I am a stan state undocu-ally educator

The goal of the Undocu-Ally Training is to build a campus culture that acknowledges, accepts, and integrates students from diverse backgrounds regardless of their immigration status.

Who is an Ally?

  • Acknowledges that undocumented students have a right to be enrolled in the university.
  • Listens openly, yet does not interrogate the student on their immigration status.
  • Does not "out" the student to others, without the student's permission.
  • Creates a climate of trust that allows the student to reveal their situation at their own pace.
  • Handles students' emotions with reserve, empathy, and support, and refers to appropriate professional campus staff as needed.
  • Is clear about his or her own personal motivation in becoming an Ally.
  • Is committed to maintaining the confidentiality and respecting the privacy of people who are undocumented.

Training Objectives

  • Educate members of the campus community about the needs and concerns of undocumented students and their families.
  • Establishing a campus culture that acknowledges, accepts, and integrates students from diverse backgrounds regardless of their immigration status. A campus culture free of discrimination!
  • Establish a campus network that can provide trustworthy and sensitive support, information, and assistance to undocumented students and their families.
  • Assist members of the campus community in understanding the fears and discrimination experienced by undocumented students and families.
  • Provide an opportunity for faculty and staff to demonstrate their support toward undocumented students and their families.
  • Foster a campus environment that supports the academic & professional success, as well as, personal and social growth of immigrant students.

Request a Department/Program Training

Undocu-Ally Training. A Half Day Training for Educators: 6 hours

In this ally training, participants will enhance their knowledge on how to best serve undocumented students on campus by personalizing best practices and interventions. Participants will learn about federal and state laws and policies that affect undocumented students and their families. Learn about the resources available both on and off campus and ways to become an effective ally. Participants who successfully complete the training will be awarded the “Undocu Ally Decal.” (This training is offered once a semester)

To request training, please email dreamers@csustan.edu.

Request an In-class Presentation

Undocumented Student Resources: 15minutes
This brief session will share a list of resources available on campus for undocumented students, staff and faculty. To request a presentation, please email dreamers@csustan.edu.

Ally Resources

How to Take Action

The California State University has joined many other institutions throughout the United States to urge Congress to pursue legislation to restore the protections afforded by DACA. We encourage you to do the same.

You may reach out to the offices of Senator Kamala Harris and Senator Dianne Feinstein and to members of Congress.

Resources to Help You Protect Immigrants

United We Dream transforms fear into finding your voice. They empower people to develop their leadership, their organizing skills, and to develop their own campaigns to fight for justice and dignity for immigrants and all people. These guides and toolkits were developed by United We Dream and/or partners across the country. Use them to create change in your community.

Visit United We Dream Website

UndocuAlly Educators

Name:

  • Alexander Aust
  • Ana Contreras
  • Ann Strahm
  • Araceli Barrera
  • Arya Alami
  • Ashly Black
  • Ashley Mansfield
  • Alixzandria Williams
  • Betsy Eudey
  • CJ Chaney
  • Christina A Goodeill
  • Cristian Martinez
  • Ellen Bell
  • Elin Campbell
  • DeAnna Ramos
  • Jenell Thompson
  • John Kincaid
  • Josh Edrington
  • Julie Anaya
  • Julie Magana
  • Joy Vickers
  • Kaolee Xiong
  • Kilolo Brodie
  • Leah Young-Chung
  • Leticia Barrios Hernandez
  • Lidia Sanchez Flores
  • Martin Medina
  • Maryann Aydenian
  • M. Blake Wilson
  • Martha Serrano
  • Matthew Cover
  • Meggan Jordan
  • Melanie Myers
  • Michelle Soto-Peña
  • Richard Wallace
  • Ryan Logan
  • Sandra Ruiz
  • Saul Fernando Avila
  • Suzanne Whitehead
  • Sebastian Sclofsky
  • Stephanie Hubbard
  • Stephanie Shatto
  • Thomas Brian Berry
  • Vickie Harvey

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Updated: July 01, 2022