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Undocumented Student Resources

Mission College is a public community college that strives to ensure students have access to resources to be successful. 

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Undocumented Action Week

View our upcoming events for Undocumented Action Week, all aimed at providing resources for undocumented students to success in college and beyond.

Dreamers "Steps to Success" Roadmap

Dreamer Resources Brochure (PDF)

The undocumented student population includes individuals without legal status, those with work authorization (DACA), and students whom are eligible for AB 540, AB 130, and AB 131. The following resources serve as a hub for students, faculty, staff, and the community.

For campus staff contacts, please check out Allies for Undocumented Students. 

California Dream Act Application/Financial Aid

The California Dream Act Application allows students interested in attending eligible California Colleges, Universities, and Career Education Programs to apply for state financial aid.

This application is unrelated to the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Apply by March 2nd for the upcoming school year!

Apply to Mission

 Apply to be a student for free at CCC Apply, get a student ID number (in 2-3 business days) and then register for classes when registration occurs. Go to for details.

Complete AB 540/2000/68

Complete the AB 540/2000/68 fillable PDF form to waive nonresident tuition. Email it to Admissions & Records. Unsure if you meet eligibility? Check out this In State Tuition Tool from Immigrants Rising!


Complete the free and self-paced online orientation.


Take the Placement and Assessment tests for Math and English. (They take less than 10 minutes to complete). For ESL courses, complete our ESL Placement tool.

Register for Classes

Once you have your student ID number, log into My Mission Portal to pay  and register for classes.

New Resources and Recent News

The Immigration Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) is a non profit providing free to low cost immigration legal services to all students attending a CA Community College. 

Services provided:

  • FREE legal consultations
  • DACA renewals/ Advance parole applications
  • Naturalization applications
  • Informational webinars and presentations about immigration topics
  • Help with filing fee for DACA or Naturalization
  • To schedule, please call (650) 587-1523 or go to 
Health Coverage Support

Check out Healthier Kids Foundation for guidance on young adult health care options!

Financial Aid for Dreamers
Financial Aid for Dreamers

Get help on completing your CA Dream Act through our Welcome Center Ambassadors.

Steps to Check my financial aid.

Complete your CA Dream Act financial aid application to see if you are eligible for the following types of aid:

  • Cal Grant, Chafee Grant, Middle Class Scholarship
  • UC Grants, State University Grants
  • California Community College (CCC) California Promise Grant
  • Some University scholarships
  • Some private scholarships administered by campuses

Application deadline for all Dreamer Cal Grants and most of the other aid listed above is March 2.

California Dreamer Service Incentive Grant Program (DSIG)
The California Dream Act Service Incentive Grant Program (DSIG) encourages California Dream Act Application (CADAA) students with a Cal Grant B award to perform community or volunteer service. Visit the DSIG CSAC page for more information.
Scholarship Lists 

2022 Scholarship Guides for undergraduate, graduate and fellowships that do not require a social security number through Immigrants Rising! 

Mission College General Scholarship Opportunities.

We recognize many of our students have overcome difficult obstacles. Mission College supports our hard working students and offers a variety of scholarships to help make your dreams a reality.