In a partnership with the Dream Center, Campus Health and Wellbeing has opened a food cabinet on campus located in Science Building 52, Room E-11. Similar to the Food Pantry […]
Two weeks ago, various virtual and in-person events were held to raise awareness of undocumented student issues, to celebrate undocumented student voices and to continue to develop stronger relationships with […]
Cal Poly’s Dream Center will be hosting its fourth annual Undocu-week in person this year, packed full with new and interactive events. Undocu-week, which will be held Oct. 25-29, […]
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program can no longer accept new applications after a federal judge ruled on Friday that the policy was unlawful, according to a July […]
In a recent ruling, federal Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis ordered to restore Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), thereby affecting the nearly 200 undocumented students at Cal Poly. The Dec. […]
The theme — “My Existence Is…” — encouraged attendees to consider the nuances of experience as an undocumented person.
The future of the DACA program is uncertain, but immigration lawyers will come to campus twice a month until 2021 to offer free services to students, faculty and staff.
Every day growing up, Gabriela Guillen awoke to the sounds of family members getting ready to work labor-intensive jobs in the early hours of the morning. She would hear footsteps […]
UndocuAlly Working Group trains students and faculty to be more informed about what it means to be undocumented.
Cal Poly Dream Center Coordinator Katherine Zevallos said the decision was a “small, encouraging victory for Dreamers.”
Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics (building 180), Faculty Offices East, the research facility that will soon be full of laboratories for undergraduate research, the “Study 25-35” campaign, […]