DREAMers around the country face challenges while pursuing their college education. We, at The City University of New York (CUNY) and the Central Office of Student Affairs (COSA) not only understand these challenges but are committed to providing DREAMers with the services, resources, and support needed to succeed in college. Undocumented students contribute richly to our campus communities by contributing to our diversity and teaching us about resilience, persistence, and quite frankly, courage. The CUNY/DREAMers Hub is designed to provide support for the undocumented student population at CUNY with these tools and resources to help enhance their college experience. To do this CUNY has partnered with NYC Government agencies and non-for-profit organizations to make available every possible resource.

Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Christopher J. Rosa, Ph.D.


Immigrant Live Session

Chancellor Milliken’s Statement on Immigrants

Dear Members of the CUNY Community, Following the presidential election, many students at CUNY and at campuses across the country remain understandably anxious and concerned about the possible policies of the next administration more >>

Statement from Chancellor James B. Milliken on the Presidential Election

Dear Members of the CUNY Community, We have just experienced a long, contentious campaign and what was to many a surprising outcome.   I have spoken to many of our students about their reactions to the results, and many of those range from confusion to concern to a sense of vulnerability for themselves or their friends and classmates. more >>

Scholarships for DREAMers

thedreamus The scholarship provides up to $25,000 to first-time college students who intend to enroll in a CUNY college and community college graduates who want to earn a bachelor’s degree. more >>



CUNY Becas Scholarship Program. more >>



Educational scholarships are awarded to scholars ranging from $500 to $1000. more >>


Immigration Policy Changes Information

CUNY Citizenship Now!

It provides free, high quality, and confidential immigration law services to help individuals and families on their path to U.S. citizenship.

The New York Immigration Coalition

It is an umbrella policy and advocacy organization for nearly 200 groups in New York State that work with immigrants and refugees

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Governor Cuomo’s Open Letter to All New York Students

Dear Students:After the harsh and ugly rhetoric of the campaign, many of you are concerned about what might happen next. Let me be clear: This is the State of New York, not a state of fear. We will not tolerate hate or racism. Read more


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