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DREAMers and UndocuALLY

Financial Support for Undocumented Students

Hot Off the Press: 2021 Scholarship & Fellowship List

Immigrants Rising has released its annual list of scholarships and fellowships that are open to undocumented students!

To access it, click here.

AB540 COVID-19 Emergency Relief

AB540 students who will be enrolled in Winter 2021 and have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic may apply for emergency relief support from the college. Due to limited funds please fill out this short form as soon as possible so we may understand your needs, review your request and get back to you as soon as possible.

Questions? Please contact Betsy Nikolchev at the Family Engagement Institute at fei@foothill.edu.

Legislation Makes College Affordable

The decision to end DACA does not impact a student's ability to qualify for in-state tuition under the AB540 Provision.

Students will also be able to continue to apply for Financial Aid under the California Dream Act.

The Nonresident Tuition Exemption (AB540) and California Dream Act are state programs separate and not affected by DACA. Recent laws have made college more affordable for California's undocumented Dreamer students.

 

AB 540

California Nonresident Tuition Exemption (AB 540) for eligible California high school graduates allows qualifying undocumented students to have access to in-state tuition in public California colleges.

Learn how to complete the application after you apply for admission to Foothill College through Admissions & Records.

 

CA Dream Act
  • AB 130 allows AB 540 qualifying students to apply to private institutional scholarships in public colleges and universities.
  • AB 131 allows AB 540 qualifying students to apply for the Board of Governors (BOG) Fee Waiver, Cal Grants, and other forms of institutional student aid. 

Senate Bill 68 (SB-68), in effect as of 1/1/18 expands eligibility for AB 540.

 

E4FC SB68 Fact Sheet


Apply for Financial Aid

Please visit our Financial Aid Website to learn more about the California Dream Act Application and step-by-step instructions on how to apply.

For the Finacial Aid Office's Financial Aid for DREAMers brochure, click here.


Scholarships

Our undocumented students are eligible to apply for the majority of our scholarship offerings. Please visit our Financial Aid Website to learn more about the scholarship process and how to apply.

 For additional outside scholarships, Immigrants Rising, formerly Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC), has an up-to-date  Scholarship & Fellowship List with national and local scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate undocumented students.

Fellowships

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Program: Communications Internship

Purpose: The communications intern will play an integral part in increasing ILRC’s capacity to publish and promote their organizational content and programs

Deadline:  Ongoing review, beginning immediately

Stipend:  YES!

Geographic Focus: San Francisco Office

More Info HERE

 
UCLA Labor Centers Dream Resource Center

Program: Dream Summer 2021 Fellowship Application

Purpose: National fellowship that empowers immigrant youth and allies, creates a safe and healing space, and promotes an intersectional, cross racial, and intergenerational approach to social justice.

Deadline: February 19, 2021

Stipend: YES!

Geographic Focus: National

More Info Here


The Foothill College DREAMers | UndocuALLY program is administered by the Family Engagement Institute.

Please contact us 650.949.7463 or fei@foothill.edu with questions or for more information.

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