OMA&D Academic Counseling Services
College Assistance Migrant Program
Cohort 4 student Ruben Reyes created a video with fellow CAMP students to portray what CAMP means to them. Please click above to see what our students have to say!
UW CAMP Welcomes Cohort 6!
This year UW CAMP staff has the pleasure of welcoming 55 students to Cohort 6. Our students participated in a 2-day orientation that included attending OMA&D Welcome Daze as well as enjoying team building exercises to get to know each other and the staff.
Welcome Andres Huante to the CAMP Team!
UW CAMP is pleased to announce and welcome Andres Huante to the CAMP family! He is our new Recruiter and Academic Adviser and is excited to start working with fellow students who come from a similar background as his own. Andres is a true Husky, earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in 2014 and his Master of Education in 2015 from UW. If you are interested in getting to know more about Andres, feel free to visit him in Mary Gates. His door is always open.
University of Washington CAMP Program Refunded for Another Five Years!
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. CAMP has been refunded for another five years starting with the 2015-16 academic year. The CAMP staff is excited to continue serving students from migrant and/or seasonal farmworking backgrounds be successful at the UW.
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