Fact sheet and Resource Guide to help schools, colleges, teachers, and other personnel support the college and career success of undocumented and DACA youth in secondary and postsecondary settings.
Online searchable database of research publications with focus on college access for underserved/disadvantaged students. Topics include Articulation and Transfer, College Readiness, College Access Programs, Underserved Students and Special Populations
Curricula training manual for counselors and others who work with underrepresented and underserved students (grades 7-12). Sections include resources for middle school, early high school, and late high school.
Information about DACA and other resources to help support undocmented students.
Publications for counselors covering topics including college admissions counseling
A “comprehensive systemic approach helps school counselors inspire and prepare students for college success and opportunity — especially students from underrepresented populations. The Eight Components build aspirations and social capital, offer enriching activities, foster rigorous academic preparation, encourage early college planning, and guide students and families through the college admission and financial aid processes.”
Resources for low income,first generation, and minority students including mailings, messaging, and campaigns to help them apply for the right colleges.
2009 report draws on extensive interviews with undocumented young adults and research on immigration and educational and economic trends.
2010 Framework – A “comprehensive systemic approach to help school counselors inspire and prepare students for college success and opportunity — especially students from underrepresented populations.”
Overview of information and resources for undocumented students focused on admission, tuition and financial aid.