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Welcome

Dear University of Utah Dreamer,

On behalf of the Dream Center in The Office of Engagement at the University of Utah, it is
my absolute pleasure to extend to you our most sincere and warm welcome!

The Dream Center, which was established with you — yes, YOU — in mind, is here to assist
you to and through your academic journey at the University of Utah. We see you, absolutely
believe in you, and are dedicated to making sure you have access to a signature university experience.

As stated in the University of Utah Strategic Goals, we are here to promote student success
and transform lives. We know your journey over the next few years will be filled with moments
of uncertainty; however, our team is here to provide you with our undivided attention and to open up opportunities for you to earn your degree and help you transform your life.

Remember, you are first and foremost a scholar who is here to learn, innovate, and create a
positive impact in your communities. We know you will achieve great things, and we are here
to support and celebrate you every step of the way.

WE ARE #HERETOSTAY and #HERETOGRADUATE!


Mission

The Dream Center at the University of Utah Office of Engagement works holistically with undocumented students and their families from college access to graduation. The Dream Center (1) engages in specialized college outreach and access strategies, (2) provides individualized mentoring and scholarship support for current and future University of Utah undocumented students, (3) promotes campus-wide advocacy and trainings for University of Utah students, faculty, staff and administration, and (4) increases community-wide awareness of policies affecting current and future University of Utah undocumented students.

Definitions

Dreamer(s) is an inclusive term for undocumented students with and without Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

Goals

  1. Specialized College Outreach & Access
  2. Individualized Mentorship & Scholarship Support
  3. Campus-wide Advocacy & Trainings 
  4. Community-wide Awareness 
Last Updated: 10/25/18