The CSUN DREAM Center is a resource center for undocumented students and allies. DREAM stands for Dreamers, Resources, Empowerment, Advocacy and Mentorship.
We address the needs of undocumented students, members of mixed-status families, campus faculty and staff by providing the following services and resources:
- Assistance with AB 540, Dream Act, DACA & scholarships (walk-in or by appointment)
- Peer mentoring program
- Programs & services addressing the specific needs of undocumented students
- Legal services referrals
- Referrals to counseling resources
- Ally & policy literacy trainings
- Policy & legislative updates
- Computer and printer access
Free Immigration Legal Services
Every Wednesday from 10am to 5pm Location: EOP DREAM Center - University Student Union, Building C
Make an appointment by calling (818) 677-7069 or (818) 677-7070 – appointments are highly encouraged, walk-ins are available if there are open appointment slots.
Direct immigration legal services are available free of charge to CSU Northridge students, faculty, and staff. An immigration attorney is onsite on a weekly basis for general immigration related consultations. The legal services provided focus primarily on DACA renewals and general assistance in filling out immigration forms, such as family-based petitions. Funding for the services is provided by the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) in collaboration with the CSU Chancellor's Office. Legal services are provided by the Central American Resource Center of Los Angeles (CARECEN). Founded in 1983, CARECEN, is the largest Central American immigrant rights organization in the country; it empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice, and promoting cultural diversity.