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West Virginia University has resources available for DACA recipients

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As a public land grant university committed to access to higher education, we join the Association of Public Land Grant Universities in asking the administration and Congress to act quickly to codify the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA, into law and establish a clear path forward for these individuals.

We encourage members of the West Virginia University community who seek additional information or assistance to contact the following resources:

  • WVU Office of Global Affairs, located at 200 Purinton House on the downtown campus (or call 304.293.6112).

  • Immigration Law Clinic in the College of Law, 101 Law School Drive (or call 304.293.5301). There are resources available to assist such students.

Many other resources are located on the Office of Global Affairs DACA Information website.