Information for DACA Students
September 6, 2017
It is very disappointing that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has been rescinded. The situation is fluid as there may be a congressional response during the next six months. Wentworth will continue to monitor this situation and provide updates.
Our students who are DACA recipients play a vital role in the success of our Institute, and in the vitality and strength of this nation. The Institute is invested in the success of our DACA students. We will be reaching out individually to our DACA students to provide support.
If you have any questions, please contact Keiko Broomhead, vice president for Enrollment Management (email@example.com / 617-989-4034) or Annamaria Wenner, vice president for Student Affairs/dean of students (firstname.lastname@example.org / 617-989-4410).
I thank you for your continued support for all members of our campus community, and your shared commitment to maintaining a culture of respect and inclusivity.
Dr. Zorica Pantić
Wentworth Institute of Technology
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