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Boise State University – College Assistance Migrant Program

  • CAMP Career Showcase

    CAMP Showcase is a career event just for them.

  • Retreat at Payette Lake in McCall, Idaho

    Students having fun on the lake

  • CAMP Retreat in McCall, ID

    2017-18 CAMP Cohort

  • Northwest CAMP Consortium (NWCC)

    Students meet other CAMP peers at the NWCC Northwest CAMP Consortium

  • Blood Drive

    CAMP Class students host a blood drive

  • CAMP Class End of Year Picnic in the park

    CAMP Class End of Year Picnic in the park

Welcome! The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) assists students who are migratory or seasonal farmworkers (or children of such workers) enrolled in their first year of undergraduate studies at Boise State University. The program supports completion of the first year of studies. Services include counseling, tutoring, skills workshops, financial aid stipends, health services, and housing assistance to eligible students during their first year of college. 

Opportunities abound in Boise, Idaho’s business, technology, and government center. Students engage in internships, studies abroad, student leadership, and honors programs.

After the first year, CAMP continues offering academic and personal support to our students. The program helps participants secure jobs/internships, grants, and scholarships to finance their education. Upon graduation, CAMP alumni have become successful engineers, accountants, business administrators, entrepreneurs, social workers, educators, criminal justice professionals, government officials, information technology specialists, healthcare professionals, and community leaders.

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Helping Students From Farmworker Families Fulfill
Their Dreams for a College Education Since 1984