- Placement Testing & Academic Skills Assessment
- CAMP Summer Orientation Program
- Study Skills Workshops
- Career Counseling
- Financial Aid Counseling
- Personal Counseling & Academic Advising
- Supplemental Aid to Reduce Loans
- Quarterly Book Allowance to cover the cost of textbooks
- Monthly Stipends throughout the academic year
- Health Services Other Services as needed
Qualifying for CAMP
- Be a permanent resident or citizen
- Must be eligible for OSU admissions and enter OSU as a first year student.
- Be from a migrant/seasonal farm worker background (including crop, dairy, poultry or livestock production, the cultivation or harvesting of trees, or work on a fish farm). Either the student or his/her parents must have worked at least 75 days in the past 24 months OR have been eligible to participate in Chapter 1, Title 1 Migrant Education Program OR you attended the High school Equivalency Program (HEP) within the last 12 months and have completed a GED OR the WIA of 1998 program.
- Each student accepted into the program must enroll full time for at least 12 credit hours each term, maintain good academic standing, and participate in advidsin, tutoring, mentoring, and social/cultural events as specified in the CAMP contract.
To Apply - Include in your application:
- CAMP Application Form
- CAMP Eligibility Form
- Personal Statement
- Official copy of your high school transcript or GED
- Copy of your SAT or ACT test scores
- Provide a copy (for you and/or your parents) of the previous year's Federal Income Tax report
- Student Evaluation Forms (1 & 2)
- Copy of your Insight Resume (from the OSU Admissions application)