The Santa Monica College DREAM Program provides support services to DREAMers (undocumented, AB540 and DACA recipients). Its purpose is to increase the personal growth, development and retention of DREAM students through academic, career, and personal counseling; assistance in applying for the California Dream Act/Financial Aid and scholarships; and providing workshops relative to DREAMers and their families.
The DREAM Program was developed through commitment and collaboration from the following Santa Monica College departments:
- Student Equity
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- The Vice President of Student Affairs Office
- SMC Foundation
Make An Appointment With a Counselor
Location: Room 104, Student Services Complex
Phone: (310) 434-4892
Nick Mata, Interim Dean of Students
Sergio Belloso, Counselor
Christina Fuller, Student Services Specialist
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SMC Foundation Stands with Dreamers
Santa Monica College Foundation has established a scholarship fund to provide immediate assistance to SMC's students who are undocumented and are faced with an unforeseen cost to attend college, such as the advanced financial burden to re-apply for DACA. The application fee is $505 per student. With the Trump Administration's announcement to end DACA, the reapplication process was fast-tracked, placing an unreasonable financial burden on our students.
Please consider a gift to this timely and most important initiative. 100% of the proceeds will directly benefit SMC Undocumented Students.
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Join the Conversation: #CCCforDACA #UndocumentedStudentActionWeek #SMCUnafraidEducator
Sponsored by: The SMC UndocuAlly Program, EOPS/CARE, Student Equity, The Center for Wellness & Wellbeing, The Center for Teaching Excellence, STEM Lab, History Peer Learning Program, IDEAS at SMC, the SMC Foundation,
And the SMC Board of Trustees:
Dr. Kathryn E. Jeffery – Superintendent/President; Barry Snell, Chair; Dr. Margaret Quiñones-Perez, Vice Chair; Dr. Susan Aminoff; Dr. Nancy Greenstein; Dr. Louise Jaffe; Rob Rader; Dr. Andrew Walzer; Alexandria Boyd, Student Trustee