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The College of Education's Truman Pierce Institute, in partnership with Auburn University's Office of Outreach, is offering Loachapoka High School students a week-long residential university experience. The goal of the camp is to provide students with college-like experiences while developing the skills they will need to be admitted and successful in college, and later in life. This initiative is designed to provide students with hands-on experiences in various disciplines while enhancing their skills in technology and writing.
Typical program content includes:
Students will experience many aspects of campus life such as walking to classes, riding Tiger Transit, eating at campus dining facilities, staying in Auburn's resident dormitories, and enjoying university recreational and educational facilities. Camp participants will have 24/7 counselor supervision.
A maximum of 30 students will be accepted.
There is no fee associated with this camp! All housing, food, transportation, and entry fees will be waived for all accepted Loachapoka high school students.
Application and Registration
To apply, students must
Required Forms and Insurance
Once selected as a camp participant and notified by Truman Pierce Institute personnel that they are enrolled, participants must complete and return the required camp form packet and ropes course waiver form not later than two weeks prior to the camp start date. Return instructions are included in the packet.
As proof of health insurance, all participants must attach a copy of the participant's health insurance card (front and back) with the camp form packet. If the participant does not have current health insurance coverage, please contact us as soon as possible for options.
If you are interested in attending or would like more information on this camp, please contact Teresa Smoot of the Truman Pierce Institute at (334) 844-4488.
Last Updated: September 11, 2013