Dream Act workshop helps undocumented students

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page

Undocumented students who need help filing out their 2013-14 California Dream Act application can attend the Dream Act workshop Monday, Feb. 18

The Dream Act, which took effect in January, grants undocumented students access to state financial aid and scholarships at public universities and community colleges.

Students interested in attending should bring a pen or a laptop, theirs and their parents’ tax returns and W-2 Forms, but these items are not required. The deadline to file for any financial help is March 2.

CSUN’s Financial Aid & Scholarship Department will be conducting this workshop from 12-2 p.m in the USU Flintridge room.

For sign language interpreting needs please contact National Center on Deafness (NCOD) at (818) 677-2054, 72 hours in advance.

Want to be heard? Send a letter to the editor. The Daily Sundial may publish your letter if it is a well thought-out opinion, provides additional information regarding an article, or a correction/clarification. Please email these to the editor in chief, at editor@csun.edu. These must include your full name (first and last), title (student, job), phone number, email and mailing address (these last three will not be published, but are needed in case we want to contact you with additional questions). For more information, view our comment policy.