Migrant Student Services

Future Students

CAMP1The College Assistance Migrant Scholars Program values academic success and it is our priority. Our very own academic adviser ensures that every student enrolls as a full time student within required MSU courses. MSU CAMP, works collaboratively with university departments to develop courses that are relevant to our student population.

Students will be enrolled in a minimum of 12 academic credits for both Fall and Spring semesters to ensure a smooth transition into Michigan State University.

Every student will participate in the International Engagement  in Mexico (IEM), through the Office of Study Abroad that will take place in each of the four cities in Mexico.

(1) PUEBLA, (2) MERIDA,(3) OAXACA, (4) Campeche. This 3 credit, academic experience, has been a tradition for over 10 years at MSU. Through this program we also invite continuing CAMP students for an opportunity to serve as  site leaders for leadership training.

Due to traveling abroad it is necessary for students to have a traveling passport, and/or other travel documents necessary.