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Resources for DREAMERS

Counseling Center Services

 Welcome Bobcat Dreamers! We recognize that your resilience, resourcefulness and perseverance has gotten you into college.  We also know that Dreamers face unique challenges that may impact your academic performance and personal well-being.  Meeting with a counselor can help in your adjustment to college and in resolving personal and academic concerns that you may face as you work toward achieving your educational goals. Counselors can help with concerns including feelings of loneliness and isolation, uncertainty about the future, low mood, anxiety, family and relationship stress and overall well-being.

 The counseling services are free and confidential for currently enrolled students.  The services include individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, consultation, stress and mood management workshops, online resources and referrals.  Please call 512-245-2208 or click here for information on how to set up an initial consultation.


The Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion (SDI)

The OSDI maintains a comprehensive listing of on-campus and community resources that may be helpful to DREAMERS (Undocumented and DACAmented students).

Click here for the OSDI page for Undocumented and DACAmented students.

S.C.O.P.E.  (Student Community of Progressive Empowerment)

S.C.O.P.E. is the Texas State University student organization whose  purpose is to support and serve DREAMERS (undocumented or DACA students). For more information, send an email to :

Visit the SCOPE webpage.

Additional Resources for Dreamers