The reason is a ‘lack of commitment’.

Daily Bruin reports.

Undocumented students call on UC to address unfulfilled commitments

Undocumented students from different University of California campuses assembled Monday outside the UC Office of the President in Oakland to express their frustration about what they called a failure to address issues that affect undocumented students.

About 30 students from nine different UC campuses gathered to issue a joint statement in response to the University’s lack of support and communication regarding undocumented student issues, said Magdaleno Rosales, a third-year anthropology student who attended the protest.

“We wanted to put forward a statement saying we will no longer let the UC be unresponsive to undocumented students,” Rosales said.

The UCOP’s decision to halt efforts to increase student representation on the President’s Advisory Council on Undocumented Students prompted students to organize the protest, said Vlad Stoicescu Ghica, a fifth-year political science major, an event organizer and co-chair of Improving Dreams, Equality, Access and Success, or IDEAS, at UCLA.