Mi CASA: Center for Achievement and Student Advancement

 

Services for AB540/Undocumented Students (Dreamers)

 

Hartnell College is committed to supporting all students regardless of their residency status. We provide specialized services for Dreamer students.

 

Post Election Resources:

National Immigrant Law Center: Know your rights

Immigrants Rights Under a Trump Presidency (Spanish & English)

 

Fact Sheet & Resource Guide for Dreamer Students & Mixed Status Families (English)

Fact Sheet & Resource Guide for Dreamer Students & Mixed Status Families (Spanish)

 

Services for Dreamers:

 

·          A safe space for Dreamers (D-383)

·          Assistance with AB540 Affidavit and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

·          Educational planning and counseling

·          Scholarship and financial aid assistance, including guidance filling out the Dream Act Application

·          Peer mentoring and social activities

·          Referrals to other campus services through the Dreamer Ally network

·          Advocacy and support

 

Cafecito Fridays:

 

Join us for coffee and discussion to raise awareness amongst the Hartnell College community about AB540, DACA, & Dreamer students. Cafecito is held every Friday from 2:00-3:00 p.m.

 

Important Links for Dreamers:

 

 
Upcoming Workshops
 
Counselor:
 
Rosa Vidales, Dreamer Counselor
 
Phone: (831) 755-6723 to make an appointment
 
Norma Cuevas, Dreamer Counselor
 
email: ncuevas@hartnell.edu
Phone: (831) 755-6723 to make an appointment
 
Location:

 

The Dreamer Center is located at

Hartnell College

Main Campus

Building D, Room 383.

 

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