Campus & Student Life | Center for Identity + Inclusion | The University of Chicago
While the University closely monitors developments regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program as they impact our undocumented campus community members, we would like to remind you of available campus resources.

As stated in recent communications to all members of the University community, the University of Chicago is committed to supporting students, staff, and scholars who have come from other nations, including those with undocumented immigration status (with or without DACA). To respond to the needs of our campus community, the University has taken a number of steps to ensure our undocumented community members can continue to participate fully in University life and have access to resources they need to succeed. These include:
We are grateful for the many partners across the University who assisted in mobilizing these resources.

We encourage members of the campus community, particularly those who might be directly impacted, to contact key support offices – Student Support Services (SSS), Center for College Student Success (CCSS), Office of International Affairs, Student Counseling Service, and Dean on Call – if you need assistance. Additionally, we advise students with DACA who are abroad or who plan to travel abroad on Advance Parole to contact OIA.

As we look forward to the Autumn 2017 quarter, the resources listed above will remain in place, and will be modified if needed in response to any new developments. Students are invited to share any questions or suggestions with the key support offices listed above.
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