The objective of CAMP is to strengthen the quality and quantity of underrepresented students receiving baccalaureate degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) at the University of California (UC). One way CAMP strengthens, and prepares, students in STEM disciplines is through its programs. Incoming freshmen have the opportunity to apply for the CAMP Summer Science Academy (CSSA), continuing students may participate in How to be Successful in STEM (HTBSS), the CAMP Summer Research Scholars (SRS) program is designed for students conducting undergraduate research, and the CAMP Alumni Roundtables program is designed to prepare CAMP students for graduate school and/or industry. Please click into each section to learn more.
CAMP Summer Science Academy
(Funded by NSF)
Edison International provides a two-year $15,000 scholarship to first year Transfer students in STEM, based on merit and academic promise. The application opens in the fall, and students that are awarded with the scholarship are notified in the winter.
The Alumni Roundtables event is designed to provide a space for Alumni to have meaningful conversations with current students about how they may further position themselves to be competitive for graduate school and/or industry.
This program is designed to provide students with best practices associated with answering behavioral and technical interview questions. The series includes hands-on experiences that focus on artificial intelligence, data science, and website development.
**Students applying to programs funded by NSF must adhere to NSF’s eligibility criteria.