What is CAMP at NMSU?
New Mexico State University’s College Assistance Migrant Program (NMSU CAMP) is a federally-funded program to help migrant or seasonal farm worker students attend college. Our program’s goal is to ensure each CAMP student graduates from NMSU with a bachelor’s degree. CAMP offers the first line of support for CAMP students to succeed during their first year at NMSU. CAMP also strives to maintain communication with former CAMP students to guarantee that they receive the support needed in order to graduate from NMSU. For more information click here.
Campus Activities offers outside the classroom involvement, an essential complement to the student’s academics. Our program/services are non-academic and are provided directly to the student. The goal of Campus Activities is to promote involvement, interpersonal and leadership development, service learning, and civic responsibility by providing educational/developmental programs and activities to the students, therefore enhancing outside the classroom learning. Leadership and personal growth opportunities are offered through involvement in Student Organizations, Aggies Activities Council and the National Student Exchange program. Get involved with your campus!
Congratulations on your decision to study abroad!
NMSU Study Abroad website contains all the information you’ll need, from getting credit and financial aid, to how to pack and the cheapest ways to travel.