Prescott College welcomes all applicants regardless of their citizenship status. We respect the contributions dreamers make to our community and are committed to education equity for all, as social justice is a key value of our university. At Prescott College, the application process and financial aid are open to all applicants, including both undocumented and DACA-status students. Dreamers can receive merit-based and need-based aid as well as apply for endowed scholarships.
That's why Prescott College has started The Freedom Education Fund. The Freedom Education Fund is specifically for Dreamer applicants and made history as the second college in Arizona to apply a $30 fee to all on-campus students that is contributed to helping immigrant students attend the college. Read more about The Freedom Education Fund, as well as other resources for immigrants on this page in the below tabs. Also, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to get involved.
Code of Ethics, Professional Practices, and Best Practices
Prescott College is a member of the National Association of College Admission Counselors and the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals and, therefore, both adheres to the NACAC Code of Ethics and Professional Practices and the NAGAP Best Practices.