Cal State San Bernardino’s DREAMers Resource and Success Center will celebrate its second year anniversary today, Nov. 2, in providing an on-campus place where undocumented students can meet, exchange ideas and provide support to one another.

The DREAMers center, located in Santos Manuel Student Union, will hold its celebration starting at 5 p.m., said Maria Barragan, the administrative support coordinator.

The center’s anniversary comes amidst the Trump administration’s rescinding of the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrival (DACA) program and giving Congress six months to act before any currently protected individuals lose their ability to work, study and live in the U.S. without fear of being picked up by immigration officials and being sent back to their country of birth.

The California State University and Cal State San Bernardino have pledged their support to urge and work with federal lawmakers to restore the DACA program.

The DREAMers center is part of the university’s ongoing mission to help students excel. That effort also includes establishing the First People’s Center, which opened in September, and the Pan-African Student Success Center, which opened in October 2016, as CSUSB’s commitment to a multi-cultural approach to ensure the success of all of its students.

The DREAMers Resource and Success Center is part of the Division of Student Affairs. It focuses on bringing awareness to the California Dream Act (financial aid), employment opportunities, scholarships, internships, immigration services, information about graduate school and other resources that will help achieve student success. 

For more information, contact the university’s Office of Strategic Communication at (909) 537-5007 and visit