Community Advisory: What Do I Need to Know about the End of DACA? Available in multiple languages www.ilrc.org/advisory-daca Recording: DACA Updates Webinar www.ilrc.org/daca-updates-webinar Infographic: DACA Renewal Available in English & Spanish www.ilrc.org/daca-renewal-infographic FAQs: End of DACA www.ilrc.org/end-of-daca-faqs Practice Advisory: Crimes and DACA Renewals www.ilrc.org/crimes-and-daca-renewals To find other resources, please visit our DACA page.
National political discussions have led to a number of questions from students and staff about the details of specific changes to federal law and the potential impact on students at Los Rios Colleges. This webpage will be updated regularly with resources and links that may be helpful for the Los Rios Community in navigating these uncertain times.
9/5 UPDATE: The Federal Government has announced that they plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. In the announcement, the administration indicated that they plan on “winding down” the program, saying that there will be no immediate change in status for those currently enrolled in DACA but that they will no longer accept new applications. They also announced that those whose permits expire by March 5, 2018 will be permitted to apply for two-year renewals, but it’s unclear what the long-term implications of this would be for applicants. The announcement by the Trump Administration also indicates a desire for Congress to address this issue, but it remains to be seen what, if anything, Congress will do.
Los Rios Commitment to Inclusion
- LRCCD Board of Trustees DACA Resolution
- Sacramento Bee OpEd Co-Authored by Los Rios Chancellor Brian King
- 11/10 Statement to Los Rios Community from Chancellor King and College Presidents
- 8/31 Statement on DACA Status from Chancellor King and College Presidents
- 9/5 Statement of DACA Announcement from Chancellor King and College Presidents
Student Free Speech
Faculty Free Speech
- Los Rios Policy on Discussing “Controversial” Issues
- Los Rios Regulation on Discussing “Controversial” Issues
DACA/Immigration Resources for DACA Recipients
- California Community College Chancellor’s Office Resources for Undocumented Students
- City of Sacramento Resources
- Immigrant Legal resource Center DACA Information
- United We Dream
- National Immigration Law Center DACA Information
- California Immigrant Policy Center Resource Guide
- Department of Homeland Security DACA Frequently Asked Questions
- What you need to know about the end of DACA
DACA/Immigration Resources for Faculty/Staff
- Report on “UndocuScholars” prepared by Dean Emeritus at Sacramento City College
- UPDATED ICE Just Showed Up! Now What?
Laws and Policies
- Official Memorandum from Department of Homeland Security Regarding DACA Rescission
- Los Rios Community College District Policies
- State and Federal Legislation Resources
- Los Rios Policy on Discrimination
If you have additional information that you think may be valuable for others in one of these areas, please email: email@example.com
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According to lead researcher Leonid Moroz (from the University of Florida):
“By revealing the unique molecular make-up of major features – the development, immune system, nerves and muscles – I can honestly introduce you to the aliens of the sea.”
The Los Rios Student Emergency Fund is intended to provide immediate financial assistance to students involved in a catastrophic or emergency situation involving circumstances which are sudden and unexpected (stolen books, house/apartment fire, homelessness, death in the family, etc.). The purpose of the SEF is to assist students who are temporarily in need so that their continued academic progress towards a certificate, degree or transfer is not adversely affected by the emergency.
- Student must be currently enrolled in a minimum of 6 units at any of the Los Rios colleges.
- Student must have completed at least one semester in good standing at any of the Los Rios colleges.
- Student must have identified and made progress toward an academic goal and not be on academic probation.
- Students do NOT have to be on CalWORKs nor do they have to participate in the college CalWORKs Program to apply.
Applications for the Student Emergency Fund are available in the CalWORKs Office, Temporary Building 1, Room 3.
Office Hours: Monday thru Thursday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and Friday 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Completed applications are submitted to the CalWORKs Office for processing. Approximate response to the application is 1 to 3 days.
Here is a list of things each blog should have:
At least one short quote, citing the page/paragraph/section of the assigned reading.
An explanation of the quote’s meaning in your own words and why it is relevant.
An original example or practical application, either in your analysis of the reading or to demonstrate your own view.
If there is a blog prompt, be sure to address the prompt.
Blogs should be about half pure analysis of the reading and explanation of the philosopher’s most important point and half your own response/critique/evaluation/practical application.