June 5, 2019
The Partner College Weekly
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 : https://www.dropbox.com/request/VKyS3Qq3s2Xh5hLULYAD 

Scholars at the colleges below are eligible to use their award for Summer courses:
Questions? Email: Elena.Salorio@thedream.us
HR 6, the American Dream and Promise Act, Passed in the House of Representatives
On June 4th, Congress passed HR 6, the American Dream and Promise Act in the House of Representatives. We know many Scholars, allies, and our PCs have questions on what is next. This act would replace DREAMers’ current uncertainty with permanent citizenship and a chance to fully contribute to the country they call home. While this is an exciting win for the immigrant community, the process for this bill to become law will be an uphill battle. The Senate will have to take on the bill, vote on it, and then the President would also have to sign it.
One key thing to remember is that the passage of this bill in the House of Representatives does not mean this bill is a law. Please be aware of potential scammers and misinformation that may spread on this legislation.
New Scholar Welcome - August 1st at 2 pm EST
We encourage you to reserve rooms on your campus now to bring your new Scholars together for our Aug 1st New Scholar Welcome, live from New York City at 2:00 pm EST.

Note: The New Scholar Welcome will not be an orientation to our Scholarship policies as it has been in the past. This year, we sent New Scholars their Scholarship Program Guide via DocuSign to read and sign. The purpose of the New Scholar Welcome is to foster a sense of community among Scholars, and inspire them to successfully start their college journey while taking care of their well-being. 
TheDream.US: American Public Strongly Supports DREAMers’ Citizenship and Increased Access to Higher Education
Washington, DC –  New polling  released this week finds overwhelming public support for DREAMers, including for policies that would make DREAMers eligible for citizenship and increase their access to higher education.
Conducted by the Global Strategy Group on behalf of FWD.us, the new  polling  finds that the public broadly supports policies that would increase DREAMers’ eligibility for in-state tuition at public colleges and universities .