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A student is considered "migrant" if the parent or guardian is a migratory worker in the agricultural, dairy, lumber or fishing industries, and/or if the family has moved during the past three years.
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Where Can I Get an Application?

You may pick up an application for CAMP by visiting the CAMP office in Wells Hall, room 1060, on the Wenatchee campus. You may also download the application by clicking on the link below.

Applications are reviewed on a roll-in basis. To ensure space availability, submit before April 15. We will accept applications after this date, but students may be placed on a waiting list if spots are filled. 

2015-16 CAMP applicants:

2016 Transfer Mentor applicants: (Deadline Dec. 1)

  • Coming soon: Transfer Mentor Application 2016-17 (PDF)

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Application Process

To begin the application process for CAMP:

  1. Complete WVC admission application. Apply online at www.wvc.edu/apply
  2. Complete a CAMP application
  3. Submit a copy of the following documents to CAMP:
    • High school or GED transcript (unofficial). Running Start students, please submit unofficial WVC transcript as well.
    • Compass test scores (WVC placement test). For appointments, call 509.682.6830
      We strongly encourage test-takers to download the study guides at www.act.org/compass
    • Eligibility documentation (certificate of eligibility from the Migrant Education Program or Employer Verification form)
    • FAFSA completion confirmation with EFC (expected family contribution). Apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
    • Personal statement that includes your academic/career goals and what type of support you need from CAMP to achieve them (250 word min).
  4. Schedule an interview at 509.682.6974

*CAMP is 100% funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Migrant Education.

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