How to Apply
The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) assists students who have qualifying migrant/seasonal farm work backgrounds by providing financial and academic support services.
The overall goal of CAMP is to increase the enrollment and graduation rate of migrant/seasonal farm workers or children of such workers at institutions of higher education. To accomplish this goal, the University of Idaho seeks participants, including those who may not be typical college-bound students.
To qualify for CAMP, applicants must be a:
- U.S. Citizen or a Permanent Resident of the United States AND meet one of the following conditions:
- Spent a minimum of 75 days in the production of agriculture over the the past 24 months of migrant/seasonal farmwork. These days can be logged by the student personally or through his or her immediate family.
- Participated in a Chapter 1 Migrant Education Program or be eligible to participate in one.
- Qualify for the federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) under section 167.
In addition, applicants must be admitted to the University of Idaho and demonstrate academic and financial need.
CAMP recommends students apply spring semester of their senior year before Feb. 15.
By applying before the Feb. 15 deadline, students ensure they are eligible for the maximum scholarship consideration at the University of Idaho.
Applying to UI CAMP Early
Early application will place you in good standing. Submit applications to the CAMP office by the priority deadline of Feb. 15. If you cannot meet the priority deadline, file as soon as possible.
Applying to the University of Idaho should also be done early. The UI priority deadline is also Feb. 15 of every year. Applying before this date will ensure you are considered for all available scholarships at the University of Idaho.
File your FAFSA Early
By filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you may be eligible to receive federal student aid to attend the university of your choice. Amounts vary from student to student, and the main determinant is family income. The priority application deadline is Feb. 15 each year.
Take Your ACT or SAT
The ACT and SAT are tests students must take if they are considering college attendance. The University of Idaho will accept either the ACT or SAT exam as part of the admissions application.
Improve Your GPA
One of the single most important factors used in the admission application is your grade point average (GPA). Always be working to improve your GPA. Not only will this make your application stronger, if will make you more eligible for scholarships.
In addition to the online application, the following documents are also required:
- Signature of Consent Form
- Eligibility Verification - Work with our CAMP Recruitment Specialist to check for eligibility
- Employer Verification or Certification of Eligibility or WIA 167
- Confidential Recommendation - To be completed by someone who knows your educational background (teacher, or school counselor).
- Copy of FAFSA Student Aid Report
- Copy of Family Medical Insurance Card or Medicaid Card (if covered)
- Copy of last year's parent/student W2s
These can be uploaded when you submit your online application. They can also be uploaded online at a later date, or emailed, faxed or mailed to the CAMP office.
Apply By Mail/Fax/EmailDownload Application (PDF)
Hard-copy applications may be submitted by:
Fax: (208) 885-5170
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3030
Moscow, ID 83844-3030
Student who do not have access to the web may call our office at (208) 885-5173 or toll free 1-88-88-UIDAHO, extension 5173, and request an application be mailed to them.
Contact CAMP Recruitment Specialist Victor Canales at the CAMP Office (208) 885-5173, cell (208) 310-2701 or email email@example.com