Office of Institutional Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Undocumented & DACA Resources
COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Communities
Equal Opportunity/Statement of Nondiscrimination
- Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA): Frequently Asked Questions
- 2017 Rescission Announcement: What It Means (one-page quick reference)
- U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services 2017 DACA Announcement
- LBCC's Commitment to Protecting an Education for ALL
- FAQs: Recision of DACA
- Fact Sheet: Recision of DACA
- U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security 9/5/17 Press Release: Recision of DACA
- Statement from Acting Secretary Duke on the Recision of DACA
- Acting Secretary Duke Memorandum
- Dept. of Justice letter
- Protect Your Family Resource / Recurso: Proteja Su Familia
- Immigration Law Help
- Surviving & Resisting: Defending DACA
A Tool Kit for DREAMers
- ICE Raid Tool Kit (English Only)
Undocumented and DACA students in Oregon are eligible for the following state financial aid programs, as long as they meet all other program requirements. As part of the application process for these programs, you must complete the Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA). The ORSAA is an alternative to the FAFSA for undocumented Oregon students, including students who have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status or Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Opens in October.
- OSAC Resources Available for Undocumented Students, Including DACA - VIDEO
- Recursos de OSAC Disponibles para Estudiantes Indocumentados, Incluyendo DACA - VIDEO
- The Oregon Opportunity Grant is Oregon's largest state-funded, need-based grant program for students planning to go to college. You can apply by submitting the ORSAA. Opens after October 1.
- The Oregon Promise is a state grant which helps cover most tuition costs at any Oregon community college for recent high school graduates and GED® recipients. You can apply by submitting the ORSAA and submitting an Oregon Promise application in the OSAC student portal.
- VIDEO - Introduction & How to Apply
- OSAC provides more than 500 scholarships for students. You don't need to be a merit scholar or a student with financial need to apply, all types of scholarships are available. Early bird deadline is February 15 by 5 pm. Final deadline is March 1 by 5 pm.
- Step-by-step application instruction video
Individual Development Account (IDA)
An IDA is a savings account you can invest in your education. You can earn a 3:1 to 5:1 for your savings (it multiplies and it's not a loan.) The following websites can assist you in finding an IDA program near you.
The Ford Family Foundation Scholarship
Undocumented residents who meet certain qualifications are now eligible to apply for scholarships from The Ford Family Foundation. You can apply by submitting the OSAC scholarship application. Deadline March 1.
My Undocumented Life
My Undocumented Life has updated information and resources for undocumented immigrants including scholarships.
Oregon Latino Scholarship Fund
The Oregon Latino Scholarship Fund is for Hispanic ancestry, permanently residing in Oregon or Clark County, Washington. Must apply through the Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber.
Scholarships A-Z provides resources and scholarships making higher education accessible to all regardless of immigration status. Their website lists scholarships by the month and due date.
The Dream.US Scholarships
The Dream.US is a national scholarship covering students’ tuition and fees for associate's and bachelor's degrees at one of their partner institutions such as WOU and EOU. Deadline March 1 by 11:59 pm.>
Although undocumented students cannot apply to receive federal financial aid, there are financial resources available (see above). For more information, contact LBCC's Office of Institutional Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, at (541) 917-4297.
Para más información, comuníquese con la Institucionalidad de la Equidad y la Participación Estudiantil, al (541) 917-4297.