Regarding Supreme Court and DACA

On June 18, 2020, the Supreme Court (5-to-4) rejected the U.S. administration's attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. We stand by Dreamers and welcome them to study here at Emerson College. If you have DACA status or are Undocumented, please reach out to an Admission counselor for additional information.

Emerson does not discriminate based on immigration status. This extends to how we treat individuals in the application process, as students, and in their roles as valued members of our community. Emerson College has been and will continue to be steadfast in its commitment to all who live, study and work at the College, including undocumented and DACA students.

Emerson College welcomes students who are undocumented or hold DACA status to apply using the regular admission process. Please disregard all requirements for international students, from application through acceptance.

Contact the Office of Graduate Admission with any questions related to your application. DACA and undocumented students are eligible for scholarships. Visit our Financial Support website for more information. 

For resources and information for DACA recipients and TPS beneficiaries, please view the Social Justice Center's website