Jazmin Rojas Resendiz (she/her)
is a Student Navigator for the USC Student Navigator Network servicing Los Angeles students. Jazmin is from Zamora, Michoacán, Mexico but grew up in Anaheim, California, and is a first-generation DACAmented student who has overcome economic barriers in higher education. She graduated from Fullerton College with an Associate of Arts in Sociology in Spring 2019 and graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in Spring 2021. At UCLA, she became passionate as an AB540 Project Director for Improving Dreams Equity Access and Success (IDEAS) to advocate making higher education more accessible for undocumented students. She has a passion for sharing her experience to empower the community to navigate college and dismantle barriers. Currently, she is a second-year graduate student at USC’s Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. She is a huge mental health and self-care advocate who is working towards becoming a licensed mental health professional.