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USC Resources for Undocumented Students

In social work and nursing, the linchpin of our values is social justice for all. Our vigilance and concern for equity has been central to this school since its earliest inception and stands as a hallmark today. As a consequence, we are deeply concerned about the way in which current executive orders have been implemented and their impact on individuals, families and communities. As a school, we pledge to continue our tradition of action and concern for those who are oppressed, neglected and vulnerable to exploitation, wherever they may be.

USC’s Undocumented Student Guide

El Centro Chicano: Student Union, Suite 402

USC Gould School of Law Immigrant Legal Advice Project

Letter from the USC Provost

USC Counseling Center: Engemann Student Health Center, 1031 West 34th Street.
Schedule an initial phone appointment with a counselor online, or call 213.740.7711.

Perspectives: Organization that provides confidential assistance to students and their families. Services include assessment, supportive short-term telephone counseling, referral to specialists and assistance in locating other resources in your location. Call 800.456.6327. (For OCAC, SDAC, VAC students and families)

Additional Resources for Dreamers

The USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work Latino Alumni Advisory Board (LAAB) has been actively developing resources for Dreamers. We invite you to self identify so that we can support your efforts. All information will be confidential. We may be reached at laabusc@gmail.com Subject: Dreamers.

GSG Fund to Support Undocumented and International Students

This fund is intended to provide financial assistance for undocumented students and for international students impacted by presidential executive orders barring citizens from certain countries from entering the United States. The GSG fund will provide emergency support for students facing revocation of their student visas as a result of the current administration’s actions and also enable students who have benefited from the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to pay the required fees to renew their DACA status.

 Students may apply for reimbursement or support for funding for the following expenses:

  1. DACA renewal fees
  2. Visa renewal fees
  3. Travel or stay expenses as a result of delayed/impacted travel due to the travel ban. Eligible expenses include airfare, rental car and housing accommodations, such as hotel.

Students must include receipts for all reimbursable expenses.

Students are eligible for a maximum of $700 in funding.

Apply to the GSG Fund to Support Undocumented and International Students.