Apr 25, 2006
Summer camp at Liberty
by Jeremy Wicks
“We have so many diverse camps,” said Kenny Rowlette, the director of summer operations since 2003. The summer camp activities will include basketball, soccer, baseball, debate, drama and many others. All camps are designed primarily to promote
“They look at the campus, they experience the campus, and of course there (are) some residual effects,” said Rowlette.
The university will act mostly as a housing unit, providing beds, meals and facilities in which the camps can run their programs.
The exception to this is the sports camps which are run by university athletes, Early Genesis Orientation and the Young Champions Camp.
The size of the camps that use the university’s grounds range from 60 to 2,500 campers, who will be housed everywhere but Campus East.
The Young Champions Camp is designed let 10th, 11th and 12th graders get their feet wet and experience college life on
Early Genesis Orientation is a program that allows freshmen and transfer students to take some of the pressure off their first week of school by finishing financial aid and class registration early.
As for summer school, the deadline for registration is not over yet, so if students are still interested in taking some classes over this summer they can sign up by contacting the
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