To qualify for C.A.M.P. you must have participated in one of the following during the last 24 months:
- You or one of your immediate family members has worked as a migrant or seasonal farm worker in the areas of agriculture, dairy, fisheries, or forestry for at least 75 days within the last 24 months. (Farmwork is considered activity directly related to the production of crops, dairy products, poultry or livestock; or the cultivation or harvesting of trees; or any activity directly related to fish farms. This farmwork includes work performed for either wages or personal subsistence on a farm, ranch, or similar establishment.)
- Participated in or be eligible to participate in a Chapter I Migrant Education Program. A copy of the Certificate of Eligibility (COE) form. COE forms can be obtained from the Migrant Coordinator of your school.
- Qualified or are eligible to qualify for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, Section 167 (WIOA-167).
- If you have concerns on qualification eligibility contact José Villalobos
- Work (208) 426-3662
- Mobile (208) 409-6253
- E-mail email@example.com
In addition to the above requirement, you must also:
- Be a U.S. Citizen or Legal Resident of the United States (Permanent Resident)
- Be FAFSA Pell Eligible
- Accepted to Boise State University
- Desire a four-year academic or a two-year technical degree in preparation for a four-year academic or technical degree.
- Have need for C.A.M.P.’s supportive services.
How to Apply
CAMP scholarships are designed to help students complete their first year in good academic standing. The scholarship will be renewed for Spring Semester if a student meets the program’s academic requirements throughout the Fall Semester.
Applications are accepted year round!
Priority Consideration for CAMP is December 31.
Boise State University
College Assistance Migrant Program
Mail Stop: 1765
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725-1765
Helping Migrant Students Fulfill Their
Dreams for a College Education Since 1984