Prescott College Supports All Applicants Regardless of Immigration Status
Prescott College respects the contributions that Dreamers make to our community and the world.
Our Commitment: We welcome all applicants regardless of their citizenship and immigration status. We also enacted the Freedom Education Fund, where all Prescott College students pay an additional $30 to help defray the cost for Dreamers.
Education Equity for All: We offer financial aid to all Dreamers, including both undocumented and DACA-status students. Dreamers may apply for merit-based and need-based aid as well as endowed scholarships.
In-State Tuition Match
When Arizona’s state universities barred undocumented students from receiving in-state tuition, Prescott College offered grant aid to help meet in-state costs. Students who receive this grant are still eligible for additional need-based aid.
To be considered for need-based aid, students must first complete a paper FAFSA and return it to the Financial Aid office. This information is reviewed by Prescott College ONLY to consider students for institutional need-based aid.
Financial Aid: 928-350-1111
The Department of Homeland Security offers guidance for those granted DACA status or those considering applying for DACA.
The National Association for College Admissions Counselors’ Knowledge offers insight into the DACA program and how it pertains to college admissions.
Learn more about the fund or get involved: [email protected]
Get up-to-date information and resources for undocumented immigrants:
Code of Ethics, Professional Practices, and Best Practices
Prescott College is a member of the National Association of College Admission Counselors and the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals and, therefore, both adheres to the NACAC Code of Ethics and Professional Practices and the NAGAP Best Practices.
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