The goal of this two-week camp is to inspire and prepare students for higher education, improve academic success, increase knowledge of the Hmong language and culture and prepare students to be leaders of tomorrow. Students will learn math, language, science and leadership skills through class lectures, field trips, hands-on activities and discussions.
- $500 | overnight, meals included, students who do not receive free or reduced lunch in school
- free | overnight, meals included, students who receive free or reduced lunch in school
- $50 deposit required, $40 will be returned to the scholars at camp
- apply by May 1, 2020
About the Office of Multicultural Affairs
Advocating for and Supporting Multicultural Students
The mission of the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is to provide quality services and programs that support and enhance the collegiate experience, particularly for students of color. Through advising, advocacy, and outreach, OMA is dedicated to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive campus community that helps students excel individually and collectively.
The OMA mission is accomplished by enhancing four core multicultural student values:
- Leadership development
- Equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI)
- Educational growth
- Personal growth
Contact Dua Ci Khang | firstname.lastname@example.org | 715.836.3367