UO Dreamers

UO Dreamers

 

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All first-year students can apply to the University of Oregon through the Common Application or the university's application. Check application deadlines and eligibility requirements for admission information.

 

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Undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students are not eligible for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Instead, Dreamers should apply for the Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA). Check application deadlines and eligibility requirements.

On-campus support

Justine Carpenter
Director of Multicultural and Identity-Based Support Services
justcarp@uoregon.edu
541-346-1123

Point of contact for Dreamer and undocumented students. Connect to resources, legal support, and scholarships, and emergency funding.

380 Oregon Hall
5216 University of Oregon
Eugene OR 97403-5216

 

 

UO Dreamers Health & Wellness

The University Health Center provides a wide range of health care services for students attending the UO. All currently enrolled students are eligible to access services at the University Health Center using their student ID number. Students will be charged a fee for services and those without health insurance will have their student accounts billed.

Cost of University Health Center services.  

University Health Center

The University Counseling Center (UCC) is staffed by mental health professionals who are highly diverse across many different dimensions of culture and identity. They provide quality, confidential, and culturally-affirming mental health services and support to all enrolled UO students, regardless of immigration status or country of origin.

University Counseling Center

 

A community of support for Dreamer students

The UO has over 400 Dreamer allies who have gone through day-long trainings to better understand Dreamer student needs and experiences. If you are looking to get in touch with an ally or the Dreamers working group, please contact our Director of multicultural and identity based support services. The Dreamers Working Group can help all Dreamer students find their way at the UO. 

 

 

Off-campus resources

We provide the following links to non-UO websites as community and informational resources, but the university cannot guarantee their continued accuracy.

 

Faculty and staff resources

The UO Dreamers Working Group offers information sessions and ally trainings for staff and faculty. An information session provides a brief overview of the Dreamers landscape and is not meant as a substitute to the more comprehensive ally training.