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College Assistance Migrant Program

Events Calendar:

  First Day of Fall 2022 Semester   WSU Pullman campus
TBA WSU CAMP Orientation CAMP Point Falls, ID
  FRI, 09/02/22 12 - 1:30 PM First Friday Feed WSU Native American Students Center Cleveland Hall, 25B
  FRI, 09/02/22 5 PM Karaoke Night Kappa Delta Chi Sorority (KDChi)  
  FRI, 09/02/22 6 PM Open Expresso LTA Sorority  
  WED, 09/07/22 12 - 1 PM My Voice, My Story with Imposter Syndrome: Come by to learn about imposter syndrome, and have free food to enjoy!  CLSC & USC CUB 402 (CLSC)
  WED, 09/07/22 5 - 6 PM  WSU CAMP Workshop: Transportation WSU CAMP CAMP Study Hall/ Green LAB
  THU, 09/08/22 4 - 6 PM Welcome Back BBQ: Join us on Thursday for free food and a good time! WSU Native Programs Lawn Space Between Cleveland Hall and The Spark
    TUE, 09/13/22 10 AM -
2 PM
MECHA Chicharrones and Fruta Picada Sale  MECHA de WSU  Terrell Mall
  FRI, 09/08/22 5:30 PM Annual WSU Multicultural Fundraising Dinner ASWSU CUB Senior Ballroom
   TUE, 10/04/22  5 PM  Our Stories, Our Lives: Irwin Nasha Photographs of Yakima Valley Migrant Labor Crimson Group  Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU
   WED, 10/05/22  5 PM  Paint Night: Tote bags and Canvas  Mujeres Unidas  Wilson Short Room 08
  MON, 10/10/22 5 PM MECHA Movie Night "Antonia; A Chicana Story," Celebrating Latinx Heritage Month; Pizza and chips! MECHA de WSU CUE 202
  TUE, 10/11/22 3:30 - 4:30 PM  Loteria, Games, and Coming Out Day CLSC and LGBTQ+ Center CUB 402 and 401
  THU, 10/13/22 3 - 4 PM  Mental Health Workshop Multicultural Student Services CUB 401
  WED, 10/19/22 5 - 8 PM  CLSC Presents: Panel: Voices that ECHO: WSU Alumni Panelists  CLSC, MECHA, CAMP, WSU History Department CUB Jr. Ballroom
  TUE, 10/25/22 5 - 6 PM  Crimson Group Pumpkin Painting The Crimson Group CUB 204
  WED, 10/26/22 6 - 8 PM Fall Fest: enjoy fall with food, games, pumpkin painting and more! Compass Mentor Program  Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center
“CAMP is here at WSU to help you pave the way to become something more than just an average college graduate” - Michael Heim (WSU CAMP Director since ’18)


The College Assistance Migrant Program, well known as CAMP, has a reputation for further developing the skills of incoming freshmen students who have migrant or seasonal farm working backgrounds. These same students become some of our highest-achieving Coug graduates.
CAMP is designed to offer our scholars a wide array of campus resources to enhance our student's entire educational experience. Aside from being recognized on the WSU campus as a CAMP Scholar, our students will be provided 1-on-1 individualized academic advising, a supportive CAMP staff, and a scholarship!
The experiences obtained through WSU's CAMP program not only take place during freshmen year but continue on throughout a student’s undergraduate experience due to the environment that is fostered and the familia they connect with during the first year

Supportive Staff

Team building


Social activities