What is TRiO?

If you are a low-income, first-generation or disabled student, the TRiO programs can help you meet your educational goals. The goal of TRiO is to assist you to overcome financial, class social and cultural barriers to higher education. Once you are in college, TRiO assists you so you can earn a college degree.

What are the TRiO Programs?

The TRiO Programs consist of three federally-funded grant programs. The programs include the TRiO Talent Search, TRiO Upward Bound, and TRiO Student Support Services & Disabilities Student Support Services.

Find out more about TRiO on our resource page

For more information about the program here at the Yamhill Valley campus, or for an application, e-mail Mike Evans or call 503.584.7283.

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)

If you're from a migrant or seasonal farmworker background, the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) can help you during your first year in college. CAMP provides you with financial assistance and support services, with the goal of preparing you to continue your education at a four-year college or university.

We have additional information and eligibility requirements available.

High School Equivalency Program (HEP)

The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) is a federally funded program for migrant and seasonal farmworkers to assist them in the process of obtaining their GED certificate. This is a 10-week intensive high school studies program that runs typically in the evenings from Monday thru Friday. Applications are generally taken year round.

Please call our office for major deadline information at 503.589.7725.