As a leader in higher education, the California State University is deeply committed to ensuring academic opportunities are available to all the state's students, regardless of citizenship status.If you are an undocumented student, there are many resources available to you -- from grants, loans and scholarships to legal and campus support services.
On November 14, 2020, a
federal district court held that Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Chad F. Wolf was not lawfully serving as Acting Secretary when he issued the July 28, 2020 memorandum, which limited the provisions of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. As a result, the court ruled that the memorandum was invalid.
CSU students and employees: Find out where to get free legal assistance and services on your campus.
Community members: Visit
this page to find immigration resources in your area.
Every CSU campus offers support and resources for undocumented students.
Learn what's required for students seeking an AB 540 / AB 2000 / SB 68 exemption.
The California Dream Act allows undocumented students to apply for scholarships and financial aid.
The CSU is committed to ensuring academic opportunities are available to all of the state’s students, regardless of citizenship status.
Find communications from CSU leadership, frequently asked questions, webinars and other resources on how to best serve undocumented students.
These important pieces of legislation have given undocumented students unprecedented access to a CSU
Explore helpful resources and information available to undocumented students.