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Undocumented Initiatives


What does it mean to be an undocumented student?

Undocumented students are immigrants who have either entered the United States without official inspection or have overstayed their visa. They represent a variety of ethnicities, nationalities, genders, sexual identities, abilities, classes, religions, and experiences. Undocumented students may have lived in the United States for a significant portion of their lives and identify as Americans. Most importantly, they arrive at college with the same motivation and dreams as any other student.

Our Mission: 

To create an empowering, inclusive, equitable, and supportive culture for undocumented students at Washington State University and beyond.

What we do to help:

  • Provide undocumented students with excellent services and resources that support their academic, professional, and leadership development.
  • Partner with other institutions in higher education, school districts, and community organizations to share best practices to support undocumented students.
  • Train faculty and staff at WSU, as well as educators from other institutions, to create access and increase support for undocumented students across the entire educational pipeline. 
  • Engage the campus and broader community through a variety of events and initiatives to generate dialogue, increase awareness, and build empathy with and for undocumented students and other immigrant and refugee communities.

Where to find us:

Pullman Campus - Compton Union Building, Room 421B

Upcoming Events in Pullman





Free Immigration Law Consultations

Mondays and Wednesdays


10:00am – 12:00pm



4:00pm – 6:00pm

CUB 408 and 402A

Crimson Group Meetings



Senate Room, CUB 204

Mariposas Poderosas



CUB 421

University of Idaho Free Immigration Law Consultations

Saturday, December 7th and December 14th

10:00am – 12:00pm

University of Idaho College of Law, Menard Law Building (Room 09), 711 SW Rayburn St, Moscow

Resources for Safety and Support

The following resources can help you organize your contacts and resources:

  • United We Dream Notifica App - allows you (and your family and friends) to sends out secure messages to your support network if you are at risk of detainment or deportation. 
  • Fill out a G-28 Form in the event that you are detained and need legal representation.
  • Report incidents with Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN) at 1-844-724-3737.


The Crimson Group and Undocumented Initiatives' event "Crimson for a Cause" fundraiser was held on October 24th, 2019. The event was a huge success, bringing together our community in support of undocumented students. Most importantly, around $10,000 was raised. Because of that money raised, we have been able to create the DACA Renewal Reimbursement fund and an Emergency Assistance fund. For more information and to apply, go to the following links: