What is SCAMP?
SCAMP is the "South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation"
Funding for SCAMP is received from the National Science Foundation funds for minority students (African American, Hispanic, and Native American) interested in pursuing a degree in science or math.
The SCAMP program is an academic enrichment program for underrepresented minorities who are majoring in science, technology, and mathematics (STEM) fields. SCAMP, which stands for South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation, is partially funded by the National Science Foundation, the School of Science and Mathematics and the Office of Multicultural Student Programs and Services. SCAMP program gives incoming minority students an opportunity to start their college program in the summer, participate in undergraduate research during their sophomore and junior years, and attend conferences and career orientations in their first year at the College of Charleston. The Summer Bridge component of SCAMP is held in conjunction with the Speedy Consolidation and Transition Program (SPECTRA) during the Summer II Session (July 12 – August 15, 2015).
- is a bridge program for rising college freshman students
- designed for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
- provides an opportunity for students to challenge themselves academically
- is an opportunity for students to increase their chances for academic success
- prepares students for what to expect in these ever changing career fields
- sharpens academic skills
- presents an opportunity for students to participate in undergraduate research
The deadline for the SCAMP Summer Program is May 16, 2015. There are only fifteen spaces available, so you are strongly urged to APPLY NOW.
If you have any questions about this program please contact the director of SCAMP at email@example.com
SCAMPers are required to attend a mathematics workshop for Calculus (MATH 120) as well. Students participating in the Science/Technology/Engineering/Mathematics track will be eligible to participate in other South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation (SCAMP) programs. These programs are designed to maximize the students’ best chances for success in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics