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CU Denver Vision

CU Denver will become an exceptional institution in its ability to serve DREAMer students in a welcoming, inclusive, accessible manner. Faculty and staff will have the necessary tools to provide CU Denver DREAMer students with an equitable college experience.


CU Denver Mission

The mission of the Undocumented Student Services Program is to serve DREAMer and mixed status students at all intersections of documentation and equity needs, to support DREAMers in achieving their degree, to create an equitable educational environment, and to advocate alongside students for continuous improvements in the DREAMer college experience. We do this by: 

·       Meeting with students one-on-one for personalized assistance regarding any challenges they may be facing in their ability to persist in college. 

·       Providing and coordinating programs, workshops, and events to support student needs AND educate the CU Denver community. 

·       Working with campus partners to remove barriers for success, such as application processes, financial aid applications, and registration parocesses. 

·       Furthering ways to increase funds in order to support Undocumented students through the CU DREAMers scholarship and continuous fundraising. 

At the University of Colorado Denver, DREAMer students are defined as students who were brought to the United States after birth and may be connected with the DREAM Act movement. They may qualify for Deferred Action (DACA) and/or qualify for in-state tuition under the Colorado ASSET bill.

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​​​​​​​​​​​​CU Anschutz Mission

The mission of the CU Anschutz Medical Campus Undocumented Student Services is to advocate for increased access to health careers for members of the undocumented/Deferred Action to Childhood Arrivals (DACA) community. We do this by: 

·       Offering peer support and professional development, a resource of knowledge on related career pathways, and personalized assistance regarding any challenges students may be facing in their ability to persist in professional programs.

·       Providing and coordinating programs, workshops, and events to support student needs and educate the campus community. 

·       Working with campus partners to remove barriers for success and to address students’ financial needs.​​​

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