Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Undocumented Students
UCF provides a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students. The following are support services and resources to help students succeed at UCF.
- Applying to UCF
- Financial Aid
- Student Legal Services – Provides referrals to immigration legal assistance
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) – Provides counseling for students and support groups
- Knights Helping Knights Pantry – Provides students in need with food and toiletries
- Multicultural Academic and Support Services
- Student Advisor/Coach – Dr. Cyndia M. Muñiz
- Student Care Services – Provides guidance, resources and referrals to students who are experiencing a distressing situation which impacts academic or personal success
- UCF Global
- Just Knights Response Team – Provides assistance to students who experience instances of bias on campus
- Campus Conversation:
Undocumented: Questions and Uncertainties –
This discussion will provide attendees with an opportunity to learn and dialogue about the needs of
this student population.
- Thursday, January 26, 2017 – 12 p.m., Student Union Room 221
We continue to closely monitor immigration actions and have some preliminary information to share, as it relates to F, J, and H-1b visa holders.
UCF’s immigration attorneys, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, have published the following information regarding the Executive Order that Suspends Entry to Foreign Nationals from Seven Countries:
A temporary restraining order against President Trump’s entry ban remains in place after a federal appeals court denied the Administration’s request for an emergency hold on the TRO. Foreign nationals from seven restricted countries should continue to exercise caution. Travel to the United States is possible at the present time, but the situation remains extremely fluid and could change at short notice.