Undocumented Students/DREAMers

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Information for Undocumented Students, DREAMers, Real Hope Act.

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“All students are welcome at LCC, including international students, immigrant students, students who are undocumented, and students covered under DACA. — Chris Bailey, President, Lower Columbia College.

Undocumented students in Washington state have the right to attend colleges and universities. Many qualify for state-funded financial aid because of the Washington Dream Act, also called the The Real Hope Act (SB 6523), which was signed into law in 2014.

You qualify if you can say yes to these three questions:

  1. I have or will have graduated from a high school or will have obtained my GED in Washington state.
  2. I have lived or will have lived in Washington state for three years before graduating from high school.
  3. I am currently attending or plan to attend a public college or university in Washington state.

If you are an undocumented student and you already know you qualify, go to WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid) to apply. Or, scroll down for more information.


Resources for Undocumented Students

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