Undocumented, Unapologetic, & Unafraid

After a decade, the IBHE/ICCB Strategic Plan will request institutional partners to be in compliance with the Illinois Dream Act.  Institutional partners will identify their undocumented student liaison, share their resources, establish an immigration taskforce with key campus stakeholders, along with implementing best practices from ILDF.
Undocumented students and allies within higher education (CCC/UIC/UIUC) developed a digital platform for undocumented student access to community colleges and universities within Illinois. Those who are incoming freshman, transfer and/or graduate students will soon have a place to connect with a community of peers. Stay tuned for more information on that resource in the upcoming weeks.

Panel of DACA/Non-DACA professionals on February 4th at 3:30 PM.
The venue is open to undocumented students and allies.
Please feel free to share and RSVP. Learn More.

Wright’s Adult Education Program Is a Resource for DACA Education Eligibility Requirements

The education requirement for DACA specifies that participants must be currently in school, have graduated or obtained a certificate of completion from high school, have obtained a General Educational Development (GED) certificate, for proof of current enrollment in school or high school diploma.

Wright College’s Adult Education program offers free High School Equivalency classes that welcomes eligible immigrants meet the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program education eligibility requirement.

Wright College can help you prepare for GED exam. Enroll for our remote Spring 2021 classes today by completing an online application. Students can choose an AM or PM schedule that fits their needs. We have classes beginning in February and April.

Learn more about the Spring 2021 session.