The purpose of the federally-funded College Assistance Migrant Programs (CAMP) is to provide academic and financial support to assist students with migrant and seasonal farm work backgrounds in entering college and being successful. The CAMP program at CSU Pueblo is in partnership with Kansas State University.
- Academic advising
- Scholarship to assist with tuition, fees, housing, and other expenses
- Tutoring and college skills development
- Career exploration
- Mentoring, emotional, and social support
- Have been employed or parents have been employed in migrant or seasonal farm work for at least 75 days in the past 24 months
- Have high school diploma or GED
- Have not entered college or have earned less than 30 credit hours
- U.S. Citizen or permanent resident
- Enrolled or admitted for enrollment at CSU Pueblo
For more information about the CAMP program, call (719) 549-2402 or stop by the office in the Center for International Programs and Inclusive Excellence in OSC 104/106.