This website is dedicated to current and prospective UTSA Dreamers. Dreamer(s) is an inclusive term for undocumented students both with and without Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The University of Texas at San Antonio welcomes all students to our campus and is committed to student success as outlined in our Strategic Plan- A Vision for UTSA . The UTSA Dreamers Resource Center was specifically created to assist Dreamers and students with mixed-status families as one of President Eighmy’s first Presidential Initiatives.
We seek to support UTSA students, staff, and faculty with the training, resources, and knowledge needed to ensure that every Dreamer receives the correct information required to successfully enroll, persist, and graduate. We believe that every student deserves a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment to thrive during their academic journey.
Celebrating Five Years of Serving Dreamers and Undocumented Students
The UTSA Dreamer Resource Center will celebrate five years of supporting the successes of undocumented students at an anniversary event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, February 6 in the Travis and Harris rooms in the Student Union. The anniversary celebration will include remarks from President Taylor Eighmy, a representative from La Raza Faculty Staff Association, and UTSA alumna, Andrea Rathbone Ramos, followed by refreshments and networking.
10/27 - National Immigrants Day 2022
Friday, October 28 is celebrated as National Immigrants Day.
10/1 - Dreamers Resource Center helps Hispanic students achieve lifelong success
The UTSA Dreamers Resource Center (DRC) serves as a beacon of advocacy and hope for Dreamers and undocumented students on campus. It is positively impacting retention and graduation rates for the roughly 460 students it serves while enhancing their personal and professional journeys.
10/1 - UTSA study: DACA protection leads to sizeable economic gains
A new study by researcher, Richard Jones, a professor in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts Department of Political Science and Geography at The University of Texas at San Antonio, shows the risks of allowing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to expire.
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