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Dear USP Students,

On March 14, Chancellor Wilcox sent a communication regarding the university deemed “closed” by the Health Officer of the County of Riverside, effective March 16,  through April 30, 2020. “Closed” in this context means all offices, units or departments will not have staff on campus unless they are essential personnel, and many staff may be working remotely. For updates on the campus closure visit: https://ehs.ucr.edu/coronavirus.

However, we want to let you know that USP is here for you, and to help meet your needs. But in accordance with the new orders, our physical office, along with the rest of the campus is closed. However, USP services remain open and accessible via online/virtual work. Please see below on how to access our services.

How Can I Contact USP For Help?

If you need assistance you are strongly encouraged to make a virtual appointment (ZOOM/Phone). Please schedule your appointment via ana-usp-ucr.youcanbook.me. For any questions, please contact Ana.Coria@ucr.edu.

Sincerely,

Ana Coria
Coordinator, Undocumented Student Programs
UC Riverside

Here for You, Always

Student Affairs is here to support you throughout the campus closure.

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DACA Assistance

UC Immigrant Legal Services provides free DACA renewal assistance to UC students and their immediate family members. You should assess whether it makes sense for you to apply as soon as possible. There is no application deadline, but the U.S. government publicized that it will appeal the DACA court decision. The renewal program may be available indefinitely or it could be terminated, depending on how the case proceeds in the courts.

To schedule an appointment with UC Immigrant Legal Service Center, contact ana.coria@ucr.edu via your UCR email. Learn more about immigration legal services.

 

Additional Resources


DACA does not impact an undergraduate student’s eligibility for state/institutional financial aid.

Undocumented students who meet the AB 540 requirements are eligible for state and institutional aid through the CA DREAM Act. CA DREAM Act allows undocumented students who are eligible for AB540 to receive aid such as Cal Grants, the DREAM Loan, and UCR grants and scholarships.

To summarize, eligibility to state and institutional financial aid is not based off a student’s DACA status.

 

Statements from UC and UCR Leadership

Undocumented Student Programs

Undocumented Student Programs (USP) welcomes all DREAMers, those students who are from mixed-status families and who are undocu allies! No matter your immigration status or cultural background, you have equal opportunity at UCR. You will have access to student success resources and will receive a quality education in a safe and friendly environment.

We are here to support you in every way!

Check out our services and resources:

 

Attention: Educators

  • Invite us to present — in English or in Spanish — at your school! Topics include the UC application process, financial aid, state and federal policies, and more.
  • Discover more ways to support your undocumented students.

 

UC Resources for Undocumented Students 

Visit the University of California Office of the President (UCOP) website to learn about systemwide resources for undocumented students.