Berkeley Receives $1M For Undocumented Students

The University of California, Berkeley is taking the DREAM Act a step further. On Tuesday, the school announced a $1 million scholarship fund specifically for undocumented students. The fund will help students like Jesus Chavez, 21, a slight, shy college senior who was brought to this country illegally at the age of 3. Chavez was raised in an agricultural town in California's Central Valley where he earned the grades and test scores to enroll at the highly competitive university.

Berkeley Receives $1M For Undocumented Students.