Supporting Undocumented Students 

During the week of October 15-19, 2018, California Community Colleges will engage in a week of advocacy and activities to support and build awareness about undocumented students throughout the state. Undocumented Student Week of Action is a student-led campaign to advocate for a permanent solution to codify the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that includes a pathway to citizenship, and to also provide support and resources to ALL undocumented students. Throughout the week, students are encouraged to meet with their Congressional representatives, sign postcards supporting DACA, and register their fellow students to vote.  Colleges and students are encouraged to organize and participate in activities that support our undocumented student population.   

For a suggested list of activities for students, faculty, staff and college leaders to do on campus to engage their peers to advocate for and support undocumented students click on the link below.

Suggested Schedule of Activities


A series of materials have been created to support students, colleges, and organizations participating in the 2018 Undocumented Student Week of Action. To download an overview of suggested activities and resources, click on the link below. For questions, email League Staff at

Overview of Activities and Resources




Ready to Support this Effort? Over 40 community colleges and organizations have already signed on to participate in the 2018 Week of Action. Confirm your participation in Undocumented Student Action Week by submitting a coalition partner form.

Complete the Partner Form Here


A second webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 25, 2:00-3:00 p.m. and will be recorded and uploaded here. Please check back for updates.

Informational Webinar Round 2
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 | 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Telephone: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 669 900 6833
Meeting ID: 207 706 572

>> Sept 19 Webinar Powerpoint 

Other Resources

  • Immigration Legal Services: The California Department of Social Services, Immigration Branch funds qualified nonprofit organizations to provide services to immigrants who reside in the state of California. 
  • Resources for Community Members and Services ProvidersTo ensure that immigrant communities and service providers are armed with up-to-date and relevant information on immigration-related issues, Ready California offers resources from trusted partners.
  • DACA UpdatesThe State of California’s Immigrant Guide provides resources pertaining to the impact of the DACA announcement on several state programs. 

Resolutions & Statements

In 2017, the League collected resolutions and statements in support of California's undocumented students. The following is a list of resolutions and statements inclusion and in support of undocumented students.