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DREAMer Resources

In addition to below, view communications and resources, both UNC and national, through our Campus Community & Climate site.

Resources for Undocumented Student (UNC and National)

On-Campus Resources

Cesar Chavez Cultural Center: supports educational attainment and persistence of Latino students and serves as a resource to the larger campus community regarding the Latino culture. 

Marcus Garvey Cultural Center: is a space where students canfeel supported, assists in the education and cultural advancement of the broader university community, highlighting the experiences and culture of people who identify with or within the African diaspora.

Native American Student Services: promotes academic and leadership excellence amongst Native students that prepares them to address the social, political, and economic needs of Native people.

Asian/Pacific American Student Services: is a center to facilitate Asian Pacific American participation, dialogue, community building, and empowerment, and at the same to, to serve as a source of cross-cultural educational programming for the entire campus.

Dean of Students: is a place to resolve student concerns/issues and help students navigate difficult situations.

Campus Community and Climate: focuses on university values of equity, inclusion and diversity in the broadest sense create an environment where all UNC members can fulfill their potential.

Academic Support and Advising: promotes the academic success of new and continuing undergraduate students by providing tutoring services, orientation programming, academic advising, academic coaching, and select coursework.

Bear Pantry: The purpose of the Bear Pantry is to supplement the food supply for any UNC students who may be experiencing hunger and are struggling to buy food

Off-Campus Resources

Immigrant Legal Resource Center: Legislation to Replace DACA in 115th Congress, October 2017

DACA U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services: Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)  

Free Legal Advice: Areas of legal addressed include immigration, employment, housing, family, and consumer.

Colorado Department of Higher Education:Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivalss (DACA)

Right to Read: A non-profit organization dedicated to fighting illiteracy and poverty in Greeley and Weld county area. Services provide cultural integration skills, as well as adults looking to improve their English skills.