Dreamers Support Services

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The Dreamers Support Office provides programs and services to empower undocumented and immigrant students at San Diego Miramar College to achieve their academic, career, and personal pursuits while becoming active members of our campus culture and our wider community.

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Our Students

Immigration is complex, and it is not always clear who is included when referring to individuals who are undocumented, an immigrant, or from a mixed-status family/household. Below is a list of statuses; if you now or have ever identified with one of these situations, then there is a place for you in the Miramar College Dreamers Support Program.

You are a Dreamer Student if you...

  • are undocumented e.g., out-of-status, pending status, or never had any lawful immigration status, or
  • are a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR; you have a Green Card), or
  • have been granted Refugee or Asylee status, or
  • have Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) classification, or
  • have DACA, TPS, or VAWA protection, or
  • hold a T Visa, U Visa, or any other expired visa, or
  • are a bi-national resident (regularly moves between the U.S. and Mexico for school, work, or to care for a family member), or
  • are a non-CA resident student with AB 540 status (includes U.S. citizens and non-citizens)
  • any of the above applies to you, including being a U.S. citizen, and one or more person you live with or who is in your immediate family has a different immigration status from you (mixed-status household).

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A Personalized Support Program

The Dreamers Support Office operates as an open-access student support program where anyone can seek the assistance that they need.  You do not need to apply; we serve all students who contact our office.  However, we do encourage undocumented and immigrant students to create a Dreamer Profile.

Program Services

We offer support to undocumented and immigrant students in several areas. 

1-on-1 Support: Individualized support sessions for students, college employees, and community members. Schedule a one-on-one appointment with our staff to discuss how we can assist you.

AB-540 & Tuition ExemptionsAssembly Bill 540 is a state law that grants in-state tuition to some students who are not classified as CA residents based on certain eligibility requirements. Schedule an appointment to determine if you are eligible.

CA Dream Act (Financial Aid): Discover which financial aid resources are available to you based on your immigration status and learn about programs like the Dreamers Service Incentive Grant.

Career & EntrepreneurshipExplore employment resources and income generating opportunities available to the undocumented and immigrant communities including how to get your Undocu-Hustle on as an entrepreneur—no work authorization required!

Events & Workshops: Student engagement activities like our popular Undocu-Circles and Coffee & Crafts sessions that are open to all students and program workshops that are tailored to undocumented and immigrant students like Dream Act 101, Undocu-Hustle, Know Your Rights, and Undocu-Scholarships.

FREE Legal Aid & DACA Renewal AssistanceLearn more about our FREE legal services provided by our partners at the Higher Education Legal Services, relevant immigration-related legislation including the current status of DACA, and other immigration relief and aid.

Health & WellnessUndocumented and immigrant students face unique wellness pressures. We're here to create an affirming space for you and refer you to appropriate services when needed. For Miramar College Health Services and Mental Health Counseling call (619) 388-7881. In an emergency, call 9-1-1.

ScholarshipsLearn about scholarship opportunities available to you regardless of your immigration status and find different ways to pay for college.

Undocu-TransferFor students on a transfer pathway, we have developed a list of Undocu-Friendly Universities, which have robust undocumented and immigrant student resources to ensure your success post-transfer.

Undocu-Ally Training: Professional development opportunities for employees and resources to help educators become strong allies to the undocumented and immigrant communities.

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Meet the Dream Team

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Dreamers Program Director
Vincent Ngo, Director of Financial Aid
Pronouns: he/him

Email: vngo@sdccd.edu

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Dreamers Program Assistant & Analyst
Edward J. Borek III
​​​​​Pronouns: he/him
Email: eborek@sdccd.edu

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Dreamers Project Assistant
Serina Nguyen-Dang
​​​​​Pronouns: she/her
Email: snguyendang@sdccd.edu

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Dreamers Interns
Emily & Erika

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