Undocu Support & Network
Local for Students:
Student Organization: RISE (Rising Immigrant Students through Education)
Rising Immigrant Scholars through Education (R.I.S.E.) is a student-run organization at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo that seeks to create a more inclusive environment for undocumented students.
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Local for Allies:
UndocuAlly Working Group
The UndocuAlly Working Group at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is comprised of faculty, staff, administrators, and students dedicated to creating an UndocuFriendly Cal Poly. The work of the group is guided by the needs and experiences of undocumented students on campus, including students who utilize the Cal Poly Dream Center and students active with the on-campus student club Rising Immigrant Scholars through Education (RISE).
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Local for Community Members:
Central Coast Coalition for Undocumented Student Success
The Central Coast Coalition for Undocumented Student Success (CCC-USS) is a partnership between educators on the Central Coast who are dedicated to creating and sustaining a system to support undocumented students in our region so that they can achieve their personal and professional goals. This support system operates in three committees: Education, Community, and Political Advocacy.
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Statements of Campus Support
September 5, 2017: Link to Letter from President Jeffrey D. Armstrong and the President's Leadership Cabinet
- September 5, 2017: Link to ASI President Support Letter
September 7, 2017: Link to Letter from Cal Poly Faculty Staff Associations
September 7, 2017: Link to Letter from the Spanish Authorization for Bilingual Educators Program in the School of Education at Cal Poly
In July 2017, updates to the Cal Poly University Police Department's "Policy 428: Immigration Status Policy" were approved and implemented. This policy clarifies that:
Primary jurisdiction for enforcement of federal immigration laws concerning unlawful entry into the United States rests with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), not with the University Police.
The University Police will not enter into agreements with state or local law enforcement agencies, ICE, or any other federal agency for the enforcement of federal immigration law, except as consistent with California Government Code §§7282 et seq. or as required by law.
Learn more about campus policies and procedures by reading Poly 428 in full. Link to Policy 428: Immigration Status Policy.
The University Police Department will not honor ICE immigration hold requests, unless doing so is consistent with California Government Code § 7282.5 or as required by law.
Individuals will not be contacted, detained, questioned, or arrested solely on the basis of being or suspected of being an undocumented immigrant, except as required by law.