To serve all undocumented students at CSUMB and the campus community with information and resources to promote a welcoming and safe campus environment for all students.
- Students who may be subject to an immigration order or inquiry on campus should contact Maria Lopez Cabrera from Undocu-Success.
- Faculty and staff should contact Natalie King from University Personnel or Maddison Burton from the University Corporation.
- CSUMB Undocu-Helpline: 831-582-5600
The Undocu-Helpline is a confidential resource, answered by an Undocu-Success resource specialist ready to answer questions regarding referrals and resources.
The Undocu-Success Program is offering free immigration legal services in partnership with the Immigrant Legal Defense via Zoom or phone.
The Otter Cross Cultural Center (OC3) cultivates a collective vision toward critical consciousness by offering educational programs and workshops, holistic leadership development and experiential learning opportunities to bridge passion into practice so that students, staff and faculty grow into leaders of change to eliminate social inequalities. By fostering meaningful dialogue and activism while also promoting empathy and social justice, the OC3 takes proactive student-centered approaches that respect students’ evolving sense of self, their perspectives and their voices.
The mission of The Office of Inclusive Excellence (OIE) is to advance excellence at CSUMB through inclusion and equity. OIE promotes diversity in all its identities and ideas as an asset that enhances student learning and employee effectiveness.
The mission of Undocu-Success Support is to empower scholars who are undocumented in their educational pursuits and foster a supportive campus community dedicated to achieving their educational and personal goals. It offers many campus resources as well as events, workshops, programs, and trainings to protect the safety and well-being of all members of our campus community without regard to their immigration status.
The Personal Growth & Counseling Center strives to promote the mental health of CSUMB students to improve the quality of their lives and aid them in achieving academic success. It is committed to the development of the whole person: academically, personally, socially, spiritually, and physically.
Financial Aid offers many resources such as the CA DREAM Act Application (CADAA) and provides information about how undocumented students can receive financial assistance.
As undocumented students and allies, club members value social justice and social equity. Members believe all individuals should have access to college education for all in a mutually supportive society where each student can realize her or his full potential. Email the Undocu-Otters and Allies Club for more information and follow @undocuotters_and_allies on Instagram.
CSUMB's Undocu-Coalition, comprised of faculty and staff, serves three purposes:
- to foster systems of support for undocumented students among the campus community
- to advocate to institutionalize resources for undocumented students
- to serve as a bridge within the CSUMB community for the concerns of undocumented students
Email Undocu-Coalition to learn more.
The CSUMB Emergency Fund for Undocumented Students supports unexpected educational expenses that might otherwise postpone or prevent undocumented students from completing their studies.
While COVID-19 covers headlines and demands our attention, there are other issues floating under the radar that are important for the upcoming 2020 election.
Look for the butterfly symbol to find a safe space and support services on campus.
Still need help?
The Office of Inclusive Excellence is dedicated to helping you reach your goals. For questions specific to Undocumented Students contact Maria Lopez-Cabrera, Undocumented Student Success Resource Specialist, at (831)-582-5414 or send an email.