The UndocuAlly 101 is an educational training dedicated to increasing the UCLA community’s awareness of the unique needs of undocumented students. This training will be led by Enrique Campos.
Enrique began his academic career at El Camino Community College. He was the first in his family to attend college. He earned his B.A. from UCLA and went on to earn an M.A. in Education from CSU Long Beach, with an emphasis in a social and cultural analysis of education. In his professional experience, he has worked in college access and retention programs that support the well-being of students, especially those that come from under resourced and marginalized communities. He is excited to be back to UCLA to continue to work alongside undocumented students!
This program is open to all students in the Luskin Undergraduate Program!
Students not associated with the Luskin School, but are interested in attending, may contact our department at firstname.lastname@example.org.