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Southern Oregon University (SOU) is committed to protecting the ability of all SOU students to pursue their educational dreams, regardless of immigration status, race, gender, sexual orientation, physical ability, religious affiliation, or political persuasion.
Dreamers Health & Wellness
The Student Health and Wellness Center provides access to a wide range of health services including primary medical care, mental health care, preventive services, and campus-wide health promotion. These professionals provide quality, confidential, and culturally-affirming services and support to all enrolled students, regardless of immigration status or country of origin. You can reach the health center at 541.552.6136.
SOU strives to create a supportive environment so that students can be successful inside and outside of the classroom. There are many campus resources available to undocumented and DACAmented students. Students can contact any program they may be interested in utilizing while attending SOU. To learn more visit https://sou.edu/admissions/apply/uid/
The following organizations offer resources and scholarships designed for undocumented and DACAmented students:
National Immigration Law Center
National Immigration Law Center: Frequently Asked Questions about DACA