Dreamer Resource Center

COD Stands with Dreamers

Dreamer Resource Center

At College of the Desert and at the core of California Community Colleges, we believe everyone has the right to pursue their academic and career goals regardless of their national origin, race or creed, how they identify or their immigration status. The College is committed to providing resources to our students, our robust Dreamer Resource Center serves as a hub to serve a resource to students.  

The Center offers the following:

  • Free immigration legal services through our partnership with TODEC Legal Services;
  • Mental health support through student health and wellness center;
  • Dedicated space with computer access, printing, study, lounge;
  • Dedicated counselor to assist with academics, matriculation, personal and career counseling;
  • Dedicated scholarship opportunities;
  • Assistance completing financial aid applications;
  • Information hub for regular information updates for undocumented students. 

For additional resources to help support all undocumented California Community Colleges, visit this section of the Chancellor's Office website. 

Mission

The mission of College of the Desert's Dreamer Resource Center is to improve student success and help to successfully transition AB 540 student into college. The center provides academic advising, counseling, and referrals to student service programs in a welcoming environment where Dreamers can connect with campus and community resources.

Location:

South Annex 1 (nearby Public Safety - see campus map)

 

 

You can also request an appointment for assistance with enrollment, CA Dream Act application, AB-540 forms, access to resources, counseling with designated counselors and for any other questions or needs:

 

 

 

 

Alas Con Futuro

Alas Con Futuro is a student club at COD. The mission of Alas is to facilitate information on educational opportunities and financial resources for undocumented students. Alas provides presentations throughout the Coachella Valley for AB 540 and first-generation students.

Get more Information:

Contact us:


Rubi Becerril Gonzalez
Counselor
Phone: 760.565.4850
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