There is no end to what will be done for our Dreamers now is there? Of course the price of college for these folks is far below what it would cost U.S.citizens. Does anyone really think they will pay it? Plenty of scholarships are available. It is particularly nice that it is the so call “Labor” folks who are supporting this. But of course we need to raise a new generation of agitators and Marxists. Here we go-
According to its website, the program is “designed to give immigrant youth the opportunity to access higher education,” and will offer them “the opportunity to learn from influential Civil Rights leaders like Reverend James Lawson and Tom Hayden, Immigrant Youth Movement leaders, and academics and scholars from across the country.”
According to the NDU’s website,
A commitment to a left wing political pro labor-union ideology will be a condition of acceptance for all students, as specified in these requirements for admission listed on the website:
To be considered for admission to National Dream University you must:
(1) have graduated from a U.S. high school;
(2) a minimum cumulative 2.7 GPA;
(3) demonstrate commitment to immigrant/labor rights and social justice; (emphasis added)
(4) and submit a complete application by October 5, 2012. H/T: Breitbart
University of California, Los Angeles professors formed a collective they call “National Dream University,” which aims to allow American Dream Act-eligible students to enroll in online courses at $65 per credit, according to LA Weekly.
The effort was organized by the UCLA Center for Labor Research and the National Labor College. National Dream University would allow Dreamers — those undocumented students who can pay in-state tuition and qualify for federal financial aid — to take as many as six courses in 2013.
At the start of their lessons, approximately 30-35 students will travel to Maryland’s National Labor College, the AP reported. Then coursework is completed primarily online with a trip to UCLA at the semester’s end.
According to the AP, the year’s coursework will cost $2,490. Applications are due Oct. 5. Huffington Post