College Assistance Migrant Program
CAMP is a federally funded program designed to assist first-year college students from migrant and seasonal farm worker families pursue higher education. Established nationally in 1972, CAMP is now part of the University of Washington and offers pre-college transition and first year assistance to help students develop the skills necessary to ensure continued enrollment and eventual graduation.
Click here for UW CAMP Application >>
2012-13 Eligibility Form
Click here for UW CAMP Eligibility Form >>
Click here for CAMP Student Calendar >>
2011 CAMP Scholars Recognition: ¡Sí se pudo!
On May 28, 2011, the UW CAMP Program recognized its very first cohort of CAMP Scholars for successfully completing their first year at the University of Washington. Family and friends came from all over the state of Washington to join in this celebration. ¡Felicidades 2010-2011CAMP Scholars!
Washington State CAMP Consortium Student Leadership Conference
Ten UW CAMP students were selected to participate in the 2011 Washington State CAMP Consortium Leadership Conference. Taking place at CAMP Gifford in Spokane, WA UW CAMP students participated in a weekend filled with high rope course and learned leadership skills through the Secondary Education for Migrant Youth (SEMY) leadership curriculum. By the end of the conference CAMPers gained self-confidence and strengthened their leadership skills. At the end of the conference, particpating CAMP students committed to hosting a leadership conference for high school migrant youth on their campus within the next academic year. UW CAMP students will host their conference in Fall 2011!
University of Washington Welcomes CAMP Program
The 2010-2011 Academic Year marked the first year of the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at the University of Washington’s Seattle Campus. The UW CAMP is one of three programs that make up the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity’s Counseling Services division (OMA&D-CS). Working alongside TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) and the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), the CAMP Program is designed to assist first-year college students from migrant/seasonal farm working families attending the UW by providing academic and personal support, financial assistance, peer mentoring, and leadership opportunities. UW CAMP is federally funded to serve 50 participants each year.