With help from professors in California, undocumented immigrants are closer to accessing an affordable college education, the Huffington Post reports. University of California, Los Angeles professors formed a collective they call “National Dream University,” which aims to allow American Dream Act-eligible students to enroll in online courses at $65 per credit, according to LA Weekly. The effort was organized by the UCLA Center for Labor Research and the National Labor College. National Dream University would allow Dreamers — those undocumented students who can pay in-state tuition and qualify for federal financial aid — to take as many as six courses in 2013.  At the start of their lessons, approximately 30-35 students will travel to Maryland’s National Labor College, the AP reported. Then coursework is completed primarily online with a trip to UCLA at the semester’s end. According to the AP, the year’s coursework will cost $2,490. Applications are due Oct. 5…

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