The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is federally funded by the U.S. Department of Education and designed to assist migratory or seasonal farmworking students during their first year at UTEP. CAMP provides students with academic, financial and social support to ensure academic success.
UTEP CAMP offers assistance with the college transition and helps students develop the skills needed to stay in school and successfully graduate from college.
- Assistance applying for admissions to UTEP
- A monthly stipend
- Limited UTEP Campus Housing assistance
- Limited textbook assistance
- Laptop and graphing calculator assistance
- Involvement in cultural and leadership activities
- Integration into the UTEP community
- Peer mentoring and Professional mentoring
- Assistance with course registration
- Academic support
- Goal setting and progress monitoring
What are CAMP Students' Responsibilities?
- Attend summer bridge program
- Attend the weekly CAMP Success Seminar
- Submit progress reports
- Scheduled check-ins with the CAMP staff
- Maintain full-time enrollment during the first year at UTEP
- Attend all CAMP activities
- Attend a leadership activity and/or conference
- Maintain, at minimum, a 2.0 GPA