The Department of Campus Recreation offers summer camps at its Student Recreation Center. Camps focus on recreational and physical activities such as swimming, rock wall climbing, ping-pong, outdoor games, sports, and more.
Update 3/31/2020: Our summer camps are still open for registration during the university's COVID-19 closure. If the university decides to cancel summer camps at a later date, all registrants will receive a full refund.
USA Student Recreation Center at 51 Jaguar Blvd, on the corner of Jaguar Blvd and Old Shell Road.
Session 1: June 8-12, Adventure Awaits
Session 2: June 15-19, Sports Galore
Session 3: June 22-26, Wild Water Week
Session 4: July 6-10, Jaguar Olympics
Session 5: July 13-17, Party at USA
Session 6: July 20-24, Best of Summer
Session 7: July 27-31, Wild Water Week
Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM-5:30 PM each day. Children must arrive by 8:30 AM on the first Monday of each camp session.
Rising 1st-8th graders. Campers must have completed kindergarten and may not be entering high school. No exceptions.
The rates listed below are per child, per week. Only children and grandchildren of Student Recreation Center members may get the member rate. Camp rate includes lunch every day in the all-you-can eat dining hall on campus.
|Registration Type||Member rate||Non-member rate|
|Early-bird (through April 30)||$175||$200|
|Regular (on or after May 1)||$195||$225|
|Late* (day-of registration)||$220||$250|
*Please see our registration page for each session's late registration deadlines.
Camp counselors are USA students who are certified in American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid, have completed our in-house staff training, and have passed a background check. Certified lifeguards supervise all pool activities. The Outdoor Adventures staff supervises the rock wall.
Please click on the menu options to learn more about registration, camper checklist and schedule, dining, the camp handbook and the counselor job application.
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