CAMP Featured in a Segment on ABC World News
An important part of the St. Edward's University mission is providing an academically rigorous education to a culturally, economically and religiously diverse student body.
First offered in 1972, CAMP at St. Edward's is the longest continuously running migrant education program in the nation and has served more than 2,200 migrant students. In addition to the Star Award, the university's program has been honored by the U.S. Department of Education as a national model and has been recognized by the Association of American Colleges and Universities as a national model for multicultural teaching and learning.
CAMP made national headlines — the program was featured in a segment on ABC World News by former migrant worker and journalist John Quiñones.
The video can be found here. (REAL Media Player required)