Updated Feb. 21, 2017

Today, John Kelly, Secretary of Homeland Security, issued two memos implementing executive orders previously issued by President Trump related to immigration enforcement.

For more information, please see the memos:

See the QandA documents released by the Department of Homeland Security as well:

Significantly, the QandAs make clear that: 1) the memos do not affect recipients of DACA; and 2) colleges continue to qualify as “sensitive locations,” which limits the immigration enforcement activities that can occur on campuses. We will continue to work with immigration law experts to evaluate the practical effects of these new memos.

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Tips for Dealing with ICE Officials

The United We Dream website contains a helpful card entitled "What to do if ICE Comes to Your Door". The card can be downloaded to your phone for quick reference."

5 Important Things You Need To Know About DACA During a Trump Presidency

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Photo source: United We Dream -- unitedwedream.org

5 Important Things...

1. DACA still stands. 2. First time applying for DACA? Hold off. 3. Applying for a DACA renewal? Move forward. 4. Got advance parole? Go travel, BUT come back. 5. You are not alone. We’ve got your back.

Read the full Article

Legal & Educational Resources


Campus Resources

  • AdmissionInformation for Undocumented Students (including DACA-Designated Students) — Admission information for first-year applicants
  • Study AbroadDACA Students Study Abroad or Domestic Study — important information for DACA students who are interested in studying abroad.
  • Financial AidFinancial Aid information for First-Year/Transfer Students

Police Policies

Communications from President Martin

We encourage you to drop-in, call or email with any concerns or questions.

Mimi Odgers

Mimi Odgers

Asst to the Chief Student Affairs Officer & Dean of Students

202 Converse Hall