- The Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling, created a College Advising Guide for Undocumented Students. http://www.iacac.org/undocumented/
- Educators for Fair Consideration http://www.nilc.org/eduaccesstoolkit10.html#aid RESOURCES ON FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDENTS REGARDLESS OF IMMIGRATION STATUS
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund: Latino College Dollars Search Tool http://www.latinocollegedollars.org/
- EDUCATORS FOR FAIR CONSIDERATION (E4FC) http://e4fc.org/gotdacanowwhat.html
- http://www.maldef.org/leadership/scholarships/index.html – Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund: 17+ pages of scholarships. Each scholarship has different criteria and requirements so you have to go through each one to figure out which apply to the student. FYI, not all the ones listed are based on grades and the main thing is that the student needs to be in the look out for deadlines . If the student belongs to any other group, be church or anything, make sure he/she check with them as sometimes organizations have their own scholarships. Remind the student that there are no limits to the number of scholarships that the student applies for. So he/she can apply to as many as he can from MALDEF list and others.If the student decides to attend a private college, then the student can ask about the policies there. Private colleges can decide if they accept DREAMers or not and at the same time some of them have funding to cover cost.