Undocumented Student Resources


Statement of Support for Undocumented Students

Read the full statement here.

UndocuAlly training for staff & faculty

UndocuAlly trainings are offered periodically and are open to all staff and faculty. These trainings aim to educate the campus community so that it may, in turn, effectively support the undocumented student population. Participants receive an overview of immigration history, recent legislation, current and future realities, and resources to share with prospect and enrolled undocumented students. 

The UndocuAlly training is also available as a two-hour training for departments. Training requests may be submitted to oei@whittier.edu.

UndocuPoet peer ally training for students

With empowerment and advocacy as its focus, the UndocuPoet training unfolds over a series of workshops and serves as the foundation for a commitment to support undocumented students everywhere. All students are invited to participate.

Bias Incident Reporting

The Bias Response Team is committed to tracking incidents of bias that occur on our campus in an effort to be proactive in creating an equitable, just, and inclusive climate for all. As such, the team handles all bias incident reports and responds by providing support to students, faculty, and staff making a report and addressing the incident.

Whittier College community members who have seen, heard, or experienced bias should report the incident using the Bias Reporting Form.

Online Resources

The following resources have been compiled with the intent of providing undocumented students with information in areas outside of Whittier's capacity. Whittier College is not responsible for the accuracy of facts and information presented in any third-party page. 

My (Un)documented Life 

United We Dream

Best Colleges Guide for Undocumented Students

Six Things Undocumented Students Need to Know About College


California Immigrant Guide

Immigrants Rising Up

The Dream Act, DACA, and Other Policies Designed to Protect Dreamers

CHIRLA (Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles)

Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)


Immigration Tax Issues 2018

Immigration Resources for Teachers and Educators

Warning for Immigrants About Medical and Legalized Marijuana

Federal and California Government Resources

Information about AB540, DACA, and Financial Aid for Undocumented Students

Apply for California Dream Act Financial Aid

Obtain a California Driver License (AB 60)

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Scholarship Opportunities and Lists

Ascend Educational Fund

CORE Que Llueva Cafe Scholarship

TELACU Scholarship Programs

MALDEF Scholarships and Resource Guide

Summer STEM Internship for Undocumented Students


UCLA Dream Resource Center

Mental Health

UndocuBlack Network Mental Wellness Initiative (MWI)

Financial Aid Difference Between DREAM Act, CA Dream Act, DACA and AB 540

Post Graduation

Pre-Health Dreamers