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San Diego State University has allocated a large budget to pay for its students’ Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals renewal application fees.
Administrators at the publicly-funded university set aside $130,000 to fund the fees, which costs $495 per individual.
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“This is a one time funding allocation not to exceed $130,000 and will be given to the SDSU Economic Crisis Response Team,” wrote D. Hayden Wills, VP of financial affairs at SDSU, in a memo to the Financial Affairs Committee in late September. “This could fund up to 262 student DACA renewals which we are told by the University would be sufficient.”
The memo added that the funds are considered “unclaimed property” at present, and received “after the 2017-2018 budget was approved and are currently unallocated.” News about the memo was disclosed by The College Fix on Thursday.
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According to SDSU’s website, the Economic Crisis Response Team are a group made up of administrators, students and school faculty who make sure “students experiencing food...
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