Campuses

The California Campus Catalyst Fund is proud to partner with these 32 colleges and universities across California to expand support for undocumented students and their families:

ANTELOPE VALLEY COLLEGE (Lancaster, Los Angeles County)

Antelope Valley College is working to increase their communication with current and prospective undocumented students by developing effective outreach strategies, expanding their use of educational materials, and developing a peer mentor component. They also plan to open a Dream Resource Center, and create a task force and providing on-site legal services.

BAKERSFIELD COLLEGE (Bakersfield, Kern County)

Bakersfield College is working to develop effective outreach strategies, including increasing their online presence to expand academic pathways for their current and prospective undocumented students. They also plan to increase student services throughout Kern County and deepen their ability to develop student leadership.

BUTTE COLLEGE (Oroville, Butte County)

Butte College is focused on refining their communications and outreach in order to reach more current and prospective students. They will be opening up a Dream Resource Center, on-boarding new staff, and increasing student services. They also plan to expand the campus community’s ability to support undocumented individuals by providing UndocuAlly trainings.

CHABOT COLLEGE (Hayward, Alameda County)

Chabot College is working to increase their ability to effectively communicate with current and prospective students through outreach and the expansion of educational materials. They also plan to open a Dream Resource Center, provide UndocuAlly trainings, offer referrals to reputable legal providers and train mental health providers.

COLLEGE OF THE DESERT (Palm Desert, Riverside County)

College of the Desert is working to increase their communication with current and prospective undocumented students by developing effective outreach strategies. They also plan to open a Dream Resource Center and build out wellness programming for students and families.

CSU SAN BERNARDINO (San Bernardino, San Bernardino County)

CSU San Bernardino is focused on expanding student leadership and creating a peer mentor program. They also plan to strengthen academic pathways and expand parent/family engagement and support services.

CSU SAN MARCOS (San Marcos, San Diego County)

CSU San Marco is leading a collaboration with MiraCosta College and working to expand undocumented student leadership opportunities. CSUSM plans to create a task force, provide UndocuAlly trainings, and expand on-site legal services and career counseling.

CSU STANISLAUS (Turlock, Stanislaus County)

CSU Stanislaus is working to refine and expand effective communicate with current and prospective students and their families. They will also be promoting student leadership, creating a peer mentor program, and providing on-site legal services through local partnerships.

CUESTA COLLEGE (Paso Robles/San Luis Obispo/Arroyo Grande, San Luis Obispo County)

Cuesta College is working to develop effective outreach strategies and increasing their online presence to expand academic pathways for their current and prospective undocumented students. They plan to also open a Dream Resource Center and provide students opportunities to help implement their programming.

CYPRESS COLLEGE (Cypress, Orange County)

Cypress College (as part of a collaboration with Fullerton College and North Orange Continuing Education) is working to develop effective outreach strategies, increase the disbursement of California Dream Act aid, strengthen student leadership, and expand career counseling. They also plan to provide UndocuAlly trainings, on-site legal services, and professional development for mental health professionals.

FULLERTON COLLEGE (Fullerton, Orange County)

Fullerton College is leading a District-wide effort to develop effective outreach strategies, increase the disbursement of California Dream Act aid, strengthen student leadership, and expand career counseling. They also plan to provide UndocuAlly trainings, on-site legal services, and professional development for mental health professionals.

HARTNELL COLLEGE (Salinas, Monterey County)

Hartnell College is focused on expanding educational materials and developing an online presence to increase awareness of educational and entrepreneurship opportunities for current and prospective undocumented students. They will also be providing UndocuAlly trainings to strengthen their campus community’s overall knowledge about undocumented students and expand academic pathways.

LANEY COLLEGE (Oakland, Alameda County)

Laney College is working to expand educational materials and develop an online presence to increase awareness of educational opportunities for current and prospective undocumented students. They will also be strengthening undocumented student leadership, providing UndocuAlly trainings and creating an interdepartmental task force to assess the current level of services and strengthen institutional support.

LONG BEACH CITY COLLEGE (Long Beach, Los Angeles County)

Long Beach City College is working to develop effective UndocuAlly trainings and workshops, appointing a coordinator to open a Dream Resource Center who will provide expanded student services, and increase an online presence.

LA SOUTHWEST COLLEGE (Los Angeles, Los Angeles County)

LA Southwest College is working to refine effective outreach strategies for current and prospective students, open a Dream Resource Center, create more campus wide support through the development of UndocuAlly trainings, and strengthen academic pathways.

LA TRADE TECH COLLEGE (Los Angeles, Los Angeles County)

LA Trade Technical College is working on training frontline staff regarding SB 68 and the California Dream Act, as well as creating a peer mentor program. They also plan to provide UndocuAlly trainings, strengthen academic partnerships, and expand the ability of their students to pursue entrepreneurship opportunities.

