More Universities Now Admit Undocumented Students, Including Yale

Oct 2, 2013 by

The list of universities that accept students who are in the country illegally continues to rise.

Notre Dame was the latest, adding itself to a list that includes Dartmouth, Stanford, Duke and the University of Chicago, CNN reports.

What’s more, “Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Yale, Harvard and Princeton say applicants are considered regardless of their citizenship and immigration status, but they wouldn’t comment on whether they currently have undocumented students enrolled,” CNN reports.

“These universities also say that undocumented students are eligible for financial support.”

The article quotes Yale University junior Juan Carlos Cerda, who said he knows of at least three other students at Yale who are undocumented.

As previously reported by The College Fix, Notre Dame’s decision was done to ”strengthen our incoming class and give deserving young people the chance for a Notre Dame education,” Don Bishop, associate vice president for undergraduate enrollment, stated.

More Universities Now Admit Undocumented Students, Including Yale.

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