Quick Guide to College Access
Check out our list of resources regarding CA in-state tuition eligibility, financial aid, and scholarships

Themes/topics:

Higher Education

Geography:

California, National

Audience:

Ally, Educator, Undocumented Youth

Resource Type:

Flyer

Top 10 Ways to Support Undocumented Students
Concrete suggestions and specific resources educators can use to strengthen the support they provide for undocumented students

Themes/topics:

Higher Education

Geography:

California, National

Audience:

Ally, Educator, Undocumented Youth

Resource Type:

Flyer

Videos Highlighting Undocumented Experience
Check out these videos, blogs, and other resources that reclaim the narrative and portray the challenges, resilience, and joy of undocumented young people in America today.

Themes/topics:

Art & Empowerment

Geography:

California, National

Audience:

Ally, Educator, Undocumented Youth

Resource Type:

Flyer

CA UndocuCollege Guide & Equity Tool (Executive Summary)

The UndocuCollege Guide & Equity Tool built on the knowledge from an educational summit, that had representation from the University of California, California State University, California Community Colleges, and private four-year colleges in California. This research and subsequent guide grew out of the need to bring a statewide focus and collectively address systemic problems in educational access for undocumented young people, specifically highlighting institutional barriers.…

Themes/topics:

Higher Education

Geography:

California, National

Audience:

Educator

Resource Type:

Flyer

California Dream Act Map
Don’t get lost in the financial aid maze. Understand the four phases required to successfully complete the California Dream Act application and receive the maximum amount of aid for which you are eligible.

Themes/topics:

Higher Education

Geography:

California

Audience:

Educator, Undocumented Youth

Resource Type:

Flyer

FAFSA vs CA Dream Act: Apply to the Correct Financial Aid in CA
This chart explains the differences between the CA Dream application and FAFSA, who qualifies and how to receive the financial aid.

Themes/topics:

Higher Education

Geography:

California

Audience:

Educator, Undocumented Youth

Resource Type:

Flyer

Types of CA State Financial Aid
Use this chart to identify what kinds of grants, scholarships, and institutional aid (free money) is available at CCCs, CSUs, UC’s and Private colleges and universities in California.

Themes/topics:

Higher Education

Geography:

California

Audience:

Ally, Educator, Undocumented Youth

Resource Type:

Flyer

Comparison of Benefits and Rights Based on Immigrant Status in California
Learn about public benefits and rights related to education, financial aid, and transportation based on immigration status.

Themes/topics:

Higher Education, Law & Policy

Geography:

California

Audience:

Educator, Undocumented Youth

Resource Type:

Flyer

Selective Service and CA Dream Act

Men who are between the age of 18 and 25 years old, even undocumented individuals, must register for the selective service so your CA Dream Act aid is not put on hold. Register early and show proof of registration to your school to ensure you receive state financial aid.…

Themes/topics:

Higher Education

Geography:

California

Audience:

Educator, Undocumented Youth

Resource Type:

Flyer