The Dream Center

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Financial Aid for Undocumented/Dreamer Students

Important Announcement

Woodland Community College faculty, staff, and students are eligible to receive funds to cover DACA application fees through one-time 3-million-dollar funds set aside through the Foundation for California Community Colleges and the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA).

These funds may be used to cover both the DACA first-time application filing fee and the renewal fee of $495.

It is crucial to start the renewal application process 150 days prior to the expiration date. Those eligible may apply through this website and receive free virtual consultations with our CHIRLA representative.

For more information call 530-661-5766 or visit the Dream Center office room 744 on Monday and Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm.

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Residency Requirements

California state law mandates that each student who applies for admission to provide residency information and evidence as deemed necessary by the Admissions & Records Office to determine the student's residence classification.