Your dream is our future!
Sacramento City College aims to create a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment for undocumented immigrant students from point of recruitment, to enrollment and completion of their goals.
The Undocu-Resource Center at Sacramento City College advocates for undocumented students, their families, and community members affected by the undocumented experience. Although our campus is currently remotely online, we want to ensure that we are still assisting students and connecting them with resources.
Our Services & Resources
- Application Assistance
- Financial Aid & Scholarship Assistance
- Counseling Appointments
- Student Webinars
- Connection to support programs
- Up-to-date information on immigration policies and laws
- Information regarding CA Dream Act Applications, AB540, AB2000, SB68, and AB60
- Much more!
Free Legal Consultations
In partnership with Opening Doors Inc. and CHIRLA, LRCCD Dream Resource Centers offer free immigration legal consultations to LRCCD undocumented students, faculty and staff, students of mixed-status families, and their family members.
Free Immigration Legal Services
The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), in collaboration with Los Rios Community College District, offers free virtual/telephonic immigration consultations to LRCCD students, faculty, and staff. CHIRLA immigration services include:
- Immigration consultations
- DACA Renewals
- Family-based immigration
- Know Your Rights
Open to all Los Rios students, faculty and staff.
Make an Appointment
- Visit CHIRLA Student Legal Services
- Click the Community Colleges button to view Consultations Dates
- Select a Date and Time
Free Immigration Legal Consultations
Sacramento City College, in partnership with Opening Doors, Inc., provides free monthly consultations for immigration-related matters (E.G. DACA, U Visas, Citizenship Applications, etc).
Consultations are via Zoom, or over the phone.
Make an Appointment
Please contact one of the following:
- Undocu-Resource Center
- Angelica Garcia-Galvan
- Ramona Scholz
- Belinda Lum
- Sandra Guzman
Counselor/RASA Center Coordinator
Common Terminology Related to Undocumented Students
Definitions of common terms used in the Undocu-Resource Center.
Undocumented Student Admissions
Learn about resources for undocumented students often referred to as Dreamers.
AB540 & CA Dream Act
The California Dream Act allows students who meet the requirements of Assembly Bill 540 to apply for financial aid from the state. AB 540 allows certain students to pay reduced tuition fees.
Student ID Help
To retrieve your Student ID Number with our help.
Phone: (916) 558-2640
Rodda Hall North, RHN-178
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822