International Students and Scholars Office

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Resources for DACA and Undocumented Students

Clark University continues to expand its resources and expertise in supporting the development and education of undocumented students and students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status.

If you are an undocumented student or a DACA student and have questions about your status in the United States or about your status here at Clark University, please contact Patty Doherty, Director of the International Students and Scholars Office.

The following are links that undocumented and DACA students may find useful:

Letter from our President — September, 2017

Letter from our President — December, 2016

General Information

Admissions & Financial Aid

Legal Aid

Deportation Defense Card

Applying for DACA

Getting Ready to Apply to College

Life After College

About Removal Proceedings

Additional Clark University Resource: The Office of Multicultural and First Generation Student Support

Students who identify from racially underrepresented groups (African-American/Black-, Latinx-, Asian/Desi-, Pacific Islander-, Native/Indigenous- American, and Multiracial) can find mentoring and support for their student experiences at Clark in the Office of Multicultural and First Generation Student Support.  The office also welcomes undocumented and DACA students looking for social/academic support.  Students can participate in identity-based community groups that meet regularly.  To make an appointment, call (508) 421-3722 or email directly:

Hayley Haywood, Director

Ciara Rodriguez, Administrative Coordinator