Our Mission 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.
CSUMB On-Campus Legal Services
In partnership with the Immigrant Legal Defense, CSUMB presents weekly on-campus legal services (starting September 25).Print & Share Flyer
CSUMB Undocu-Coalition presents the campus Undocu-Helpline
The Undocu-Helpline is a confidential resource, answered by the Undocu-Success Resource Specialist ready to answer questions regarding referrals and resources. Help spread the word to students in need of our support!Print & Share Flyer
Undocumented Students Need Your Help
The CSUMB Emergency Fund for Undocumented Students supports unexpected educational expenses that might otherwise prevent undocumented students from completing or postponing their studies. Your gift is meaningful and much appreciated.Donate Here
2018/2019 UndocuAlly Training
Congratulations to staff, faculty, and administrators who completed the Fall 2018 / Spring 2019 UndocuAlly Training. As campus leaders, their commitment to issues of diversity and inclusion are helping to promote a more inclusive and respectful campus community.
The California Dream Act allows undocumented students to apply for scholarships & financial aid.Financial Aid
Undocumented students are often faced with unique challenges. Please know that we are here to support you.Individual & Group Counseling
We welcome your application! Learn what the requirements are for admission to CSUMB.Admission Support
On March 12, 2019, Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives announced the introduction of the American Dream and Promise Act (ADPA).
The House of Representatives, on Tuesday (06/04/19), passed a bill that would offer a path to citizenship to more than 2 million undocumented immigrants, including “dreamers” who were brought to the United States as children.