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Explore Our New Website

We've changed our URL. Check out our new content!

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Sign Up For Our May Trainings!

Interested in becoming a Cal Poly UndocuAlly? Take our special training session during May, Inclusive Excellence Month!

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Supplemental Training: 2018 California Immigration Laws

Sign up to take our supplemental training occurring on Thursday, May 24th from 11 AM to 1 PM, where we will be going over some of the pro-immigrant laws implemented in 2018. Click "Continue Reading" to be directed to the training registration!

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UndocuAlly Donuts & Dialogues Workshop

In Spring 2018, we will be hosting workshops to support our UndocuAllies in creating a better campus climate. Get involved and register today!

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Teach On! Series: Undocumented Survivors

As part of OUDI's Teach On Series, we will having a session on being a resource to undocumented survivors of gender-based violence. Register today to receive a reminder and the materials shared.

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February 2018 DACA Update

Click "Continue Reading" to be directed to the Dream Center's update on the Chancellor's statement on February 26, 2018.

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The Cal Poly University Police Department's Immigration Status Policy

Click "Continue Reading" to explore the Cal Poly University Police Department's "Policy 428: Immigration Status Policy" (updated July 2017).

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Family Safety Guide for Immigrants

Family Safety Guide for Immigrants

Available in English & Spanish

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RISE Giving


Donations can be made to the ASI-recognized undocumented student club called RISE: Rising Immigrant Scholars through Education

Give to student club RISE

Cal Poly Student Support and Resources

Looking for undocumented student resources at Cal Poly? Find them by visiting the Dream Center website.

Dream Center Website

Central Coast Undocumented Student Support

The Central Coast Coalition for Undocumented Student Success (CCC-USS) is a resource for PK-14 undocumented students and educators in the Central Coast.