Services

A prospective student reads a brochure during a visit to the University of Kansas.

Heartland CAMP is a college recruitment and retention program funded by the US Department of Education. We are committed to annually helping 35 college freshman from migrant and seasonal farm-work backgrounds successfully make the transition to college through a comprehensive package of academic, social, and financial supports.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

  • Scholarship
  • Stipends
  • Loaner equipment (laptops, calculators, etc.)
  • Assistance with financial aid processes (FAFSA, scholarship searches, internship placements)

ACADEMIC SUPPORTS

  • Bi-weekly advising and mentoring
  • Access to FREE tutoring
  • Freshman success course
  • Connections with other campus and community programs and opportunities

SOCIAL SUPPORTS

  • Cultural events
  • Connections with other student organizations
  • Student/family programming

BEYOND THE FRESHMAN YEAR

  • Referrals and connections to other supportive programs
  • Financial aid and scholarship application assistance
  • Mentoring and employment opportunities