A session on exploring what questions students may have around DACA status and family members that may be undocumented. OSU faculty and staff should leave with a better understanding of what resources are available for students with these questions, as well as how to be a good ally around these issues.

  A recording of this session is available for viewing here.

Date: February 22, 2017                                  

Time: 11:30am – 1:30pm

Location: Native American Longhouse

Pont of Contact:  Melissa Morgan and Leslie Schacht-Drey

Intended Audience: Oregon State University Professional Staff/Faculty, Teaching Faculty, and Academic Advisors

Description: Join us for a panel discussion focused on exploring the experience of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students, as well as students who may have family members with an undocumented status. Panelists will explore the frequently asked questions document provided by OSU, discuss current uncertainty around federal policy affecting DACA recipients, as well as ways to help support undocumented students or students with undocumented family members.  The panelists will provide their experiences working with students on these issues, to better support others who are working with impacted students.  This program is open for members of the OSU community and any students with impacted families or friends.