ID&R provide migrant families with connection supportive services
2014 International Engagement to Mexico (IEM) Study Abroad
Class of 2013-14 CAMP scholars at graduation
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Advancing education and empowering students from migrant and seasonal farm working communities to bring about positive change in their lives, communities, and the world.
Welcome from the MSS Director
On behalf of all of us at Migrant Student Services (MSS), I welcome you to Michigan State University (MSU). Students are the center of our focus, where cultural diversity is valued and nurtured. Migrant Student Services at MSU is nationally recognized for its services to migrant/seasonal farmworker students so that they can successfully further their education. MSU HEP/CAMP Scholars soon realize that the chance to be part of Migrant Student Services at Michigan State University is not just a privilege, but an integral part of their amazing journey towards their degree.
HEP/CAMP Scholars, you are going to have the opportunity to undertake new things, meet new people, learn about new cultures and about yourselves; all while broadening your knowledge and the view of the world. We aim to provide each one of you an opportunity to develop values as well as skills to function as engaged citizens and critical, independent thinkers. I encourage everyone to visit our offices in Holden Hall along with the MSS website for information on our programs, news and events. I am pleased to have the opportunity to welcome you to our family, and look forward to getting to know you.
Luis Alonzo Garcia
Events and News
About| Application | Partners | The National Migrant Scholars Internship Initiative is partnered CoBANK, the National HEP/CAMP Association, Farm...
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The Journey from fields to careers A Documentary of CAMP Scholars and their Supporters...
Big Ten Network: MSU CAMP Scholars featured in The Big Ten network. Click here...