The State Hornet

Incidents on campus unnerve undocumented students

State Hornet Staff

March 16, 2016

Sacramento State is endeavoring to be a diverse, inclusive campus community, but some undocumented students do not feel safe.On Wednesday, March 9, Rosa Isela Barrientos, a junior majoring in Chicano studies and government, said she walked by a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol car parked in the vicinity o...

Sac State held an undocumented student success workshop

Brian Ratto

October 27, 2015

A panel of faculty, staff and graduate students discussed what it takes to become a graduate student and ways they succeeded with the help of the Dreamer Resource Center on Monday, Oct. 19. The panel was led by Rhonda Rios Kravitz, dean emeritus at Sacramento City College. Kravitz asked pan...

Undocumented students talk of struggle, search for solutions

Matthew Malone

November 18, 2014

Sacramento State students and alumni and a high school student gathered in The Well to share their experiences with living undocumented in the U.S. as well as their ideas to help other students in the same situation succeed in college.The nine panelists were brought to the U.S. illegally as children. Sev...

New bill, AB 540, allows undocumented students access to higher education before naturalization

Fabian Garcia

April 23, 2013

Sacramento State’s educational experience can be quite different for students who were born in this country compared to those who were not. Youths who are undocumented in California, and have been here for a majority of their lives, must essentially maintain three statuses to affordably attend an in...