OC Dream Resource Center

 


 

The mission of the Dream Resource Center at Oxnard College is to support Undocumented Students and their families. The center is a welcoming, safe place for undocumented students.

La misión del Centro de Recursos de Estudiantes Soñadores/Indocumentados del Colegio de Oxnard es apoyar a estudiantes y a sus familias. El centro es un lugar acogedor y un espacio seguro para estudiantes indocumentados.

FALL 2022 CENTER HOURS

(Check back often for updates)

 
Monday

8AM - 5PM

Closed 12PM-1PM for lunch

Tuesday

8AM - 5PM

Closed 12PM-1PM for lunch

Wednesday

8AM - 5PM

Closed 12PM-1PM for lunch

RETURNING IN SEPTEMBER 2022! DATE TBA: FREE OC Student Farmer's Market

Thursday

8AM - 5PM

Closed 12PM-1PM for lunch

Friday 8AM-12PM

 


 

Important Press Releases:

 

A message from Greg Gillespie, Chancellor of the Ventura County Community College District. 

 

Legal Support

Resources

 

Direct Campus Resources


OC Dreamers Club

Our mission is to create and sustain a safe space for all Undocumented Students and Allies; advocate, educate, encourage, and empower one another and our community; and host and participate in social events on campus.

Advisor:  Jose Maldonado, English Professor  jmaldonado@ vcccd.edu 

Co-Advisor: Fidelia Flores, Financial Aid Specialist (Staff)   fidelia_flores1@vcccd.edu


Financial Aid

Maria Ruth Cervantes

Financial Aid Specialist (Bilingual),  AB540 Liaison

rcervantes@vcccd.edu

805-678-5143

Fidelia Flores

Financial Aid Specialist, Foster Youth & Dreamer Resource Liaison

fidelia_flores1@vcccd.edu 

805-678-5139


Student Health Center 

Our OC Student Health Center is dedicated to supporting  OC undocumented students by providing free mental health support and medical visits. For questions or to book an appointment, please call (805) 678-5832. 


Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)

EOPS provides services to low income  and educationally disadvantaged students. It provides academic and financial support to students whose educational and socioeconomic backgrounds might prevent them from successfully attending college, and inspires students to succeed in their personal and educational goals, which may be to transfer to a four-year university, occupational development, general education, second language acquisition, and/or basic skills development.

Contact EOPS: