Resources for Undocumented Students

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Penn for Immigrant Rights
Penn for Immigrant Rights (PIR) is a social and political advocacy group located on the University of Pennsylvania's campus. We are dedicated to opening up a dialogue about undocumented immigrants and immigration in general on campus while educating the university and greater Philadelphia community on issues facing many people in the United States.

For further questions and resources, please reach out to:
Penn for Immigrant Right's University Engagement Coordinators 
Pamela Fuentes (Pfuen@sas.upenn.edu), PIR UP Liaison
Daisy Romero (Romerod@sas.upenn.edu), PIR External Chair
Tiffany Rodriguez (Rtiff@sas.upenn.edu),  PIR Internal Chair


 Undocumented Students at Penn Frequently Asked Questions and Answers


Undocumented Student Scholarship

The Penn for Immigrant Rights Scholarship was established to provide funding for Philadelphia collegebound high school students regardless of their immigration status. This scholarship would be granted to select Philadelphia students following an application process evaluated by the Scholarship Committee of Penn for Immigrant Rights.PIR hopes this scholarship fund will help undocumented students, otherwise ineligible for most types of financial towards education.

The application can be found here.

Application Deadline: March 15, 2016  / Questions: Larissa Converti (converti@sas.upenn.edu), PIR Scholarship Coordinator 

Penn for Immigrant Right's University Engagement Coordinators