The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) provides support to first-year college students from migrant families. The program's goal is to help students succeed in college. Students take part in mentoring, tutoring, visits to four-year colleges, and other activities.
Student Support Services provides assistance to students with disabilities, those from low-income families or those who are the first in their families to attend college. Participants can receive academic and social support, career exploration, textbook assistance, and other services.
Upward Bound reaches high school students who are low income, academically talented, and the first in their families to attend college. The program offers students challenging courses and career exploration, tutoring, test preparation, and tours of businesses and college campuses.
Talent Search & Mentor Program aims to help middle and high-school students graduate from high school and attend college. The program includes academic support and cultural activities that help students gain the knowledge, skills, and focus to succeed in school.
The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) provides students from migrant or seasonal farm worker backgrounds with intensive preparation for the GED.