Welcome to the official California Louis Stokes Alliance For Minority Participation (LSAMP) website, locally known as CAMP. Whether you are a student, parent, or faculty member, we hope you will find the information you are looking for. The CAMP Program works to offer academic opportunities and support for students within the UCI academic community and beyond!
[Fall 2017] Be a CAMPer!
The CAMP Office is open Monday through Friday 8AM to 5PM! Come in and visit the office if you need a quiet place to study, use the computer lab, or just say “Hi”! Don’t forget to update each quarter in order to be a part of CAMP. Come by the office and fill out an update form, or print out the Student Update Form and submit it to the office.
[Fall 2017] Mentoring
To access a digital copy of the mentor schedule, please click here . The mentors\tutors are a great resource if you have homework questions or if you need guidance preparing for an exam. The mentoring program is free for all CAMP students and it is held in the CAMP Office.
Transfer and high school students should refer to the Office of Admissions regarding deadlines and financial aid information.
If you are a STEM student looking for ways to strengthen your skills, then get involved with LSAMP-CAMP at UC Irvine to assist you with your academic goals!
Entering freshmen may apply to the CAMP Summer Science Academy (CSSA) once admitted to UC Irvine under one of the following schools:
- Physical Sciences
- Biological Sciences
- Public Health Sciences
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Information and Computer Science
For more information about the CAMP Summer Science Academy, please click here.
Students transferring to UC Irvine may become involved with CAMP immediately by filling out a student update form. You can download one here at the CAMP website, or fill one out at the CAMP office. We also recommend you read about our Edison Scholars Program for transfer students.
The California LSAMP (locally known as CAMP) in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), is a statewide initiative funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The objective of CAMP is to strengthen the quality and quantity of underrepresented students receiving degrees in STEM. Visit the Services page to look at the many resources we offer to our students.
We offer a variety of programs for our students to get involved. From our CAMP Summer Science Academy for incoming freshmen to CAMP Summer Research Scholars; we offer programs to students that will put them down on the road to success.
Throughout the year, CAMP hosts many events for students to volunteer. We also sponsor students to present their research at national conferences. Check out this page for upcoming events and conferences and become a CAMP active student.
Resources & Links
If there is something you are unsure of, check out our resources page. The abundance of information one can obtain from CAMP will help you in making important decisions from your time here in undergrad or if you’re thinking about graduate school.