Graduate School

The resources listed here contain legal and practical information for undocumented students who are contemplating or currently pursuing a graduate school education.

My Undocumented Life has a lot of resources for prospective, current, and former undocumented graduate students, such as a webinar about the application process, information about funding opportunities, and a national network of graduate students to connect with.

Immigrants Rising Scholarship & Fellowship List:  has a curated of scholarships and fellowships that do not require proof of U.S. citizenship. the list has general application eligibility requirements, including education level, region/state, and immigration status (e.g. DACA, TPS, in-state tuition eligibility). Only opportunities with due dates within the next 180 days are shown in the list. 

Navigating Graduate School: Resource Guide for Undocumented Students includes a lot of helpful information, especially when it comes to navigating dentification requirements for entrance exams like the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, and DAT.

Areli Tamayo’s Navigating Grad School for Undocumented Students Guide

New York State Youth Leadership Council’s Undocu-Grad School Guide contains information about preparing for and attending graduate school, using your degree after graduate school, and helpful tips and considerations.

UndocuPhDs is a collective of undocumented PhDs who share resources/guidance on Instagram (@undocuphds).