Information for Undocumented Students
Undocumented students are school-age immigrants who live in the United States after entering the country without inspection or after overstaying their visas. They face unique challenges in accessing and paying for higher education. Across the country, these students and their allies are working to increase their opportunities to attend college.
|SUPPORT FOR DACA STUDENTS: updated 9/8/17|
|General Information||Statements of Support|
In Oregon, eligible undocumented students have access to several ways to help pay for college:
Students pay in-state tuition at public universities.
Complete the Affidavit and Request for Exemption from Nonresident Tuition and Fees.
DACA students with a social security number should ask the colleges they apply to if they need to complete a paper version of the FAFSA to be eligible for institutional aid.
Overview of opportunities to pay for college for undocumented Oregon students.
Printable guide to applying and paying for college for undocumented students. Available in Spanish.
Information and resources for undocumented immigrants.
Organization dedicated to defending and advocating for the rights of low-income immigrants.
Formerly E4FC, provides information and resources for educators and students that empower undocumented young people to achieve educational and career goals.
Undocumented youth have a constitutional right to receive a free public K–12 education. Educators can support and affirm immigrant students with these resources.
Resource guide for educators on helping undocumented students succeed in secondary and postsecondary education.
A website and mobile app that lists opportunities open to undocumented students.
Formerly E4FC, a database of undergraduate scholarships updated each year.
Scholarships for students regardless of immigration status.
For Oregon students at EOU or WOU.