Immigration Advocates Network


Immigration resources for nonprofit advocates, organizers and service providers. Please visit the Immigration Advocates Network for more information.


DREAM Undocumented Student Ally Training


Sponsored by Loyola's Department of Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs (SDMA), Share the Dream Undocumented Student Ally Training is a three-hour workshop offered to university faculty, staff, and students. The workshop is designed to help participants learn about the experiences and perspectives of undocumented students.

  • More information is available on the SDMA website.  

Immigrant Legal Resource Center


The mission of the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) is to work with and educate immigrants, community organizations, and the legal sector to continue to build a democratic society that values diversity and the rights of all people. Please visit the Immigrant Legal Resource Center website to learn more.


National Immigrant Justice Center


The National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC) provides comprehensive legal services to low-income immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.


Post-Election Resources


The Center for the Human Rights of Children in collaboration with the Student Diversity & Multicultural Affairs (SDMA), and the Loyola University Chicago Dreamer committee has compiled the following list of resources from experts and organizations at the university, local, state, and national levels who are dedicated to protecting the rights of vulnerable populations including undocumented youth. This includes direct services (mental health, health, legal), advocacy organizations, as well as resources to support inclusive classrooms or organizations. This list is not inclusive of all organizations, but can be a start to help respond to student needs and questions. We will do our best to update this list as resources are produced and shared.


Subpoena Policy


Learn more about the Loyola University Chicago Subpoena Policy.


US Citizenship and Immigration Services


Do you have questions about current legislation or federal resources related to DACA? Please visit the US Citizenship and Immigration Services website to learn more.