As the university continues to meet with key constituents and evaluate the steps it can take in partnership with other organizations to help our undocumented community members in these uncertain times, below are some resources that Emory offers students to help overcome many challenges.

  • Student Success Programs and Services assists in times of crisis, including, but not limited to meeting academic, medical, financial, and social challenges, as well as helping assault survivors.  SSPS offers assistance and a safe space to access resources.
  • International Student Life is designed to connect international students to meaningful campus life opportunities, to provide intentional events and programs that highlight the diversity of nationalities and cultures at Emory, and provide opportunities for all students to connect in a meaningful way.
  • Counseling and Psychological Services and the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life are confidential sources of help for students, including crisis intervention, community referrals and community outreach services. 
  • The Office of Undergraduate Admission outlines its policies regarding undocumented and DACA students below.
  • Legal requirements and University policies applicable in the event that federal or state law enforcement agents arrive on campus to request information or enforce state and/or federal laws as to students, including immigration laws. Questions regarding this information should be directed to the Office of Legal Counsel.
  • Undocumented Students of America (USA) at Emory is an organization of undocumented students working to promote systems of outreach, advocacy, and support for undocumented students at Emory and beyond. The organization’s vision is to restore dignified treatment and equal opportunity to students criminalized by immigration law.