May 8, 2019
The Partner College Weekly
Check your Applicant or Scholar Report in your ISTS Portal and reach out to your new Scholars
Thanks to your efforts, we had a record 1,057 Scholars accept our award. Now we all need to work to ensure they enroll. Please check your applicant or PC Scholar report for a list of those who accepted and check to ensure that they have applied and/or paid their deposits to attend your college. If they have not, please reach out and encourage them to do so. 

You can determine which of your awardees have accepted the Scholarship by running the ISTS TheDream.US National Applicant Report , using these filters: 

- Program: “TheDream.US National Scholarship Program (2019-20)” 
- Status: “Winners” 
- Report Key: Enter your Report Key
- Once you run and download the report in excel, you will be able to filter on those who have accepted, declined, or not yet responded (Column BA).
Stoles for Spring 2019 Grads
Scholars have been reaching out to us to request stoles. If you submitted a Spring 2019 Grad List, please let your Scholars know when and where to pick up their stole and other graduation memorabilia. (If you require extra stoles, please email .)

Please encourage them to join our Alumni Network ( see overview video here).

If a graduate really does not wish to join the Alumni Network, you may still give them a stole.
Summer EVR Form - Due August 1st
Please use this Summer EVR Form to report the tuition and fees for Scholars taking Summer 2019 courses. Upload the completed form via this secure Dropbox link by August 1st : 

Scholars at the colleges below are eligible to use their award for Summer courses:
Questions? Email:
A Big Thank You for Driving Scholar Survey Completion!
Almost 2,000 Scholars participated in the first annual TheDream.US Scholar Survey!

So little is known about the experiences of attending college undocumented and we so appreciate your support in amplifying Scholar voices and collecting feedback on our program. 

Thank you!
Rutgers-Newark Chancellor writes op-ed in Support of DREAMers
Standing with our students: Congress must pass the American Dream and Promise Act

"As chancellor of Rutgers University – Newark and president of Illinois Institute of Technology, we have witnessed firsthand the phenomenal contributions that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program recipients, Dreamers and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) students make each and every day to the academic environment, the professional network, and campus culture of our nation’s universities and the broader communities that we serve..."