Dream Center at College of San Mateo - Overview
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Dream Center

Overview

Please note: Due to the shelter-in-place order announced for San Mateo County on 3/16/2020, our physical location on the College of San Mateo campus will be closed until further notice.

Summer 2021 Update:
  • The MCCDC will be offering virtual services by appointment only this summer! Make an appointment here with program staff: https://mccdcapps.as.me/ 
  • For summer academic counseling services please contact general counseling (650) 503-4207.

We are still available to serve you remotely. Please call our temporary number (650) 574- 6120, email us at csmmccdc@my.smccd.edu, or connect with us on Instagram @csm_mccdc and we will respond as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience.

The MCCDC is offering Free Legal Services! Services will be offered via phone. For appointments sign up at www5.apptoto.com/b/iibaatmccdc or contact our legal partners Immigration Institute of the Bay Area at (415) 528-6004.

If you are seeking food, housing or any other community resource, please call 211, contact your nearest San Mateo County Core Agency or CSM Sparkpoint.

Contact Us


Multicultural & Dream Center
College Center Building 10
Room 180
csmmccdc@my.smccd.edu
(650) 574-6120

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Summer Hours
Mon/Wed/Thu 8:00 am - 5 pm
Tue 8:00 am - 6 pm 
Fri CLOSED 

Attention 2021 Graduates! Check out this year's asynchronous Migration Celebration! The website includes special messages from staff & faculty, fun backgrounds & a keynote speaker! Congratulations! https://smccd.edu/migration21/ 

Are you concerned about immigration and undocumented community issues? The Multicultural and Dream Center can help you with issues like AB 540 admissions, DACA, the California Dream Act, and more. We are here to answer questions and provide support in a welcoming and safe space.

The CSM Multicultural and Dream Center is a safe haven designed to holistically support and nurture the academic, social, emotional, and financial well-being of our undocumented community by providing counseling services, workshops, and connections to on and off-campus resources.