In light of yesterday’s events in Charlottesville, we want to make clear that we stand with our students against all forms of bigotry and hatred. If you feel in any way threatened by yesterday’s events, or just need a faculty member to talk to, please see our list of faculty allies here. We stand with our students.

We are faculty and staff at U.S. colleges and universities who stand with our students affected by recent and future executive actions.

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student or a postdoctoral fellow, you can find a faculty or staff ally on your campus:

  1. Look up your campus on our allies page, or
  2. Email us if you can’t find your campus. We will help find an ally!

If you are a faculty or staff member at a U.S. university or college, you can sign on to be added to the list via our short form.

This website aggregates resources for undergraduate and graduate students as well as postdoctoral scholars currently or at risk of being harmed. We have included legal and practical resources from many organizations, academic resources, and we are in the process of compiling a list of faculty & staff allies for each university whom you can contact for support and guidance.

We are also compiling a list of stories of affected scholars to highlight the broad impact of these executive actions. Please contribute to the list.

Finally, if you are a student at a U.S. university or college and require assistance that you don’t find on this website, please send us an email and we will do our best to connect you with someone on your campus who can help. (Please do not include information about your status in this email, simply what you need and where you are, and we will try to assist you as best as possible by contacting someone at your institution.)

This project was launched by UCLA faculty members Graeme Blair, Darin Christensen, Michael Chwe, Erin Hartman, Chad Hazlett, Aliza Luft, and Maggie Peters with the advice and assistance of many faculty members, staff, and affected students at UCLA and other institutions. We are grateful also to staff from several immigration advocacy organizations who shared advice on our resources. This is an imperfect work-in-progress – please feel free to send us comments or questions.