We are pleased to announce that on Tuesday, March 9, 2021, the US Department of Homeland Security announced that the government is no longer defending the 2019 Public Charge. The U.S. Supreme Court and the Seventh Circuit has dismissed any pending cases regarding the 2019 Public Charge. Health care programs, including Medicaid and COVID care, housing, food programs, and many other vital services are one again safe to use. Meanwhile, many eligible immigrants will be able to pursue legal status without fear.
Visit the Financial Aid Office Website at SRJC to learn about the financial aid opportunities offered for Undocumented Students in CA and at SRJC.
Remember to submit your CA Dream Act Application every year between October 1st and March 2nd. This is specially important for transferring undocumented students.
If you do not fulfill the eligibility for AB540, email or call the SRJC Dream Center to learn if there are other options for you.
It is important to remember that there are many scholarships open to undocumented/AB540/DACAmented students; make sure to check out the following resources to find one you qualify for. The best way to get a scholarship, is applying for it!
The SRJC Scholarships Bulletin Board has new scholarships year round. Visit the website every month to learn which ones you qualify for!
Look out for the Sueños Scholarship and the Vázquez, Luis Memorial Scholarship over the summer. Preference will be given for these scholarships to Latinx immigrants or children of Latinx immigrants who are AB540 eligible.
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