About OASISS.

Our purpose is to provide DREAMer and immigrant students with the necessary tools and information to succeed in pursuing a higher education and professional career.

SERVICES 
These services are available to OASISS Students:

  • Bilingual Staff (English & Spanish)
  • Counseling (Academic, Career, and Personal)
  • Financial Aid Assistance: CA Dream Act application, CA College Promise Grant, scholarships 
  • Computer Lab
  • Printing Services
  • Semester Book Lending
  • Semester Technology Lending (laptops & calculators)
  • Referrals to Community & Campus Resources
  • Fellowship Resources
  • Specialized Workshops
  • University Field Trips
  • OASISS Graduation Stole

OASISS Application

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Anya Escamila

Tools & Resources

Resources to Support + Strengthen Your Studies

Our Staff.

OASISS Program Coordinator

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Paulina Lee Reza

Hi! I’m Paulina and I can help you with: 

  • Applying for financial aid and AB 540 applications 
  • Scholarships 
  • Community Referrals 
  • Organizing workshops you’d like to see 
  • Letters of recommendation 

If you have any questions, feel free to call 408-274-7900 x6499 or email us

OASISS Counselor

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Kathleen

 

Hi I’m Kathleen! Do you have questions about your academic education plan? Do you want to transfer? Talk about your education goals with our counselor! You can schedule an appointment at https://evesars.evc.edu/SARS/OASISS_Online/eSARS.ASP

OASISS Career Coach

Hi! I’m Karla. Launch and grow your career regardless of your status! We’ll work together so you can:

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Karla

 

  • Have an effective resume
  • Audit your social media for career success 
  • Offer consulting services
  • Negotiate your salary
  • Start a business
  • And, more...

You can schedule a Zoom appointment at https://evesars.evc.edu/SARS/OASISS_CareerCoach/eSARS.ASP

Keep In Touch.

Student Services Center, Room SC 214.
Monday - Thursday: 8am-5pm
Friday: 8am-1pm
P: 408-274-7900 x6079
E: evc.oasiss@evc.edu

Social Media:
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OASISS History.

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OASISS History

Steps to Apply to EVC as an AB 540 Student.

Here are the steps to take classes at EVC if you are an AB 540 student. 

AB 540 definition: Assembly Bill 540 is a California law that allows qualified students to pay in-state tuition at the State's institutions of higher education. Undocumented students who do not apply for AB 540 are charged international student fees which is more than double the tuition!
If you do not qualify for AB 540, meet with our program coordinator to talk about your options! 

Step 1: Apply for AB 540 Status: California Nonresident Tuition Exemption Request

Step 2: After you are approved as an AB 540 student, you can apply for the CA Dream Act or the CA College Promise Grant.

Step 3: Schedule an appointment with a counselor to figure out your classes. We can help you schedule an appointment via e-mail at evc.oasiss@evc.edu

Step 4: Register for your classes! If you need help, you can schedule a zoom meeting with us at evc.oasiss@evc.edu!
 

TAX INFORMATION FOR UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS
If you are planning on filing taxes this year, you can claim tuition paid to EVC or SJCC on your taxes for a student credit or deduction. If you cannot find your 1098-T form on MyWeb, please contact the District office at 1098T@sjeccd.edu.

EMPLOYMENT OPTIONS FOR IMMIGRANTS
A ITIN is a taxpayer identification number for individuals who are NOT U.S. citizens or permanent residents. To apply for a ITIN please visit: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw7.pdf