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Dear Community,

Our semester is well under way - and it’s brought some great and not so great surprises!

The USSC has been impacted by flood damages along with the SMSU South building. Therefore, the USSC will be closed until further notice.

However, we’ll keep providing both virtual and in-person programs (they just won’t be at our center). We remain committed to providing important information and resources and to bringing our community together.

With this in mind, we hope this newsletter is helpful and that you’re able to take advantage of all the opportunities.

Building up your community is something you can control and we encourage to do so :)

Sincerely,

USSC Team

Last Week to Join this Unique Group Program

Undocu Thrive is a truly a one-of-a kind program!

This group will meet weekly for 8 weeks. The group will only accept those that can commit to attending all meetings on Wednesdays from 10:30am to 11:50am via Zoom. The goal is to have a consistent community where we can be real with each other.

To join this group, please call CAPS at 909-537-5040 and let them know you’d like to sign up for Undocu Thrive. They will walk you through next steps.

This is the last week you can call and sign up. Please call today. We have limited spots.

What are the mental health needs in our community?


It's popular to talk about mental health, but rarely does anyone talk about the unique challenges undocu college students face.

Join us tomorrow for this discussion! You’ll also get to meet the facilitators of the Undocu Thrive program!

Click here to join the talk!

You don’t need DACA to work in Health Care

Are you going into nursing, physical therapy, medical school, or other health care professions?

Our friends at Pre-Health Dreamers (PHD) are having a workshop where they will discuss the independent contracting options in hospitals, especially for those who don’t have work authorization.

This is important information and much of it will apply to anyone interested in finding work without DACA
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Register Here.

Share Your Voice and CSUSB Experience

Going through CSUSB as an undocumented brings it’s own unique challenges and not many are aware of them.

Dr. Palomar Villegas and Keyla Torres are leading a research study at CSUSB that highlights how undocumented students experience our campus.

Please consider joining this project and help improve the campus experience for everyone. Your personal information will by kept anonymous and secure.


To join the project email: paloma.villegas@csusb.edu.

Free Immigration Legal Services? Yes, please!

As a CSUSB student you have access to free immigration legal services.

These services are also available for your parents, siblings, spouses (have to be married), and children.

Our legal team is professional, committed, and genuinely wants to help you.


Make an Appointment!

Need to meet with USSC staff?

Want to get more involved on campus? Would you like to explore your options after graduation? Have some questions on AB 540 or on completing the California Dream Act?

Please scan the QR code above and make an appointment with USSC Director Jairo Leon. All meetings will be via Zoom.

Contact us at Dreamers@csusb.edu or at 909.537.5937

Stay connected with the USSC on Instagram and Facebook @undocuyoties







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