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Response to Sep. 13, 2023 DACA Ruling


Despite a federal judge’s disheartening ruling  that again found the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to be unlawful, Foothill College and De Anza College continue to welcome current and potential undocumented and DACA students. The judge’s decision has no impact on a student’s eligibility to enroll or stay enrolled in our colleges. 

The latest ruling allows current DACA recipients to keep and renew their status; however, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is still unable to process new applications. The Biden administration is expected to appeal last week’s ruling, and the case is likely to reach the Supreme Court

Foothill College stand in solidarity with the FHDA Board of Trustees and colleagues across the state and nation in advocating for Congress to take action to protect our students and develop a pathway to citizenship. We hope you will join us in advocacy efforts and participate in the California Community Colleges Undocumented Student Action Week October 16-20 to learn more about how you can help support our students. 

Response to Oct. 5, 2022 DACA Ruling


Despite the fact that an October 5 Federal Court of Appeals decision ruled that the DACA program violates federal law, Foothill College will continue to serve and support our undocumented and DACA students. 

Please note, the court’s decision does not impact a student’s AB 540 status and allows DACA recipients to retain their status and even apply to extend their DACA status as is currently allowed for the foreseeable future. 

Additionally, it has been stated by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas that "as a result of the stay that remains in place, no one who currently has DACA will lose their protection from removal or work authorization."

Daisy Gonzalez, Interim Chancellor of California Community Colleges, declared that community colleges will continue to work to ensure undocumented students are supported on our campuses. Foothill College wholeheartedly supports Interim Chancellor Gonzalez’ statement. 

Read the Foothill-De Anza Statement on DACA Ruling from Foothill-De Anza Community College District Chancellor Judy Miner; De Anza College President Lloyd Holmes; and Foothill College Interim President Bernadine Chuck Fong.


Foothill-De Anza Stands Against Anti-Asian Hate

Foothill-De Anza stands in solidarity with Asian community during these times of increased prejudice and violence against them. We are committed to serving the needs of our Asian students.

To learn more about how we have shown up, click here.

Undocumented Student Allies Coalition

Foothill College's UndocuLiaison is generating interest in creating an Undocumented Student Allies Coalition on campus.

An Undocumented Student Allies Coalition brings together students, staff, faculty, and administrators across disciplines and representative of Foothill community to build an undocu-friendly campus culture and institutionalize support and practices for undocumented students and students of mixed-status families.

If you are interested, please fill out this form.

DACA Updates & Access to Legal Services

For questions about DACA, public charge, or possible immigration remedies, book a consultation with the Immigration Institute of the Bay Area, Foothill's free, in-house immigration legal services provider.

To book a consultation, click here.


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