College Assistance Migrant Scholars Program (MSU Camp) and High School Equivalency Program (MSU HEP) Expendable Fund (AB10010) Give Gift
The CAMP program assists migrant and/or seasonal farm worker students in their transition to University life by providing support and retention services to college students from migrant and seasonal farm worker families. The HEP program provides assistance to migrant students preparation toward completion of their General Educational Development (GED) as well as the development of academic, vocational, and personal skills necessary for higher education and career exploration.
Training, Internship, Exchanges and Scholarship Fund (AB100101) Give Gift
This program is a partnership to promote sustainable livelihood and equitable development in poor rural communities of Mexico.
Migrant Student Services Endowment Fund (AB10011)Give Gift
This endowment provides financial support for Migrant and/or Seasonal Farm Workers who are successful students in either the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) or the High School Equivalency Program (HEP) program. Awards may be used for tuition, room and board, textbooks, essential testing costs and emergency travel. Students must have completed one full year of full-time study at MSU, be full-time students, financial need and show academic achievement.
For more information about supporting Migrant Student Services please contact:
Jennifer Bertram, Senior Director of Development
Office of University Scholarships & FellowshipsMichigan State University | 110 Linton HallEast Lansing, MI 48825-1113
Main Phone: 517-432-7330 | Cell Phone: 517-927-1066