Attorneys will meet individually with students and/or their loved ones to assess opportunities for naturalization, assist with DACA renewals and provide referrals.
In collaboration with UURISE, JFS, the Dreamer Resource Office & UPRISE we bring FREE Legal Immigration Services to you.
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Our Dreamer Counselor is an experienced Academic Success Counselor in Personalized Academic Success Services who provides support to our undocumented students and students from mixed status families to help achieve academic and personal success.
The Dreamer Counselor is here to help!
Individual and group sessions: offered in English, by a licensed mental health professional with a specialization in working with individuals impacted by immigration challenges. Please note that individual counseling is offered only to students of Cal State San Marcos.
Un grupo de apoyo para estudiantes indocumentados y los que tienen estatus mixto
UPDATE: Will resume Fall 2020, registration is required please contact Dr. Lissa Lim at firstname.lastname@example.org or (760) 750-4915.
Emergency Line available for students who need to speak to a counselor immediately but it's after hours, please call at (760) 750-4915 and press 9 to be directly connected with a phone counselor who is contracted with SHCS 24 hours/7 days a week.
This bilingual support group provides Latinx/Hispanic/ Chicanx students a space to share, learn, and explore issues related to their culture, family, academics, as well as any other issue affecting them. The group also focuses on building community, mutual support, and empowerment.
Mondays 3:00—4:30 p.m.
Trained professionals will assess student and loved ones' needs and assist them in creating a plan of what can be done in the event that they or a family member is detained or deported. These plans are individually designed to protect an individual, a family, and their assets.
Get assistance with scholarship applications and stay updated on the latest scholarships available to undocumented students. Current scholarship applications for undergraduate and graduate students located on our Scholarships page.
In collaboration with financial aid, the DREAMer Resource Office offers workshops on the California Dream Act and Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) applications.
CSUSM faculty and staff are invited to attend UndocuAlly Trainings to increase their knowledge and skills to support undocumented students at Mira Costa College.
The DREAMer Resource Office host events for incoming CSUSM students in the hope of making their college transition smoother by providing campus resources and one-on-one help with financial aid, residency, and class registration.
Learn what you need to start your business. Entrepreneurship (the act of starting your business), is an option for anyone regardless of immigration status. Learn how your interests, skills and talents can be used to start your own business.
Families and students will learn more about UPRISE services, career options, along with resources in the community and testimonials by students about their educational journeys.
Connect with peers from CSUSM (Undergraduate + Graduate students). Featuring panels of successful undocu-students and professionals, and special guest speakers.
Cal State San Marcos students are able to borrow books and textbooks needed for general education classes from our library.
#UndocuHustle Official Website: https://undocuhustle.org/
"Watch this short film to learn more about the #undocuhustle and Immigrants Rising’s entrepreneurship initiatives." –Immigrants Rising
"This webinar is designed to give an overview of banking and credit options for startups. In addition, it will provide information on ways to bootstrap your business and the presenters will share various tips and insights to ensure your venture has a competitive edge." –Immigrants Rising
"This webinar outlines how to create a successful business plan and introduces Centro, an Oakland-based nonprofit that provides low-income entrepreneurs with training and resources." –Immigrants Rising
"This webinar covers information about the ITIN, the EIN, filing taxes as an independent contractor, expenses and deductions, managing cash flow, and saving for taxes." –Immigrants Rising