As of September 2021, all Ethnic & Gender (E&G) offices are open to support your student success and needs. Please check individual websites for specific, operational hours and contact info. Masks are required indoors at all times and proof of completion of Daily Wellness Survey is required to enter all E&G offices. In order to keep us all safe, we also ask that you please continue to wash your hands, maintain physical distance, and all other health measures to reduce risk. We look forward to connecting soon.
Resources for Educators
How to Support Undocumented Students:
How to Support College-Bound Undocumented Students
Fact Sheet: An Overview of College-Bound Undocumented Students
Opening the Door to the American Dream
Top 10 Ways to Support Undocumented Students
The Case for Undocumented Students in Higher Education
Source: Immigrants Rising
Become an Undocu Ally
UCR staff and faculty interested in creating a safe and welcoming space for undocumented students are encouraged to participate in our Undocu Ally Training.
Note to non-UCR organization/individuals
Due to limited capacity, we can no longer offer these workshops and trainings to off campus community. We can still provide outreach presentations (AB540, CA DREAM, UC Undocu resources) to groups of students within the Inland Empire (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). If you are interested in an ally training please consider reaching out Dr. Elena Macias from New Partnership Foundation (email@example.com).
Our outreach presentation covers financial aid, the UC application, state and federal policies, etc.
Please contact Undocumented Student Programs with your school information and address, type of audience, topics to be covered and preferred dates/time for your presentation.