Aid for Undocumented Dreamers

The education of the youth population has a direct impact on the wellbeing of the economy, health, and prosperity. This holds true around the nation; however, roughly 65,000 undocumented immigrants graduate from high school each year, and only 10,000 enroll in college. In addition, even fewer than that graduate, despite the numerous resources available to help these students.
 
To lift up this population, and all our communities in turn, TheBestSchools.org has curated a series of open-use guides dedicated to fostering undocumented, academic collegiate success. These guides contain a bounty of information for undocumented students on core topics including financial aid, student and constitutional rights, DACA legislation, and more sources of legal support and advocacy.
 

College Guide Series for Undocumented Students 


College Success Guide - https://thebestschools.org/resources/undocumented-students-guide-college/

College Protections - https://thebestschools.org/resources/colleges-protect-undocumented-students/

Knowing Your Rights - https://thebestschools.org/resources/undocumented-students-rights/

Advocacy and Support - https://thebestschools.org/resources/undocumented-students-advocacy-support/

DACA and Key Legislature - https://thebestschools.org/resources/undocumented-students-daca-laws/

Financial Aid Guide - https://thebestschools.org/resources/undocumented-students-financial-aid/

Best Colleges Ranking - https://thebestschools.org/resources/colleges-undocumented-students/

Online College Options - https://thebestschools.org/resources/undocumented-students-online-college-guide/