Maryland Dream Act - Garrett College

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Maryland Dream Act

As an open-admission institution, Garrett College grants admission to all students regardless of immigration status. Maryland legislation provides the opportunity for some non-U.S. citizens who attended high school in Maryland to receive in-county or out-of-county tuition rates.

In order to qualify for this exemption, students must meet the specified eligibility requirements. For more information and detailed requirements, review guidelines in the Request & Affidavit for Exemption from Non-Resident Tuition Rates

DACA/Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (Federal "Dream Act")

DACA is a program introduced by the U.S. federal government which entitles qualifying undocumented individuals to receive a work permit, social security number, and other immigration benefits. Students who have been approved for DACA status should submit form I-797C (DACA Approval Notice).

Primary Designated School Official

Contact: Melissa S. Wass, Director of Admissions
Email: melissa.wass@garrettcollege.edu
Phone: 301-387-3746
Fax: 301-387-3038