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Supporting Undocumented Students Through the Admissions and Financial Aid Process (Online Course) is a Course

Supporting Undocumented Students Through the Admissions and Financial Aid Process (Online Course)

Time limit: 90 days

$100 Enroll

Full course description

UC Berkely's Center for Educational Partnerships offers College Advising Online Courses designed for college access professionals and high school counselors in California! 

Courses are designed by college advising experts for new and experienced college access professionals and counselors in schools and community settings. Whether you are new to the field or want to stay informed on policies and best practices, there is a course for you! 

Course Highlights:

  • High Quality
  • Self Paced
  • Includes Resources
  • Course can be completed in 2-3 hours

Welcome to the Supporting Undocumented Students through the Admissions and Financial Aid Process Course!

NOTE: This course highlights the most important steps undocumented students must complete as they apply for admissions and financial aid. This course does not review the application process in detail (consider the other course available regarding the senior year timeline, admissions, and financial aid). 

Course Learning Objective:

  • Consider the student experience and understand both state and federal policies impacting undocumented student's pursuit of a college education. 
  • Understand the typical steps an undocumented student must complete relating to the college admissions and financial aid application process. 
  • Review best practices in helping students gather and submit information and documents to colleges.

Certificate of Completion: Upon successful completion of course requirements and feedback form, you will be able to download a Certificate of Completion for this course (noting 3 hours of professional development).