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Contact 1: January 16 – March 15
Contact 2: March 4 – April 26
Contact 3: April 15 – May 22



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Inaugural UndocuGraduation

The MSJC UndocuDREAMers’ UndocuGraduation is devoted to recognizing and celebrating Undocumented, DREAMer, AB540, and Mixed Status students and allies for their perseverance in persisting and attaining their college degree. This ceremony is a celebration for students, their family and those who have supported them on their journey thus far.
We create a traditional ceremony for our UndocuDREAMer students that illumniates their achievements, advocacy, and promotes their future successes. The ceremony also highlights the voices and experiences of those who came before the current class and the legacy the provided for them to be where they are today.
The Class of 2023 will be the inaugural UndocuGraduation Class. This year’s UndocuGraduation class consists of several founding members of the Eagle’s DREAMers Club at MSJC and a number of students who have been with EOPS through the evolution and creation of the UndocuDREAMers Program at Mt. San Jacinto Community College.


Unapologetic Experience Series

Menifee Valley Campus Room 250 | 3:00 - 5:00pm

Join us in an art experience in which we will explore how to care for ourselves through art expression. Light refreshments will be provided as we paint. Limited spots are available.

San Jacinto Campus Room 1250C | 5:00 - 7:00pm

Enjoy light refreshments as we watch and analyze the film No Le Digas a Nadien.
No Le Digas a Nadien
(Don't Tell Anyone) is a 2015 documentary film directed by Mikaela Shwer. It focuses on immigrant activist Angy Rivera as she shares her parallel journey of coming out of the shadows as undocumented and as a survivor of sexual abuse. Angy joins pro-immigration rallies and proclaims she is “undocumented and proud” - her compelling journey places a human face on the current national immigration debate

San Jacinto Campus Room 1212 | 3:00 - 5:00pm

Join us while we proudly host Mayra Barragan O'Brien, the Undocu Therapist, and learn about mental health awareness in the immigrant community. Mayra is a first-generation, undocumented Latina, graduate of CSUSB with a Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling Psychology. She is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. Her goal is to continue to work closely with immigrant and underrepresented communities as a mental health advocate.



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