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Who are UndocuScholars?
For this project we define UndocuScholars as students attending U.S. colleges who do not have the benefit of recognized documentation status. UndocuScholars attend every type of institution, community colleges and four-year colleges and universities, public or private across the country. UndocuScholars are born in every region of the globe but have mostly gone to schools in the United States. Many call themselves Dreamers, but not all identify with that term. Some were brought as infants but others arrived during their adolescence. Some live on campus while others commute. Many do not work but some do so under DACA. Some are members of a community and others are isolated. Some are ‘out and proud’ and others are quietly deep in the shadows.
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You are eligible for this survey if you:
Why are we conducting a study on the experiences of undergraduate UndocuScholars?
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Who are WE (the UndocuScholar Research Team)?
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