The CAMP Student Council is an ASNMSU chartered student organization whose purpose is to assist students in enriching their college experience through community service, fundraising, social activities and promoting leadership skills.
The CAMP Student Council is open to any Student within the University or any of its branches. Coming to the CAMP Student Council meetings, which are bi-weekly this year, can be of great benefit in such a way that you become part of a family oriented group.
Sammy Gurulé Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser
- Sammy Gurulé was a former CAMP student who tragically lost his life in the fall of 2006. The fundraiser is an enchilada dinner and was established by the Student Council and his parents, Phyllis and Edwin Gurulé. The dinner takes place every spring semester.
National César E. Chávez Blood Drive Challenge
- The blood drive was introduced as a way for minority students to participate in service learning initatives. It promotes a “healthy” campus event to honor César Chávez, an American civic leader. It takes place during the spring semester.
NMSU CAMP Student Council Soccer Tournament
- The council also hosts the annual CAMP Student Council Soccer Tournament as part of Fiestas Latinas at NMSU. This event is also held in the spring and is part of various activities promoting Latino student organizations.