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California State University, Long Beach
Student Success for Dreamers
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Mission Statement

Many undocumented students have been brought to this country as children, and in many cases, are not aware that they are in the U.S. without a valid immigration status. These students have struggled historically to enroll in colleges and universities across the country. Since 2001, in California undocumented students who meet certain eligibility requirements have been able to enroll in public colleges and universities while paying in-state tuition. In 2011, the California Dream Act was enacted into law permitting eligible undocumented students to benefit from scholarships and state financial aid.

California State University, Long Beach is committed to supporting undocumented AB 540 students (Dreamers).

Important Update Regarding DACA:

CSULB Students and Prospective Students: The recension of DACA status DOES NOT mean a loss of AB540 status or opportunities to qualify for state-based financial aid. Should you have any questions, please visit the Dream Success Center.

Prospective Students:

CSULB is a partner college for the TheDream.US scholarship. TheDream.US is the nation's largest college access and success program for DREAMers. Please visit TheDream.US for eligibility requirements and application guidelines.

Our mission is:

To empower scholars who are undocumented in their pursuit of higher education and foster a supportive campus community dedicated to their educational and personal success.


Upcoming Events

11/01/17 - DACA/Undocumented Support group from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM in USU 307

11/13/17 - DACA/Undocumented Support group from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM in USU 307

11/16/17 - CSULB Prospective Dreamer Workshop from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM in USU 304

11/27/17 - DACA/Undocumented Support group from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM in USU 307

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