RATIONALE: The 2016 presidential election outcome has caused many San Francisco State University students, staff, and faculty a great deal of fear, anxiety, and insecurity about the future of undocumented campus community members and their families. Academic Senators have been approached directly by students, staff, and faculty with concerns about our campus remaining a safe and welcoming environment. There is growing concern that a climate of danger and uncertainty will adversely affect both the immediate educational success of our students and the longer-term quality of life experience of California’s families and communities. It is important for us to affirm the inherent rights to well-being and to address the individual and collective safety needs of all members of our campus community regardless of immigration status. Finally, this resolution is meant to lay the groundwork and articulate the need for a Dream Resource Center, which is a concrete way in which San Francisco State University can support our community.