System-wide resources around immigration issues

Thursday, February 23, 2017

On all of our campuses, there are resources and key people to contact for more information and for assistance.

Crookston

Duluth 

Morris

Rochester

Twin Cities

  • A full list of resources and frequently asked quetions and answers on issues related to these issues can be found here.
  • For those in the community who may be affected by the Presidential Executive Order, here's a quick list of contacts and resources.

International students, scholars, and employees should contact International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) for visa advice and counseling opportunities. ISSS has created a page of information and resources specifically related to the executive order.

Students seeking immigration advice or other legal information related to entering or living in the U.S. should contact the University Student Legal Service or visit its immigration page.

Students can reach out to student mental health resources for support.

Cultural student centers and organizations are offering opportunities for students to connect and support one another.

Employees who are affected or have questions and concerns can contact the Office of Human Resources Employee Assistance Program.

For faculty with questions about how to address these issues in class, the Center for Educational Innovation offers consultations via their website and through TeachingSupport@UMN.

The Center for New Americans provides legal services for noncitizens, pursues litigation to improve our nation’s immigration laws, and supports noncitizens in the region through education and community outreach.