Dream Center

The Dream Center aims to be a source of information and support for undocumented, mixed-status, and other immigrant students at Santa Rosa Junior College. The Dream Center is committed to provide the most dynamic services, in order to facilitate the empowerment of our students, by addressing their unique questions and providing uplifting programing.

The Dream Center aims to provide supportive services for all undocumented students, including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and non-DACA recipients, Temporary Protective Status (TPS) recipients, U nonimmigrant status (U Visa) and Temporary nonimmigrant status (T Visa) holders, refugees and asylum seekers, mixed-status families, students with pending immigration cases, and individuals with other immigration statuses.

The Dream Center aspires to serve current and prospective students from diverse immigrant backgrounds, regardless of age, so they may:

  • Achieve their academic and career goals
  • Create community

The Dream Center aims to provide guidance in:

  • The matriculation process - including enrollment services, financial aid and scholarship programs
  • Academic counseling referral
  • Student Psychological Services referral to bilingual therapist
  • Student services
  • Career opportunities
  • Transfer process
  • California nonresident tuition exemption request forms (AB540/SB68 forms)
  • Enrollment verification letter of non-credit courses for DACA applicants
  • and many other forms of support

VIDAS Law Services partners with the Dream Center to provide students with:

  • Legal guidance and consultation with embedded immigration attorney and paralegal
  • Free legal services to all SRJC students and employees

For more information, please visit:  https://dream.santarosa.edu or call 707-521-7947 at SRJC Santa Rosa and 707-778-4177 at SRJC Petaluma