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W 5/27/20, 4:10-5pm Know Your Rights Training for Students, Staff, and Allies

W 5/27/20 Know Your Rights Training for Students, Staff, and Allies

May 22, 2020

Learn about immigrant rights, advocacy, and resources

Wednesday May 27, 2020
4:10 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

RSVP by 5/26/20 at 8pm (extended deadline)

This training is intended for the immigrant community, students, staff, and allies to learn foundational knowledge to protect and defend the rights of the immigrant community and to demonstrate solidarity with the immigrant community by ensuring they are empowered with the knowledge to be their own first line of defense!

UndocuAlly Working Group Steering Committee


W 5/13/20: Reminder of Cal Poly’s Non-Cooperation Agreement with ICE

May 22, 2020

An important message from ASI President Mark Borges and Cal Poly Chief of Police George Hughes with hopes to remind everyone that Cal Poly and the CSU system are committed to ensuring academic opportunities are available to all the state's students, regardless of citizenship status. This message re-affirms that campus police officers will not contact, detain, question, or arrest an individual solely on the basis of suspected undocumented immigration status or to discover the immigration status of an individual, except as required by law.


Read the full policy here (Policy 428: Immigration Status Policy; updated July 2017).



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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.