DACAmented and Undocumented students of all ethnicities and nationalities can find a safe environment and supportive community at Eastern Oregon University. Whether you are thinking about applying to EOU or are already a student, there are many resources available to help you be successful at EOU.
View our admissions page and information on Tuition Equity to begin.
EOU wants to connect you with the resources you need to accomplish your goals. View scholarship information below:
EOU’s United Undocumented Students Club (UUS) strives to make sure those who are undocumented feel safe and empowered at EOU while actively working to educate and inform the community.
If you have questions please connect with our advising team.
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For additional resources or support contact the Multicultural Center.
The links below are a compilation of EOU’s statements, articles, and letters regarding DACAmented and undocumented students:
Sept. 5, 2017: EOU Statement on DACA decision and support for EOU students
February 3, 2017: President Insko adds signature to American Council on Education’s (ACE) statement regarding the executive order on immigration. View Document
December 6, 2016: Resolution of the Eastern Oregon University Faculty Senate Regarding Undocumented Students and Students Covered under DACA.
December 5, 2016: President Insko adds signature to American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ (AASCU) statement in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA program). View Document
November 23, 2016: Message to EOU community from President Insko regarding support of students.