Heritage University is committed to supporting ALL of our students to help them achieve their dreams. Information regarding events, support and resources related to immigration, DACA, and your rights will appear on this page.
Read President Bassett's letter dated November 11, 2016 to the Heritage University Students >>
Stephen Robbin visits Heritage University and shares legal advice with students, staff and faculty on immigration and what is to come in the post-election era.
The Mexican Consulate will be sending representatives to visit with students, faculty and staff to discus issues between our two nations -- date to be announced.
- HB-1079 Students -- In 2003, the Washington State Legislature approved HB (House Bill) 1079, an historic action that makes a college education much more affordable for certain undocumented students. Because it was approved as a state law, 1079 students are considered 'residents' for purposes of higher education. This means 1079 students are permitted to pay "in-state" tuition, or "resident" tuition rates, to attend Washington public colleges and universities.
- Hope Act SB-6523 -- Undocumented students in Washington state have the right to attend colleges and universities, and many qualify for state-funded financial aid because of the Washington Dream Act, also called the REAL Hope Act. You qualify if you can yes to three questions: 1) I have or will have graduated from a high school or will have obtained my GED in Washington state; 2) I have lived or will have lived in Washington state for three years before graduating from high school; and 3) I am currently attending or plan to attend a public college or university in Washington state.
Know Your Rights: Know what to do in the event of an immigration raid
Paying for College
Lend Your Voice
U.S. Congressman Dan Newhouse
Representing Washington's 4th District
View his website for contact information >>
Watch this important video about knowing your rights!