Resources for Dreamers
Resources at Clark College
The Diversity Center is a safe and welcoming place to meet friends, find resources, and talk with staff from the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Gaiser Hall 214
During the 2021 spring term, Dreamer students experiencing a financial crisis may be eligible to receive emergency assistance through funding from Washington state.
Counseling and Health Center
Being a college student can bring up feelings of anxiety, especially if you are also worried about your immigration status. All Clark College students are eligible for free mental health counseling through our Counseling and Health Center. You do not have to provide proof of your immigration status to access these services.
Bias-Based Incident Reports
If you feel that you have experienced harassment or discrimination because of your immigration status at Clark College, or if you witness harassment or discrimination, you can report it online through our Bias-Based Incident Report system. Alternatively, you can report it by calling Security at 360-992-2133 or by contacting the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at 360-992-2292 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clark College offers a wide range of support services for students, from free tutoring to food assistance to career counseling. You do not need to show proof of your immigration status to access any of these services. For a comprehensive list of resources available at Clark College, visit www.clark.edu/cc/student-support.
Resources in the Community
The State Board of Community and Technical Colleges recommends the following resources for Dreamer students:
- Immigrant Legal Resource Center
- United We Dream
- Informed Immigrant
- National Immigration Law Center
- My Undocumented Life
- NW Immigrant Rights Project: DACA
- Signed Letter of Support by Washington State's Colleges and Universities (pdf)
Additionally, Clark College recommends these resources: