APRU Presidents in US and Canada Respond to Executive Order
February 6, 2017

APRU members in the United States (US) and Canada are deeply concerned about the recent US Presidential Executive Order on immigration.

Below are statements made by these APRU members in response to this policy. This list is not all-inclusive and is being updated on a regular basis.

California Institute of Technology
President Thomas F. Rosenbaum’s statement on the Executive Order

Stanford University
Stanford’s support for our international and undocumented community

University of British Columbia
UBC Statement in Response to U.S. Executive Order

University of California
UC Office of the President Statement on President Trump’s Executive Order (signed by all University of California presidents/chancellors)
Guidance for the UC Community on the Executive Order Affecting Visa Processes and Entry into the United States

University of California, Berkeley
Chancellor Nicholas Dirks’ Statement Regarding Federal Executive Order Restricting Immigration

University of California, Davis
Chancellor Ralph Hexter Statement: ‘We Embrace Scholars and Workers of All Backgrounds and Ideals
UC Davis Global Affairs

University of California, Irvine
Chancellor Howard Gillman’s Guidance on the Executive Order Affecting Visa Processes and Entry into the United States

University of California, Los Angeles
Message from Chancellor Gene Block, APRU Chair, and EVC Scott Waugh on Immigration Executive Order

University of California, Santa Barbara
‘We Stand Ready to Help’: A message from Chancellor Henry T. Yang on the executive order restricting immigration

University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
UH Keeping Close Watch on Impact of U.S. Travel Restrictions

University of Oregon
President Michael H. Schill and Provost Scott Coltrane Joint Letter: UO Values Global Engagement and Our International Scholars

University of Southern California
Supporting Our International Community

University of Washington
President Ana Marie Cauce’s Message: Supporting Our International Scholars and Students


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