Public universities in Arizona are working to expand lowered tuition rates to illegal immigrants who graduated from Arizona high schools. This coming after President Trump eliminated enrollment in the DREAM Act created by President Obama. For several years, Arizona universities have had their illegal immigrant students that were enrolled in DACA pay more than in-state students, but less than out-of-state students. Now that DACA enrollment has been frozen, university boards are confused about how they will decide tuition rates for students who are in America illegally. Future students who are unable to enroll in DACA desire access to the lower tuition rates like those students who came before them. The Board of Regents is taking on this task due to the fact that lawmakers did not attempt to work on legislation on the same topic.