The College Access Program is run by students, for students! We know that all students find the college process confusing but it is especially difficult if you are undocumented or the first person in your family to go to school.


How Can We Work Together?

Information & Resources: There are many resources on this website and others, check them out! If you have any questions contact our College Access Team!


Mentorship & Connections: We are an organization led by undocumented students, for undocumented students. Many of our leaders have been through the college process and would be happy to talk about it with you! We can set up a time for you to meet with us or you are welcome to attend one of our meetings/ events to meet other students! Reach out to our College Access Team to get connected!



Individual Meetings: We will come to you to talk more about your specific path to college! Tell us where you want to meet us and we will work around your schedule to set something up so we can talk face to face! Contact our College Access Team to set up a meeting.  



Join the Fight: Our mission is to fight for the rights of undocumented youth and their families. You can be a part of that fight! Come to one of our meetings or events and join other students and members of the community as we work together to make sure that immigration status is not a barrier in any aspect of life. Check out our Facebook and Upcoming Events Section of our website to find out about upcoming events or contact our College Access Team and they can let you know what’s coming up!



Contact Us

Email our College Access Team:



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Resources For You

Private Colleges:

  • CT Private College Guide - Information about admissions, financial aid, and people that you can contact at private colleges in Connecticut to get the information that you need!  

  • Boston School Counselors College List - Resources put together by Boston Public School Counselors that includes a list of private colleges around the country that give large scholarships to undocumented students.

  • My Undocumented Life Private College List - List put together on the website My Undocumented Life that includes private schools that accept undocumented students as domestic students and consider them for financial aid from the school.

College Planning Information for Undocumented Students & Families:

  • 10 Tips for Undocumented Students (also available in Spanish) - Basic information on applying to college for undocumented students put together by CT undocumented students.

  • Common College Terms - Common terms used when talking about college admissions, financial aid, and the general college experience.

  • Junior College Planning Calendar - College planning calendar with information specifically for undocumented juniors that goes over what you should be doing when to get prepared for college.

  • Senior College Planning Calendar -  College planning calendar with information specifically for undocumented seniors that goes over what you should be doing when to get prepared for college

  • College Planning Parent Guide (also available in Spanish) - Guide developed by Educators for Fair Consideration that helps undocumented parents and parents of undocumented students better understand the college process and how they can support their students.

  • C4D College Access Program (also available in Spanish) - Brochure with information about CT Students for a Dream’s College Access Program and the support that we provide for you and how you can get in contact with us!

Other Great Websites/Resources

  • My Undocumented Life - Created by an undocumented student, My Undocumented Life is a blog that provides up-to-date information and resources to undocumented immigrants on scholarship opportunities, college information, and the latest news on policies and programs that affect undocumented students around the country.

Helpful Links

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