¡Bienvenidos! Welcome to CAMP!

The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at St. Edward’s University is dedicated to serving the higher education needs of migrant students. Here, you’ll join a caring community of globally minded, critical thinkers and problem-solvers who are passionate about making the world a better place.

As a CAMP scholar at St. Edward’s, you’ll benefit from a highly personalized education tailored to your interests and goals. To help you gain the most from your college experience, you’ll receive continuous support from your CAMP success coach, professors, counselors and fellow students. We’re committed to your success in college and beyond.

Do you qualify for CAMP?

Because CAMP is funded by both the U.S. Department of Education and St. Edward's, we follow federal definitions for migrant and seasonal farm work. To qualify for CAMP you must meet the admission requirements for St. Edward’s and be a U.S. citizen or a legal resident.

To learn more about the CAMP Admission process, view these special materials.

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CAMP Photo Gallery

Check out our photo collection documenting the history of CAMP at St. Edward's. We hope you enjoy looking through these images. 

Accomplishments of CAMP Alumni

Our CAMP alumni go on to contribute to their local and global communities. Here are a few noteworthy accomplishments:

  • Jaqueline Olvera CAMP ’14 was one of just 12 students selected to receive the prestigious Presidential Award. 
  • Alfonso Lucio CAMP ’12 was featured on CBS Austin for marching in honor of Cesar E. Chavez and workers’ rights. Read the full story
  • Esmeralda Perez CAMP ’11 was highlighted by her alma mater as an outstanding Hilltopper for her impressive work as a mentor.
  • Elvia Valle CAMP ’09 made the “40 under 40” Latinos in Foreign Policy” list.
  • Nancy Flores CAMP ’03 received the 2018 Alumni Service Award.

If you have an interest in contributing to CAMP scholar successes, we encourage you to consider giving directly to CAMP.