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  • 3rd October
    2011
  • 03

No Need for Borders - Best Picks for Undocumented Students

As a voting citizen of California, The Dream Act (AB 131) is a hot button issue causing much stir. We are currently in college application season. As millions of high school seniors determine their college choices, thousands of undocumented students also ponder what schools will provide them the best support possible. Technically, AB 131 was supposed to be finalized last Friday (September 30, 2011). So far (at least to my knowledge), no official word if Gov. Jerry Brown has signed or vetoed. Until then, here’s a list of colleges that give undocumented students an opportunity at higher education.

California

Occidental College

Mount St. Mary’s

Pitzer College

University of California: Santa Cruz

University of California: Davis

University of California: Los Angeles

University of California: Merced

Univesity of California: Berkeley

California State University: Long Beach

San Francisco State University 

Claremont McKenna College

Loyola Marymount University

Mills College

National Hispanic University

Santa Clara University (check out the Hurtado scholarship!)

Fresno Pacific University

Pomona College

Whittier College (check out the Green Leaf scholarship!)

New York   

 

Manhattanville College

State University of New York 

City University of New York

Pennslyvania

Moravian College

Bryn Mawr College


Michigan

 

University of Michigan: Dearborn

University of Detroit: Mercy

Marygrove College

Wayne State University

Other States

Meredith College

Harvard University

University of Puget Sound

Dartmouth College

Northwestern College

George Mason University

Southern Catholic College

 

List is courtesy of Jose A Gutierrez (College Summit Los Angeles).

Stay tuned for another College Spotlight to be posted later tonight. Can you guess what it is? Private, Bay Area, and lots and lots of stairs…but it’s a nice view!

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