MIRACOSTA COLLEGE (Oceanside, San Diego County)

MiraCosta College is partnering with CSU San Marcos to expand leadership and research opportunities for undocumented students. MiraCosta will also be creating a task force, providing UndocuAlly trainings and expanding on-site legal services and career counseling.

MONTEREY PENINSULA COLLEGE (Monterey, Monterey County)

Monterey Peninsula College is working to increase their online presence and create educational materials for undocumented students. They also plan to expand academic pathways, provide UndocuAlly trainings, and offer on-site legal services.

NORTH ORANGE CONTINUING EDUCATION (Countywide, Orange County)

North Orange Continuing Education (as part of a collaboration with Fullerton College and Cypress College) is working to develop effective outreach strategies, increase the disbursement of California Dream Act aid, strengthen student leadership, and expand career counseling. They also plan to provide UndocuAlly trainings, on-site legal services, and professional development for mental health professionals.

OXNARD COLLEGE (Oxnard, Ventura County)

Oxnard College is working on creating educational materials, strengthening student leadership, creating a peer mentor program, and conducting a campus assessment of services. In addition, they plan to open a Dream Resource Center, conduct UndocuAlly trainings, provide on-site mental health services, and make referrals to well-vetted legal service providers.

REEDLEY COLLEGE (Reedley/Madera, Fresno County)

Reedley College is working to open a Dream Resource Center and provide UndocuAlly trainings. They also plan to increase their communication with current and prospective undocumented students by developing effective outreach strategies, strengthening student leadership, and expanding their capacity to create and promote educational materials.

RIO HONDO COLLEGE (Whittier, Los Angeles County)

Rio Hondo College is working to refine effective communication and outreach strategies for current and prospective students and their families. They also plan to build academic pathways, provide UndocuAlly trainings, and expand entrepreneurship opportunities for their students.

SAN DIEGO CITY COLLEGE (San Diego, San Diego County)

San Diego City College (in a collaboration centered at San Diego Community College District) is working to effectively communicate with current and prospective students as well as strengthen student leadership. They also plan to expand their Dream Resource Center and provide on-site legal services.

SAN DIEGO MESA COLLEGE (San Diego, San Diego County)

San Diego Mesa College (in a collaboration centered at San Diego Community College District) is working to effectively communicate with current and prospective students. They also plan to expand their Dream Resource Center, conduct UndocuAlly trainings, and offer on-site legal services.

SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR COLLEGE (San Diego, San Diego County)

San Diego MiraMar College (in a collaboration centered at San Diego Community College District) is working to effectively communicate with current and prospective students. They also plan to open a Dream Resource Center, conduct UndocuAlly trainings, and offer on-site legal services.

SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE (Stockton, San Joaquin County)

San Joaquin Delta College is working to increase their communication with current and prospective undocumented students by developing effective outreach strategies and expanding the use of their educational materials. They also plan to provide UndocuAlly trainings and increase their online presence, while also deepening their regional partnerships with key organizations.

SANTA ANA COLLEGE (Santa Ana, Orange County)

Santa Ana College is working to create education materials, increase disbursement rates for the California Dream Act, and improve higher education planning for students. They will also work with partners to offer legal services workshops and clinics for their campus and community populations.

SIERRA COLLEGE (Rocklin, Placer County)

Sierra College is working to develop outreach strategies and increase their online presence in order to effectively communicate with current and prospective undocumented students. Sierra also plans to improve academic pathways and offer UndocuAlly trainings, on-site legal services, and mental health services.

SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY (Rohnert Park, Sonoma County)

Sonoma State University is working to increase their communication with current and prospective undocumented students by developing effective outreach strategies. Sonoma State is also building out opportunities for students to strengthen their leadership, and plans to build academic pathways and strengthen relationships with off-campus communities.

SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE (Chula Vista, San Diego County)

Southwestern College is working to refine their communication with current and prospective undocumented students, improve disbursement rates for the California Dream Act, and develop a peer mentor program. Southwestern also plans to open a Dream Resource Center and provide UndocuAlly trainings.

UC MERCED (Merced, Merced County)

UC Merced is working to expand a multi-pronged outreach and communication strategy to reach current and prospective undocumented students. They also plan to promote health and wellness within the undocumented student population, strengthen academic pathways and offer legal workshops.

WEST HILLS COLLEGE (Coalinga/Lemoore, Kings County)

West Hills College is working at its two rural sites to develop educational resource materials, strengthen undocumented student leadership and develop a peer ambassador program. They also plan to provide UndocuAlly trainings.