Please refer to your family guide for complete details for your campus, this is a general list but can vary. Packing List + Things to Consider Must-Haves Clothing Dorm Room & Gear Miscellaneous Items We will not be making a special run to the store for snacks or forgotten items, so make sure you bring … Continued
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No. We always have gender segregated rooms.
You may want to think about bringing some extra cash with you to Summer Springboard. While you tuition covers the cost of the cost of meals and excursions, it will not cover any souvenirs you may want to pick up for family and friends.
Yes, provided the request is submitted prior to the start of the program. When you complete the Student Medical Information Form, you will have the opportunity to make special dietary requests.
Once you enroll, students may request to room together with another student. These requests are typically honored. However, one of the important benefits of attending a Summer Springboard program is the opportunity to network with and get to know peers outside your current circle of friends.
Your campus-specific Family Guide is found in the Parent Portal within the Forms section. You can find a video on how to access that here.
You can find the following helpful information, and much more, in your campus-specific Family Guide: · Packing List (what to bring, what to leave behind, etc.) · Sample Program Schedule · Arrival Day Information (where to report, when to report for, etc.) · Departure Day Information (when check-outs are, etc.) · Information on Airport Shuttle Services · Etc. Your campus-specific Family … Continued
Yes, all students – whether residential or commuter – report for check-in day on Sunday. Generally speaking, the residential students will move-in and get settled throughout the day during a specified timeframe. Commuter students will check in towards the latter end of that timeframe. All students join the staff for orientation, ice-breaker activities, and dinner … Continued
For check-in day (the first day of the program), specific information on where to report to, what time check-ins are, and other important information, please refer to your campus-specific Family Guide. The Family Guide is found in the Parent Portal within the Forms section. You can find a video on how to access that here.