Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
Fort Rd Toppenish, WA 98948
509.865.8695 Email: HUCAMP@Heritage.edu
Heritage University CAMP welcomes all eligible applicants, including students with different interests, talents, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and diverse migrant and seasonal farmworker experiences. Priority is given to those students who first submit all completed and required forms. We welcome students to apply to Heritage University CAMP, however, students will have to be admitted to Heritage University for Fall 2019 and have applied for Financial Aid prior to admissions to Heritage University CAMP.
What is CAMP?
The College Assistance Migrant
Program (CAMP) at Heritage University provides retention and support services
to first-year college students from migrant/seasonal farm worker families. CAMP
works with campus faculty and staff, community based organizations, and student
services to enhance the students college experience and education at Heritage University.
To qualify for CAMP, a student must be:
U.S. citizen or permanent resident
first year student going to attend Heritage University with 24 semester credits or less
migrant/seasonal farm worker background. A student may meet this requirement by
ONE of the following:
-A person, or his or her immediate family member, must have spent a minimum of 75 days during the past 24 months as a migrant or seasonal farmworker
-The person must have participated (with respect to HEP within the last 24 months)
-Be eligible to participate, in programs under 34 CFR part 200, Subpart C (Title I --Migrant Education Program)
- Or have been a participant of the Employment and Training Administration, Department of Labor--Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Programs (WIA 167)
Services provided by CAMP
Academic advising services; free tutor support; College success workshops and strategies
Assistance with scholarship applications; financial literacy and organization workshops; stipends
Cultural enrichment activities; peer mentoring; leadership development opportunities
Career counseling; graduate school information; career and employment resources
Each student accepted to the program must:
Be enrolled Full time at Heritage University (12 semester credits) and be in good academic standing (2.0 Cumulative GPA minimum)
in advising, tutoring, mentoring, and cultural events as specified in CAMP agreement.
Please note that the application may take about 45 minutes to fill out. If you save your progress, please note that the email that is sent for this might go to your junk mail.