The City University of New York (CUNY) and the Central Office of Student Affairs (COSA) understand the challenges that DREAMERS face while pursuing their college education, and we are committed to providing DREAMERS with the resources, services, and support they need to succeed in college.

CUNY, as many other universities around the country, is creating partnerships with non-for-profit organizations and NYC Government agencies to ensure DREAMERS have access to existent resources within the city. This CUNY/DREAMERS Hub will support the undocumented student population at CUNY by providing resources and tools that will enhance the college experience inside and outside of the University. This CUNY/DREAMERS Hub is the first step to help DREAMERS achieve their academic aspirations.

The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Frank D. Sanchez Ph.D.


TATIANA MURILLO (Germantown, MD): on finding better jobs and purchasing a home


Tatiana Murillo | #DACA: Oportunidad de comprar casa

Undocumented Immigrants Rally In New Orleans, Waiting For Relief

Hundreds of immigration advocates, some of them undocumented, waited hours outside a New Orleans courthouse on Friday as a federal appeals panel heard arguments on President Barack Obama's deportation relief.  (By Elise Foley, Huffingtonpost) more >>

Obama's Immigration Deferred Action Spurs Huge Boost To Dreamers' Wages

Undocumented young people called Dreamers have seen their average wages jump 45 percent since President Barack Obama granted them temporary authorization to stay in the U.S. and legally work here, according to a report released Thursday. (By Dayana Morales Gomez/ Huffingtonpost) more >>

Scholarships for DREAMers


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

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 >>

E4FC_Flag_Logo-433x300 List of undergraduate and graduate scholarships and fellowships that don’t require proof of U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residency. more >>

AEF-Logo-WebSite Ascend Educational Fund awards scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $20,000 to immigrant students. more >>

Colombian-Education-Fund The Colombian Education Fund (ColEF) recognizes, rewards, and promotes academic excellence and community service in the Colombian-American community. more >>

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Ecuadorian Scholars Fund. This scholarship is intended  to assist students in paying costs related to their studies at institutions located in the states of New York, New Jersey or Connecticut. more >>

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Brooklyn: Admin Relief Orientation & Info Workshop (Optional Pre-Screening)

Weekly on Friday, until Dec 25, 2015
10am – 12pm
Make the Road New York
301 Grove Street
Brooklyn, NY 11237
For more info, call (718) 565-8500

Staten Island: Admin Relief Orientation & Info Workshop (Optional Pre-Screening)

Weekly on Monday, until Dec 28, 2015
6pm – 8pm
Make the Road New York
161 Port Richmond Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10302
For more info, call (718) 565-8500

Past Events

First Annual DREAMers Conference Held in John Jay College


The Malave Leadership Academy sponsored the First Annual DREAMers Conference on Friday, September 26th in John Jay College of Criminal Justice. >>


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New York, NY 10019
Phone: 646-664-8800