Maryland Dream Act
As an open-admission institution, Garrett College grants admission to all students regardless of immigration status. Maryland Senate Bill 167 enacted in the 2011 Session of the Maryland General Assembly, also known as the Dream Act, 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: I-797C (DACA Approval Notice)