Coronavirus Information

We understand the campus directives about remote learning raises some questions. Student Affairs has created and will be updating a page with frequently asked questions for students.

Financial

*At this time, we ask that you email all completed applications and supplementary materials to ab540-undocumented@ucdavis.edu. You may download our applications as Microsoft Office Word documents (i.e. .docx files) and complete them. You can also download the application as a .docx or PDF file by opening the Google Doc version of the application, clicking 'File' in the top left section, and then clicking 'Make a Copy'. Once you have a copy to complete, please do so and save the file as a PDF and submit along with your application materials.*

Below are financial forms associated with the AB540 & Undocumented Student Center and other opportunities for support:

Emergency Grants

This is an opportunity to offset the cost of unexpected expenses, which may include living expenses, legal filing fees, and basic needs support. You can complete this process by filling out the application and providing the supplementary information requested. Please view the following Microsoft Word or Google Doc version of the application for more information and eligibility criterion.

Food Vouchers

This is an opportunity to apply for our food program providing food vouchers to eligible students while supplies last. Please view the following Microsoft Word or Google Doc version of the application for more information and eligibility criterion.

Dragonfly Leadership Award

This is a one-time opportunity for eligible students to be awarded up to $1,000 for leadership experience and stellar community service. You can complete this process by filling out the application and providing the supplementary information requested. Please view the following Microsoft Word or Google Doc version of the application for more information and eligibility criterion.

UndocuScholar Award

This is a one-time opportunity for eligible students to be awarded up to $1,000 for stellar academic performance. You can complete this process by filling out the application and providing the supplementary information requested. Please view the following Microsoft Word or Google Doc version of the application for more information and eligibility criterion.

Monarch Travel Award

*Pending further notice, we are not currently issuing Monarch Travel Awards in light of the COVID-19 situation*. This is an opportunity to offset the cost of study abroad and other academic experiences requiring travel (e.g. conferences, research showcases, etc.) for eligible students. You can complete this process by filling out the application and providing the supplementary information requested. Please view the following downloadable document/form for more information and eligibility criterion.

Bedding Grant

*Pending further notice, we are not currently issuing bedding grants in light of the COVID-19 situation*.
Stop by the Center to request and receive bedding!

Funding Cosponsorship Request Form

This is an opportunity for registered students organizations and campus departments to access funding for events/programs/opportunities relevant to the AB540 & Undocumented student community. You can complete this process by filling out the application and providing the supplementary information requested. Please view the following downloadable document/form for more information and eligibility criterion.

 

*Other Resources Outside of Our Center*
We Are Aggie Pride/Student Emergency Relief Aid (Students Helping Students Fund)

These one-time-only awards are meant to cover short-term needs that are not covered by other assistance, such as tuition, rent, medical treatment, or other necessities that may hamper a student from succeeding academically or from meeting their basic needs. Find out more here.

Immigrants Rising Fellowships & Scholarships

Immigrants Rising (formerly E4FC) is a renowned non-profit located in the Bay Area. Driven by and for Undocumented people, they aim to support Undocumented students achieving their educational and career goals. Accompanying their Scholarship Application Guide and Scholarship Essay Tool, they have compiled lists of fellowships and scholarships that do not require proof of citizenship or lawful permanent residence status. These scholarships are sorted out by the due date, award range, region, type, and the field of study and category:

High School/Undergraduate Fellowships

Undergraduate Scholarships

Graduate Scholarships

(Post-)Graduate Fellowships

My Undocumented Life

The mission of My Undocumented Life is to provide up-to-date information and resources to Undocumented students. They include a list of scholarships here.

Yolo County Short Term Emergency Aid Committee

Food, utility, rental, and job readiness help for qualified individuals living in Yolo County with incomes at or below federal poverty level found here.