Undocumented Student Ally Coalition

The Toro Dream Success Center discuss, advocate, and raise awareness of undocumented student issues.

Raising Awareness of Undocumented Student Issues

The Undocumented Student Ally Coalition (USAC) at CSU Dominguez Hills was founded in the fall of 2014 by CSUDH faculty, staff, and administrators. USAC currently consists of approximately 40 student, staff, faculty, and administrators who discuss, advocate, and raise awareness of undocumented student issues. In the two years since its inception, a few of USAC’s major accomplishments have been delivery of multiple Undocumented Student Ally Trainings, creation of the Dreamer Ally Decal, co-sponsorship of a Dream Center Forum, and development of the Toro Dreamers Success Center. In the fall of 2016 USAC also partnered with E.N.F. to participate in the National Educators Coming Out Day and host a week-long series of events including Healing Circles, UndocuTalks, an Open Forum, and an Undocumented Student Ally Training. Since its inception, USAC has trained more than 50 faculty, staff, and student allies at CSU Dominguez Hills.

For more information about USAC or to support our efforts, please contact Aimee Vaquera at avaquera2@csudh.edu or 310.243.2563.

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CSUDH students, faculty, and administrators participating in Undocumented Student Ally Coalition's 2nd Annual Retreat

Students, staff, faculty, and administrators coming together and participating in Undocumented Student Ally Coalition’s 2nd Annual Retreat this past July 2017. The purpose of the retreat was to assess and reflect on what USAC accomplished during the 2016-2017 school year and plan for our work during the 2017-2018 school year as we continue to partner with the Toro Dreamers Success Center (TDSC) in support of undocumented students and immigrant communities.