Private Colleges and Universities:
Access for Undocumented Students
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Are undocumented students considered or treated as domestic students for purposes of admission and financial aid?
Additional information:Undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students apply the same way that U.S. citizens and permanent residents do.
Are undocumented students eligible for merit-based aid/scholarships?
Are undocumented students eligible for need-based financial aid?
Additional information:Undocumented and DACA students receive Dartmouth’s need-based financial aid in the same way that U.S. citizens or permanent residents do.
What financial aid applications should an undocumented student submit (i.e. CSS, FAFSA, forms unique to the school)?
Institutional Documentation Service (IDOC) - collects families' federal tax returns and other documents on behalf of participating institutions of higher learning.
Does the college or university have an assigned staff member for undocumented students (i.e. such as an undocumented student liaison) or an undocumented student resource center?
Is there a student organization or club comprised of or advocating for undocumented students?
Does your school provide free/low cost access to legal services for undocumented students for immigration-related issues (e.g. DACA renewals or applications, legal screenings)?
Does the college or university have a undocumented student resource center?
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