Dream Center

There are many educational and career opportunities for Undocumented students in California. Here are a few options for you:


Academic Pathway


If you are an undocumented student at SRJC and have completed the required courses to transfer, received an AA, graduated from high school or received the equivalent of a high school diploma (GED, HiSet, etc.) you may qualify for instate tuition and financial aid at a UC or CSU. You may also qualify for this benefit at different private universities across the country, but you will have to contact the Admissions and Records Office at each institution to learn about their tuition policy for undocumented students.



Graduate School



Independent Contracting


Creating a Business

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The Dream Center is a “one-stop shop” in a safe, caring place for undocumented students new and continuing at Santa Rosa Junior College. Students will receive personalized support as they begin their college journeys.

Dream Center staff are here to create a welcoming experience while students navigate matters related to AB540 admissions, the California Dream Act Application, EOPS (Extended Opportunities Programs & Services), the BOG (Board of Governors) Fee Waiver, DACA, and referrals to Assessment & Counseling, and the essentials of full matriculation at SRJC.

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“The Dream Center is made up of a network of SRJC staff who value and understand the experiences of Dreamers and are committed to helping them find support and resources as they reach their goals at SRJC.”