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Camp College and its affiliated programs offer your child an enriching alternative to the traditional summer day camp. Campers combine study in a variety of stimulating subject areas that emphasize intellectual growth and skills development with the fun of recreational activities at the West Windsor Campus. Children choose up to six different "courses" in our four-week 'Campus Kids' sessions (I and II). Most courses meet 55 minutes daily for each session. Camp College's affiliated Specialty Camps and Friday Fun Days are half days or full days.
All children ages 6-16 on September 30, 2019.
'Campus Kids' Four-Week Camps
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8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., includes six classes plus lunch and recreation break.
For the convenience of working parents, children may be dropped off as early as 8 a.m. Children enrolled in the separate, optional Before-Camp Care program may be dropped off as early as 7:15 a.m. and will be escorted to their regular program by camp staff. Children enrolled in After-Camp Care may be picked up as late as 6 p.m.
The basic costs for four-week 'Campus Kids' sessions are as follows:
|Session I||Monday through Thursday||$933|
|Session II||Monday through Thursday||$995|
|Session I||Monday through Friday||$1213|
|Session II||Monday through Friday||$1275|
For schedule change requests prior to the start of camp, please contact the Continuing Studies Registration Office in person or by phone at (609) 570-3311. There is a $20 charge for schedule changes. Forms are available online at Camper Forms (Scheduling).
In the event of inclement weather, you may pick up your child in the CM (Communications) Building. Additional weather-related information can be found in the "In Case of Weather or Other Emergencies" section of the Camper Handbook as well as with our Emergency Notification notice.
Specialty Camps are one-week or multiple-week Monday through Friday programs. Campers enroll in one morning class, one afternoon class, or a full day of classes. 'Campus Kids', sessions I and II, are four-week classes that meet Monday through Thursday or Monday through Friday depending on what option you register for.
For early pick-up, please send a note with your child that morning, specifying who will take your child from camp and at what time. Your child will be escorted to the camp office at the time stated on the note and you may sign out your child from camp.
If your camper arrives late, please escort him/her to the camp office to sign in as a late arrival. A counselor will escort your child to class. If you will arrive late for pick-up, please notify the camp office at (609) 570-3773.
Send a note with your child for the camp office, specifying who the camper will be going home with that day. Remember to provide the other parent with a Parent/Guardian Pick-Up Authorization card.
On the first day of each session, please walk your child to the outdoor registration check-in area located at the Student Center (SC) quadrangle. If the weather is inclement, registration check-in is located in the Student Center (SC) main dining room. After the first day, drop-off with curb-side service is located at the PE Circle.
You may either pack your child's lunch or send money with them to buy lunch in the cafeteria. A sample menu is located in the Camper Handbook. $5 to $7 should be sufficient. As an alternative to campers carrying cash, the cafeteria also accepts credit and debit cards.
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