This webpage contains links to resources for those affected by changes to the federal government’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. It also contains an archive of President Gitenstein’s messages on the issue detailing her advocacy efforts as well as links to statements issued or co-signed by her.
While the college cannot provide legal advice to individuals about DACA, students with general questions may contact Student Affairs at 609-771-2201. Employees may contact the Office of Human Resources at 609-771-2282.
Feeling distressed about DACA?
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides confidential and private counseling. CAPS will not report who uses their services or the content of therapy sessions without an individual student’s permission. Services are “pre-paid” as part of your tuition and fees and accessible to all students.
The Rutgers Immigrant Justice Clinic
The Rutgers Immigrant Justice Clinic is hosting two events that include a presentation and question and answer session and free assistance with renewal applications for eligible DACA beneficiaries (which applications will not be accepted by the federal government after October 5, 2017).
If you are planning to attend the event in Newark, be sure to also view the information for the Camden event because it contains additional helpful information. Any TCNJ students or employees who need assistance with transportation to one of these events, should contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at 609.771.2201 or email@example.com. The office is located in Brower Student Center 201.