All registration forms are available online. You can register for a program by clicking on the link provided for each program found at
Age Range: All summer camps are designed for specific age ranges. Please only register children that are within two months of the listed age range.
Refunds/Transfers: All requests for refunds or transfers must be made 48 hours prior to the first day of the camp and are subject to a service charge. No refunds or transfers will be made after camps begin.
Deposits/Tuition Payments: Most camps require full tuition payment upon registration. A few camps allow a non-refundable deposit to hold a space for a child. Please see individual camp descriptions for payment details, including the due date for final tuition payment.
Yes. Residential programs offer three full services meals. Special dietary options are available upon request. Snacks are available during social activities and can be purchased in our campus convenient stores. For all other programs, please see specific program pages for further details.
Parents are responsible for their child’s safe and timely arrival and departure. Arrival and departure times and location will be provided by the individual camp programs via email once registration is complete.
Be sure to fill out all relevant information on our Participant Information and Medical Care Authorization form and discuss any concerns with the camp instructor. The University welcomes children with special needs; please contact the Collegiate Programming Office to discuss. If a child is injured, first aid will be administered, and 911 will be called in an emergency.
We recommend that students wear comfortable clothes like jeans, shorts, t-shirts and sneakers. Some camps such as dance camps have a dress code and many visual arts camps recommend wearing old clothes and bringing a paint shirt. Please read individual class descriptions carefully for required dress code information if applicable. Please label any removable clothing (jackets, sweaters, hats, etc.) with your child’s name. At the end of each week, all lost and found items left on campus are moved to the Pre-Collegiate / Youth Programs and any items not claimed by the end of summer are donated to a local charity. The Pre-Collegiate / Youth Programs is not responsible for any misplaced items.
Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds for any missed days or make up projects your child may miss. Regular attendance is encouraged for all camps, as some projects may span more than one day. All campers are expected to be respectful of each other, camp staff, and University equipment and facilities. The Pre-Collegiate / Youth Programs will not issue refunds for a child dismissed from a program because of unacceptable behavior.
For general questions and to register for camps, please call our office at 561-297-4693. For specific questions about individual camps, please review the camp website for further detail and information. 

For any additional questions please contact Pre-Collegiate / Youth Programs at or contact admissions at 561-297-4523.

 Last Modified 6/14/18