Students in the Workers and Immigrants Rights Advocacy Clinic represent Connecticut Students for a DREAM (C4D), a statewide organization of immigrant youth and their family and allies, in a campaign to make state financial aid available without regard to immigration status. On behalf of C4D, students researched and drafted a rulemaking petition that was filed with the Connecticut Board of Regents of Higher Education, Office of Higher Education of Connecticut, and the Board of Trustees for the University of Connecticut on March 6, 2014. The petition asks the agencies to expand access for undocumented students to institutional aid across the public education system in Connecticut.
Connecticut Board of Regents, Re: Petition for Rulemaking: Connecticut Students for a Dream, April 2, 2014
Petition for Rule-Making to Promulgate Regulations Governing Financial Aid Eligibility for Students Attending Connecticut Institutions of Higher Learning, March 6, 2014
- Op-ed, Noncitizen UConn Student Shut Out Of Financial Aid, The Hartford Courant, December 12, 2014
- Editorial, Open Financial Aid To Undocumented Students Hartford Courant, March 11, 2014
Kathleen Megan, Undocumented Students Seek Access To State College Aid, Hartford Courant, March 6, 2014
- Kathleen Megan, Undocumented Students Seek Access To State College Aid, CT Now, March 6, 2014
Soñadores de Connecticut piden ayuda financiera, Univision, March 6, 2014