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Latina/o Studies Program stands with our students

September 7, 2017

We in the Latina/o Studies Program and Latina/o Student Success Office support our students in the stressful circumstances of these last days, including the grave concerns raised by the Trump administration rescission of DACA.  We stand with you and can help you identify and navigate campus and external resources; stop by the office in 4th floor Rockefeller or contact Juliette Ramirez Corazon at for advice and orientation. 

Available Services

For assistance and more information, Cornell offers several informational and counseling services and posts updates on immigration-related executive orders.

Cornell Law School has set up a program to provide free legal advice to undocumented Cornell students who may wish to consult with a lawyer about the implications of national immigration policy shifts for their immigration status. And a team of law school faculty offer legal assistance in the form of representation for DACA students for which a legal representation fund has been established. For assistance, contact or call 607-254-4638.

Cornell students and scholars with concerns relating to immigration status can always contact the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs ( or the Dean of Students Office (