Check-in times and locations, and what you can expect for Monday, June 25.
This packing list is designed to help you prepare for your Psychology Camp class sessions, as well as participation in evening social activities-- usually held outside (weather-permitting). If you have questions about this list, please contact the Academic Camps Director.
In order to participate in some of the Applied & Scientific Psychology Camp activities, each camper must complete the Informed Consent Form. Please read and sign, then return to the Academic Camps Director via email or hard-copy in US mail. Campers cannot be issued a room key at check-in without this form on file.
Casual summer attire is appropriate for Psychology Camp. Modest casual dress including jeans, shorts, and t-shirts are acceptable for camp activities. Shorts should be no shorter than halfway between the top of the knee and the top of the thigh. Midriff-style shirts are not allowed. The academic buildings utilized during the day are air-conditioned and can be a bit chilly. Please plan accordingly.
Other items to bring with you:
- Long pants/sweatshirt suitable for outside activities at night
- Bedding for a twin-long bed
- Towel/pillow/laundry bag
- Toiletries/shower shoes
- Hand soap/hand towel for the bathroom
- Sun screen/insect repellent
- Rain gear
- Water bottle
- Notebook with pen
Before you can receive your room key at check-in, we must have the following information on file:
Student information for photo ID (used for access to Blossom Hall; a keepsake at the end of the week)