Community Resource Center (CRC) for DACA/DREAMers and HSIs
on the DREAM Summit
On April 27, 2017, the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities convened a meeting of more than three dozen national higher education and immigration organizations, including leading federal lawmakers, to discuss the issues surrounding DACA and undocumented students. To learn more about the Act on the DREAM Summit, please download a copy of the Summit Report and Summary.
Among the outcomes of this meeting was the development of a national online resource center to better serve DACA/DREAMers and their families. The purpose of the Community Resource Center (CRC) for DACA/DREAMers and HSIs is to provide a centralized registry of information for DACA/DREAMers and their families. The CRC will rely on user-generated information. Individuals and organizations are encouraged to recommend or submit resources to HACU for inclusion in the CRC. HACU will support the CRC through regular updates and on-going development of this webpage content and design. The CRC is a collaboration between HACU and its Coalition Partners.
A mobile App version of the CRC is available for download in the Apple App Store and for Androids in Google Play. Search using the keywords: HACU CRC.
If you would like to add resources to the CRC, please send an email to:
Dr. David A. Ortiz
Executive Director of Policy Analysis and Information
The CRC webpage and mobile app were made possible by a generous grant from the Institute of International Education, Inc. in cooperation with the Ford Foundation.