Undocumented Students

Lake Forest College welcomes all students to its campus, regardless of citizenship or residency status, as part of our mission to embrace diversity. This page provides resources and information for students who are undocumented, DACA recipients, and/or from mixed immigration status families.

Our Undocumented Students Empowerment Group (US) welcomes all students who are undocumented, DACAmented, from mixed immigration status families, and allies.

Campus Resources

  • The Office of Intercultural Relations: our office is committed to supporting students who are undocmented, DACA recipients, and/or from mixed status families. Stop by our office or send us an email to chat with us and learn more about what we can do to support US!
  • The Health and Wellness Center: set up a medical or counseling appointment, attend a Let's Talk group session, find resources to support your mental health, and reach out to learn more about the College's health insurance plan (all full-time undergraduate students are automatically enrolled in and billed for the Student Health Insurance Plan).
  • The Career Advancement Center: meet your career advisor and find support finding internships, developing career skills, and more!
  • The Office of Financial Aid: have a question about the Illinois RISE Act/Alternative Application for Financial Aid, FAFSA, or other financial aid concerns? The Office of Financial Aid can help!
  • Campus Clubs and Organizations: Find a club or organization that interests you and join their events!
Career Preparation Resources

Set up an appointment with our Career Advancement Center here.

Find a short summary of post-graduation pathways for undocumented students here.

Scholarships for Undocumented Students and DACA Recipients

For more information, reach out to our Office of Financial Aid.

Being an Ally for US

Sign up for our Undocumented Student Allyship training, coming soon!