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Undocumented Students: Resources & Research: Find Help on Campus

The DREAM Center: Resources and Allies on Skyline College Campus

The Dream Center is a “one-stop shop” in a safe, caring place for undocumented students, allies, and community members at Skyline College. Students will receive personalized support as they begin their college journey.

Make the Skyline College DREAM Center your starting place for:

  • Financial Aid
  • Personal Counseling (Health Center/Psych Services)
  • Finding Allies on Campus
  • Transferring

Email Us: skylinedreamcenter@smccd.edu

Skyline College Community Legal Clinic

SparkPoint and the Dream Center also host the Immigration legal clinic. For more than four years, the clinic has helped bridge the justice gap by providing free access to legal services for under-resourced members of the local community including Skyline College students, employees and the public.

The Clinic is an integral part of holistic services to students. Students can receive confidential legal information on immigration matters.

“As an immigrant, I know what it feels like to be afraid, to be uncertain, and to worry about what the future holds. I hope that together with the Dream Center, Sparkpoint, and Skyline College, we can provide a safe and caring place for undocumented students, families, and community members. We are here to serve.” -Maria Segarra

 

Please make appointmentAll consultations are free and confidential. For questions or information, please contact SparkPoint at (650) 738-7035 or email Maria Segarra Gaudio (Supervising Attorney) at gaudiom@smccd.edu

Meet the Staff

Maria Segarra Gaudio is a staff attorney at API Legal Outreach, representing survivors of domestic violence and other crimes in obtaining protective orders and immigration relief. Her past legal work includes defending San Francisco residents in unlawful detainer (eviction) actions and defending youth in expulsion hearings. Originally from the Philippines, she came to the Bay Area in 2002 and has remained here since. She earned an associate's degree at Skyline College, a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz and a law degree from UC Berkeley School of Law.