About College Assistance Migrant Program
About Our Program
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a federally funded program designed to help students from migrant and seasonal farmworker backgrounds succeed at Sacramento State. CAMP facilitates the transition from high school to college and offers first-year support services to develop the skills necessary to persist and graduate from college.
CAMP Eligibility Criteria
- The student must be first-time freshmen
- The student must be a permanent resident or U.S. Citizen
- The student, parents or guardians must have worked a minimum of 75 days within the past two years in agriculture-related work or the student must have been part of the migrant education program
High School Counselors
Migrant Student Days
Due to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Sacramento State has made the difficult decision to cancel, postpone, or move to a virtual format all in-person events through the last day of the academic year, May 20. Consequently, the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) will not host/participate in any in-person or on and off-campus events including, Migrant Student Days. However, if you are interested in a virtual option for your students, the CAMP program can provide them with a presentation about CAMP and Sacramento State. Additionally, a virtual campus tour will be offered. If you would like to schedule a virtual presentation, please contact our Outreach Specialist, Elizabeth Sanchez, via email or call 916-278-4259.