The DREAM Center is a dedicated safe space for undocumented students, DREAMers, and allies. The DREAM Center can assist with issues including AB540 admissions, DACA and the California Dream Act. The Center also provides information and resources on scholarships, clubs, immigration services, food pantry and community resources.
Join the Dream Center for Café Con Pan, on Monday, August 10th, at 10am to 11am, via Zoom.
- Use link to access Café Con Pan - www.TinyURL.com/CafeConPan1
Access the latest Dream Center Newsletter
Share your COVID-19 experience and receive resources by participating in the Dream Center Survey
How Can We Help?
Legal Services Referrals
Assistance with AB 540, DREAM Act,
Advocacy and Peer Support
Free Computer and Printer Access
Staff, Faculty and Departmental Training
Undocumented Students enrolled in the summer session may be eligible to receive a $150 monthly gift card. More information by contacting the Dream Center Program Services Coordinator, Saúl Miranda - email@example.com.
Additionally, the Dream Center offers a Free Legal Clinic where students and the community can receive free legal consultation about immigration, domestic violence, tenant rights and other general legal issues.