What is CAMP?
The BUENO College Assistance Migrant Program (BUENO CAMP) is a federally funded program that assists first time freshmen at Aims Community College who are of migrant and seasonal farm working backgrounds. The purpose of CAMP is to address the education and social development of low income and first generation college migrant students. BUENO CAMP provides academic, personal, and financial support to ensure successful completion of the student’s first year of college, continued enrollment, and eventual graduation from college.
Who qualifies for the program?
Students or immediate family members of students who:
- Within the last 24 months have worked a minimum of 75 days in farm work or agricultural related work;
- Been eligible to participate or have participated in a migrant education program under Chapter 1-Migrant Education program; and/or
- Participated in or eligible to participate in NFJP/WIA Section 167
(Students must be full-time, first year freshmen with a permanent U.S. residency)
What does CAMP provide?
- 1st year tuition, fees, & books
- Academic Advising/Tutoring
- Peer Tutoring
- Job Search Assistance
- Education/Cultural Field Trips
- Career Development
- Monthly Stipend
- Financial Aid Assistance
- A tailored curriculum
- Personal Counseling
- Leadership Development
- Extracurricular Activities
How do I apply?
Aims Community College
260 College Ave.
Ft. Lupton, CO 80621
Simply contact the BUENO-CAMP office at 303-718-5908