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College Assistance Migrant Program

Overview

The College Assistance Migrant Program, well known as CAMP, has a reputation of 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 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
         
11/01/2021 Monday 5–8 pm LHM - Día de los muertos Event - Hosted by MEChA de WSU, Crimson Group and Mujeres Unidas. Come celebrate DDLM with music, food and activities.   Ensminger Pavilion
11/03/2021 Wednesday 5–6 pm NAHM- Ku-Ah-Ma - Cedar Roses Workshop link  Cleveland Hall 21B
11/04/2021 Thursday 4:00 pm NAHM Speaker: Tazbah Rose Chavez- Writer, performance poet.   Zoom Link:
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11/06/2021 Saturday 4–7 pm NAHM - Annual Ku-Ah-Mah Round Dance - Stew Dinner Provided by NAWA   ESFC
11/09/2021 Tuesday 4-6 pm  Crimson Group Presents: Unpacking Systematic Parallels to Immigration - With Guest Speaker Victory Matey. Giveaway at the event of $50 dollars. Visit the Instagram page to learn how to enter the giveaway.    TBD
11/15/2021 Monday 5–6:30 pm NAHM- Rock Your Mocs! Group Photo at noon in the NASC link Cleveland Hall 21B
11/17/2021 Wednesday 5-8 pm  Let's Talk Scholarships- Hosted by MECHA de WSU- Want to to learn more about Scholarships? Join us in learning more about scholarships, in addition get help to write essays! There will be program directors, advisors, and also other students to help with reviewing essays.   CUE 202
11/17/2021
Wednesday
5-6:30 pm NAHM - Ku-Ah-Ma & APIO - Beading Night link Cleveland Hall 21B
11/18/2021 Thursday 7:00 pm Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. Presents: Drop it like it's TOO HOT! - Join us on our 3rd Annual Strolling Showcase - Doors open at 6:50 PM   CUB Auditorium
11/19/2021
Friday
5-6 pm NAHM - Football Game    
11/23/2021 Tuesday 12pm- 2pm Student Equity Services Presents: Community Potluck - On behalf of our Office of Student Equity Services, we would like to invite you to our "CUB 4th Floor Community Potluck Gathering" on Tuesday November 23rd, 2021 at 12pm in CUB 414.    CUB 414
11/29/2021 Monday 5-7pm MECHA de WSU Presents: End of the Semester Celebration Potluck    Chinook 160
11/30/21 Tuesday 5-6:30 pm NAHM - Last Feast   Cleveland Hall 21B
12/02/21 Thursday  6-7:30 pm Undocumented Initiatives Presents: Immigration Clinic Workshop - more information to come!   CUE 409

 

WSU CAMP Students per County (2006-2019)

Adams 37
Asotin 1
Benton  24
Chelan  153
Clark 1
Douglas 15
Franklin 68
Grant 89
Island 1
Kittitas 5
Lewis 3
Okanogan 44
Pacific 1
Skagit 4
Snohomish 5
Stevens 1
Walla Walla 27
Whatcom 1
Whitman 1
Yakima 259
Idaho  3
Total 744 Students
“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)

Advising

Supportive Staff

Team building

Social activities