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Friday, February 24, 2017

Protecting CSU Students



What can students threatened with deportation at California State Universities do if they are approached by immigration officials? The Chancellor of the CSU system says to call the campus police, who will provide the students with resources for help. The campus police will not take part in deportation efforts as the CSU colleges work to protect their students.

CSU Chancellor Advises Students Contacted by Immigration Officials to Call Campus Police appeared in the Long Beach Press Telegram.

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