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MC: Multicultural Center & Resources

This guide promotes the Multicultural Center, related resources and national heritage months. This guide is created/maintained by the Sociology Librarian,

Soft opening of the UNT Multicultural Center Eagle Dreamers Resource Center on November 4, 2021 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. The resource center will expand resources, programming, collaboration, safe spaces, and training for the UNT community who need help in all aspects of DACA and undocumented status.

Dark green background with two white eagles soaring with wings outstretched. Text reads: November 4, Jade Ballroom Union, 3-5pm. Join the UNT community and the Multicultural Center in celebrating the opening of our Eagle Dreamers Resource Center. Light refreshments will be served.

UNT Resources for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students

UNT provides a wide range of support for DACA program students. Some research resources are listed on this page, but the best place to find information about support services, including legal help, emotional and physical health, financial aid, and government and community resources is the UNT DACA website:

This DACA library guide page is intended to pull together helpful UNT campus resources as well as UNT Libraries materials and links, as a subsection of the Multicultural Center & Resources host guide

Update: New Subject heading for DACA research in catalog

You can also search related topics such as: Undocumented immigrant children > Legal status, laws, etc. > United States (Updated, custom subject heading courtesy of UNT Libraries Cataloging department).

Featured Publication edited by UNT Professsor Nuñez-Janes, Mariela:

Current Gov info on DACA

U.S. Government reports current: 2020-

The resources below represent relatively recent materials in the collections of the UNT Libraries. Some are e-books, accessible on campus or anywhere with your UNT EUID and password. Find more materials by searching the all the available library resources

Sycamore Library, in Sycamore Hall, have the expertise to help you navigate government agency websites and policies. Special thanks to Sycamore Library Head, Robbie Sittel, for these links. Online services include

UNT Student Legal Resources

Student Legal Resources


Attorney Keisha Ware or  Attorney Associate Iftin Mohamed
Physical Location: Union 411  Email:
Phone: (940) 565-2614 
Forms to Start With:

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