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College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) Assessment


Description of Program

The CSULB College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a federally -funded program designed for students from migrant families. We offer intensive first-year personal, academic and financial support to promote continued enrollment and eventual graduation from the University. A migrant farm worker is a seasonal farm worker whose employment required travel which kept the farm worker from returning to a permanent home within then same day. Migrant or seasonal work may include any activity directly related to the production of crops, dairy products, poultry, livestock, and cultivation or harvesting of trees, or any activity directly related to fish farms. Students must be full-time, first-year freshmen, California residents with U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residency. A student is eligible if they or their immediate family worked in migrant or seasonal farm work or who participated or are eligible to participate in Migrant Education Programs in grades K-12.

Program Objectives

Objective 1
By completion of their first year, at least 80% of the CSULB CAMP participants who are required to take Basic English or Basic Math will complete the course with a grade of "C" or better.
Objective 2
By the end of the summer semester prior to the participants' second year, at least 80% of CSULB CAMP entering freshmen will complete their first year in good academic standing.
Objective 3
At least 60% of each CSULB CAMP cohort will complete its bachelor's degree within 5 years of enrolling at CSULB.

Retention Rates

Grant Year Objective #2

Participants’ Actual

First Year Retention Rates

Objective

Retention Rate

 

Difference

2000

96%

80%

+16

2001

86%

80%

+6

2002

90%

80%

+10

2003

91%

80%

+11

2004

93%

80%

+13

2005

100%

80%

+20

2006

100%

80%

+20

2007

100%

80%

+20

 

For additional retention and graduation info go to: www.csulb.edu/camp/

Location: Liberal Arts Building 3, Room 202
Phone: (562) 985-2006
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8 AM – 6 PM Friday, 8 AM – 12 noon

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