We Rigorously Collect And Analyze Data On All Aspects Of Our Program
We not only follow the academic performance of our 5,000+ Scholars and our partnerships with our 70+ Partner Colleges, but we also implement original surveys that shed a unique light on what it means to be an undocumented college student and a DREAMer serving institution.
Every Fall, we review the achievements of our Scholars and program partners from the previous academic year. Our annual Progress Report is a more nuanced, detailed look at our Scholars’ academic and professional outcomes, as well as new organizational developments.
See our latest report on how our Scholars are doing.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS TheDream.US 2019-2020 Scholar Survey Report
Results From a National Survey of TheDream.US Scholars
SCHOLAR SURVEY REPORTS: IN THEIR OWN WORDS
2019-2020 – IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Annual Survey Highlighting Impact of COVID-19 on Scholars’ academic journey and person well-being
In May through mid-June, 2020, TheDream.US administered its second Annual Scholar Survey to better understand our Scholars’ college experiences and the contexts in which they are navigating their college and career journeys. The results provide a unique picture of the impact of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic and continuing uncertainty of DACA on our Scholars’ academic journey and personal well-being. Report here
March 2020 – In Their Own Words: The Impact of Covid19 on DREAMers.
To understand the current needs of our Scholars during the Covid-19 crisis TheDream.US surveyed our 3,700+ Scholars. Survey was launched on Monday, March 23rd and closed on Tuesday March 24th. 1679 Scholars completed the Survey; a 44.6% response rate. Report here
2018 – IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Higher Education, DACA, and TPS
In April of 2018, TheDream.US undertook a national, online survey of its Scholars, resulting in responses from over 1,400 Scholars. The survey results provide a unique picture of TheDream.US’s Scholars, including employment and educational gains. The survey responses also paint a portrait of the uncertainty and anxiety that Scholars face in a difficult immigration climate, particularly with the forthcoming end of DACA and TPS. Report here