Welcome to the Titan Dreamers Resource Center!
The Titan Dreamers Resource Center (TDRC) and the Chancellor’s Office would like to invite you to the event “Latest Update on the DACA Program ” happening on Friday, September 15th, 2023, from 12:00 – 1:15 PM .
Ways to connect and get support
Speak to a CAPS Counselor
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has same day virtual appointments available to students who have been affected by the Supreme Court decision.
Access these virtual appointments by calling the CAPS front desk at
(657) 278-3040, Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
To speak with a therapist outside of normal business hours call CAPS at (657) 278-3040 or text "home" to 741741
In collaboration with CARECEN, The Titan Dreamers Resource Center at California State University, Fullerton hosted a webinar on Tuesday, June 23rd 2020 to hold space for students, staff, faculty, and allies to better understand the United States Supreme Court's decision to uphold and protect the DACA program and it's long term effects.
Please feel free to watch the recording of the Home is Here Webinar and review the Home is Here Presentation.
The Titan Dreamers Resource Center fully supports the Black Lives Matter movement and our Black students, staff and faculty. You can see a letter of support that was written in June of 2020 here: Statement of Solidarity
The Titan Dreamers Resource Center provides undocumented students and those from mixed-status families with academic and emotional support, referrals to financial assistance and immigration services, information on programs and services that improve retention and graduation rates, and a comforting environment where students can connect with one another.
Who We Are
The TDRC was founded on April 23, 2014. The TDRC is the first resource center for undocumented students in the CSU System. In Fall of 2012, the undocumented student population was estimated at over 500 at CSUF, and estimated at over 1,000 in Fall 2018. Dreamers Grad 2019, the year end celebration, was the largest ever; growing twice as large as the previous year.