The Non-Citizen and Immigrant Task Force (NITF) serves as the contact between undergraduate students and administration on all matters immigration-related. 

As an integral branch of the undergraduate student government, we work extensively with University policy and administrators, members of the Board of Regents, and legislators at the local and federal level in order to advocate for independence, success, and self-sufficiency among non-citizen and immigrant students. By providing a platform for issues brought up by the affected communities, we hope to foster the potential for growth among all students, via our focus on non-citizen and immigrants.  


The task force is inclusively seeking individuals of all backgrounds who are passionate about collaboratively developing a thriving environment that creates opportunities, upholds student well-being, and helps tackle issues pertaining to non-citizens and immigrants on campus.

Reach out to NITF Task Force Chair Arshia Hussain at with any questions, comments, or concerns!

Storytelling Project

NITF is seeking students who identify as being a Non-Citizen/Immigrant to share their stories, which will be featured on MSA social media platforms. The goal of this project is to raise awareness of the difficulties that non-citizen/immigrant students face and present these stories to change the climate in which non-citizens/immigrants are perceived.

Please consider sharing your story below!


Immigrant Response Team Drop-In Hours:

Renter's Rights:

Minnesota Student Association 

300 Washington Avenue S.E.

Minneapolis, MN 55455