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Our Mission

the mission of the Mason DREAMers is to create a more inclusive environment for undocumented students through education and advocacy.

Since our establishment in the fall of 2011, Mason DREAMers has grown to be one of the most active and influential student organizations at George Mason University. We educate, inspire, and take action to break barriers created by the current broken immigration system in the United States.

In the past five years, we have created educational initiatives, events and resources to advocate for undocumented students within and outside of George Mason University. These have included 

Dream Week

Immigration Monologues

High School Outreach Initiatives

UndocuAlly trainigs

Become An Ally

Modeled after the UndocuAlly trainings conducted at UC Berkeley, Mason DREAMers introduced its first UndocuAlly training in the Spring semester of 2014. This training is designed to educate faculty, students, and staff at Mason on the history, legislation, and the current realities of the undocumented community. Our goal is to cultivate a more supportive environment for undocumented students through education.

Upon completing the training, “UndocuAllies” serve as knowledgeable campus resources for undocumented students seeking support. The trainings are typically four hours long, composed of several interactive and informative activities. Participants will leave training with an understanding o.

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9th Annual Immigration Monologues

9th Annual Immigration Monologues

Mason DREAMers, F1rst Gen Mason, Filipino Cultural Association of George Mason University, Hispanic Student Association, GMU Asian Pacific American Coalition, ΛΥΛ - La Unidad Latina - Alpha Delta Chapter- George Mason University, GMU Black Student Alliance, and The...



It is our pleasure to announce the first ever series of UndocuTalk this year! UndocuTalk will be a safe space where students can come out and openly express themself on a variety of topics between school and just personal life! We hope to see you all for our first ever meeting THIS Thursday 09/19 in the ODIME MPR room at 7PM! Feel free to bring snacks and questions as our first question of the semester will be, “How has the transition from high school or community college been for you?” We can’t wait to see you all!
Immigration 101: An Overview of U.S. Immigration Law

Immigration 101: An Overview of U.S. Immigration Law

“Do you ever wonder about immigration laws? What’s a visa, a green card, DACA? Have you ever wondered why immigrants don’t just apply for citizenship? Would you like to have a better understanding of immigration rules in a non-political format? St Aidan’s Episcopal...

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