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November 29, 2016
Leaders of California’s three systems of public higher education sent a joint letter to President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday urging him to allow students who are in the country illegally to continue their educations without fear of deportation.

The California entreaty comes after more than 300 college presidents signed an open letter to the country’s leaders pushing for DACA to be continued...
University of California System-Wide Faculty Statement of Support for UC Dream Scholars
November 23, 2016
We recently have witnessed an increase in acts of hate and intimidation on college campuses and elsewhere, especially against members of immigrant communities. As UC faculty, we feel compelled to reaffirm our deep and abiding commitment to the education of all our students—to every member of our diverse academic community here at the University—and we are in solidarity against any hostile acts and policies that might undermine that commitment.

November 16, 2016
With the president-elect expected to end Daca protections, students fear for their futures – but the University of California has offered a glimmer of hope. (Nov. 13, 2016) 
November 16, 2016
A growing movement, in wake of Trump’s victory, calls on colleges to limit cooperation with federal immigration officials. Legal and political impacts are unclear.

The election of Donald Trump to the presidency has prompted a growing number of petitions signed by students, faculty members and alumni at colleges and universities across the country calling on their institutions to limit their cooperation with federal immigration enforcement authorities and to declare theirs “sanctuary campuses.”