An Undocumented Student Guide To College In Michigan


Resource from Michigan Immigrant Rights Center


“The right to free K-12 public education was granted by the 1982 case Plyler vs. Doe. In this case, the United States Supreme Court ruled that undocumented kids could not be denied a K-12 education. It also specified that schools could not ask about the immigration status of their students. Sadly, many undocumented students believe that because they do not have legal immigration status, they cannot go to college. But that’s not true! There are many ways that undocumented students can access higher education. This guide is designed to help those students and their families by providing resources available for undocumented students interested in pursuing education after high school, regardless of citizenship status.”

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