This LibGuide contains:
"How fear of deportation puts stress on families," The Atlantic, 3/22/2017
"Parents ask: What happens to my child if I am deported?" LA Times, 3/22/2017
"Immigrant advocates spread the word: Be prepared, be self-reliant, know your rights," LA Times, 3/23/2017
"Fear of deportation clouds future for undocumented immigrants in SLO County," The Tribune, 3/12/2017
Mental Health Services, including counseling on stress and/or anxiety related to the election and immigration. Call to make an appointment: San Luis Obispo Campus (805) 546-3171 or North County Campus (805) 591-6200 ext. 4207
Counseling, for questions related to courses, registration, financial aid and more. Drop-in, live-chat or call to make an appointment: San Luis Obispo/South County Center: (805) 546-3138 or North County Campus:(805) 591-6241
Cuesta College Superintendent/President Dr. Gil Stork's statement on the election impacts on Cuesta students.
Cuesta College Equity and Inclusion resources.
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office, resources for undocumented students in this the time of uncertainty about immigration policies related to the new administration in Washington D.C.