CAMP is a federally funded program designed to provide an opportunity for students from an agricultural and or migrant background to successfully complete their freshman year of college.
CAMP provides financial assistance for tuition, student fees, textbooks, room and board and a monthly stipend to off-set personal needs.
All students will receive academic, personal & career advising, free tutoring, cultural experiences and campus health services or referral.
CAMP staff is dedicated to assisting and supporting its CAMP participants throughout their freshman year. All participants MUST complete the online FAFSA (Financial Aid/PELL grant) application.
CAMP provides financial assistance for tuition, student fees, textbooks, room and board, and a monthly stipend to off-set personal needs.
CAMP offers workshops on topics such as Scholarship Application, Student Success, Career Direction and Professionalism, and the Transfer Process to universities or four year colleges after completing Crowder College.
CAMP and the Crowder College Foundation also provide scholarship opportunities for qualifying participants.
Participants are assigned an advisor who will monitor their academic progress, goal identification and achievement, and assist in class enrollment.
Personal advising is also available to each participant for support and direction with non-academic problems.
Support Services are provided to former CAMP participants upon request.
CAMP provides free tutoring to all participants that need additional academic assistance.