Legal Challenges

UndocuAlly Training


The UndocuALLY training is an educational training dedicated to increasing the UCLA community’s awareness of the unique needs of undocumented students. We strongly encourage faculty and staff to attend the four hour-long training to learn about the history, legislation, and experiences of undocumented students in higher education. Upon completion of the training, participants will receive an UndocuALLY decal to display in their immediate work-space that will show they are familiar with and supportive of the undocumented student community at UCLA.  

The UndocuALLY training is held once a quarter. Join our listserv to receive notification of the next training.

Guide for Advisors

U.S. Department of Education Guide to support Undocumented Students

The U.S. Department of Education Resource Guide hopes that educators, schools, and campuses will, as they see fit, draw upon the tips and examples in this Guide to better support undocumented youth and, ultimately, move us closer to the promise of college and career readiness for all.

UndocuCollege Guide and Equity Tool

With the UndocuCollege Guide and Equity Tool, Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC) "hope(s) that the following information and frameworks can help institutional leaders and educator advocates enhance their ability to advocate for undocumented students success and generate the momentum and political will necessary to address some of the most pressing challenges undocumented students face in higher education. We see this publication as a living document and we are confident that all the feedback we receive will only strengthen future versions of this publication."


Scholarship on Undocumented Students

For your reference, please find a short bibliography of scholarship on undocumented students. This list is neither exclusive nor exhaustive; it is an opportunity to become familiar with the issues that impact undocumented students in pursuit of a postsecondary education.

Click here for the scholarship on undocumented students.