UNDOCU & DACA Student Support

CSU Pueblo - Pueblo, CO
Call (719) 549-2402Website
CSU Pueblo

CSU Pueblo 

 

Colorado State University Pueblo proudly and unwaveringly stands in solidarity with our undocumented community.

Their Mission

 CSU Pueblo’s mission is to provide support for three classifications of students: Students eligible for DACA, students who were not DACA eligible, but may be eligible for ASSET (in-state tuition per Colorado Statute), and Undocumented students.

What they offer: 

  • Financial assistance
  • 1 on 1 career exploration
  • Peer networking and support
  • Bilingual services and assistance
  • Scholarship application guidance
  • Colorado Application for State Financial Aid guidance
  • Comprehensive academic advising
  • DACA application renewal assistance

Immigrant Resource Contact infromation

Victoria Obregon – DIRECTOR, Diversity Equity & Inclusion CAMP regional coordinator UNDOCU,DACA, ASSET Support Staff

(719) 549-2402

victoria.obregon@csupueblo.edu

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Learn More… 

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