In order to be eligible for CAMP services, you must meet the criteria set by NSF.
Please be mindful of the following:
(1) Please sign-in when you utilize any of the services provided by the office
(2) You must be a STEM major in on of the following schools: Biological Sciences, ICS, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Public Health Sciences
CAMP Offers the following services:
Study Space/Computer Lab
The CAMP Office provides students with outside seating in our patio area as well as a computer lab with programs such as MATLAB, SolidWorks, R programming and Microsoft Office.
If you have any questions regarding chemistry, math, physics, or any other STEM class you may ask one of the CAMP Mentors for assistance.
Active CAMP students may be eligible to receive funding to pay for conference expenses such as registration, airfare, and lodging. To see a list of upcoming conferences, please visit the Events and Conferences page. Conference sponsorship is contingent on available funding.
Professional Development Sponsorship
For students interested in graduate school, CAMP sponsors a GRE Preparatory Course in partnership with the Princeton Review. Once you take the GRE exam, CAMP may be able to reimburse you for the GRE registration fee. All requests are reviewed on a first-come first served basis, and reimbursement is contingent upon our budget.
If you are an Engineering senior and would like to work in industry after graduation, you may want to consider taking the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam. The FE exam is the first step in the process to become a professional licensed engineer (P.E.). A student that successfully passes the FE exam can apply for an Engineer-in-Training (E.I.T.) Certification.
Exam preparation books for the GRE, FE, and MCAT are available for checkout at the CAMP Office. In order to submit the checkout form, please click on the button below.