Programming

If you are a DACA student, an undocumented student, or a student with temporary protected status, and you’re looking for support, please contact Queena Hoang, quhoang@usc.edu. She is the Coordinator of the USC First Generation Plus Center and the point of contact for coordinating efforts and opportunities across campus that support immigrant and international students. Your conversations with her will be confidential. She can connect you with resources regarding financial aid, academic and housing issues, confidential advising, and legal support.

Safe Place Campus Project, Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism

Safe Place Campus is a USC student ran campaign funded through faculty at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism that is designed to illuminate sanctuary and safe places for college students and in subset, the general population.

As a part of the campaign, we produce a weekly podcast on social activism (with a number of episodes focusing on immigration reform), a video series and host and sponsor related events.

#Fighton For DACA, School of Cinematic Arts

#FightOnForDACA arose from a class project to create change in the USC community. The campaign demands open, honest, and specific communication from USC administrators on immigration issues, advocates for a permanent Dream Center on campus, and encourages students and staff to get involved in their government by making their voices heard locally and nationally.