Undocumented Students

Undocumented and DACA recipient students are a vital part of our community at Albion. We seek to build a campus where every student feels they belong.

Here you’ll find answers to some of your specific concerns and the resources you need to support your success.


We invite all qualified students, regardless of immigration status, to join our living and learning community at Albion. In many ways, the admission process undocumented students follow is parallel to that of other applicants. Find out more about how to fill out your application as an undocumented or DACA student, what to do you if you’re interested in teacher education programs, and and other resources related to your college studies, life on campus and in the community.

Admission Resources

Financial Aid

As an undocumented or DACA student, you qualify for all merit-based scholarships offered by Albion and have access to additional financial aid. Your admissions counselor will work with you to find other sources of funding besides FAFSA and give you information on off-campus resources as well.

Financial Aid Resources

Finding Allies

We are committed to fostering an inclusive environment for all members of our community. Our Undocumented Student Support Committee (USSC) is made up of several staff and faculty members that can be contacted for support. You can also count on the Registrar’s Office, the Faculty Committee on Diversity and our new Office of Belonging.

Advocacy Organizations and Contacts

Health and Well-Being

As a student, you have access to free and confidential counseling and health services to support your Albion journey. This includes free, 24/7 medical and mental telehealth care Albion Care available 365 days a year from anywhere in the United States, free of charge, with no insurance necessary.

Mental Health and Medical Services

Campus Safety and Legal Resources

The campus is your home and you have every right to feel welcome and safe in it. Our campus safety officers are here to protect every student and do not ask any student questions regarding their citizenship status. We offer resources to help you understand your rights, feel safe and connect off-campus legal and advocacy organizations that can provide support and immigration status assistance.

Legal Resources and Safety

DACA Updates

Find useful links to stay up-to-date with the latest developments on DACA, including information related to employment and renewal assistance.

DACA Updates