Below are resources regarding the changes to DACA including information on DACA issuance, renewal, employment, health care, family planning and much more.
- 5 Things You Should Know About DACA
- Frequently Asked Questions on DACA Termination
- Family Prepareness Plan
- Know Your Rights
Chicago- Kent Alumni have volunteered to advise or represent Illinois Tech students, staff, and faculty seeking legal assistance with immigration or other issues arising from their status. All volunteers are practicing immigration law attorneys and will be offering their services free of charge. For more information visit our Resources page.
The United Minds Inspiring Innovation (UMII) scholarship application for the Spring 2020 is closed.
The UMII scholarship supports undocumented Illinois Tech undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need but do not qualify for federal aid (FAFSA). This scholarship is possible by the creation of a referendum by the Undocumented Student and Allies (USA) Illinois Tech student organization which was passed by the Student Government Organization on April 7, 2016. Funds are available through a $4.50 per semester opt-in fee and other private donations. Private donations are accepted all year round. Click here to make a donation. To learn more about UMII visit the Financial Aid section.
Every semester the Undocumented Students & Allies (USA) student group hosts a series of events for members and allies to attend. Check back often and follow them on Facebook to stay informed.
USA is a student organization within the Illinois Tech student body founded in 2011. USA's mission is to provide awareness about undocumented students at Illinois Tech, create a safe environment where students can express themselves openly and support students in pursuing a higher education regardless of their status