Camp Frequently Asked Questions
*****PLEASE NOTE: the information below applies to 2013 camps. Information on all 2014 camps will be updated soon.********
|Faculty and students play together in Project: Beyond the Page. Photo by Bryan Nealy, 2013 Intern.
When will if know I am accepted to camp?
All applicants will be accepted on a rolling basis. Space is limited: apply now to ensure your spot!
Is the application fee refundable?
The application fee is $100. If accepted, the application fee is applied to tuition. If not accepted, $75 of the application fee is refunded.
How do students get to and from activities during camp?
Transportation to all activities is provided for all students in minivans or 12-passenger vans.
Are students supervised?
Carefully-selected counselors, teachers and staff supervise students under the age of 18 throughout camp hours. College-age students and adults have fewer restrictions than students under 18. Local students are supervised in all activities. All students are required to sign a behavior agreement that helps ensure their safety during camp.
|A Rock Camp student enjoys
band practice. Photo by
Reilly Owen, 2012 Intern
How do I get financial aid?
Complete the financial aid portion of the application and submit your application as early as possible. Camp acceptance and financial aid distribution is done on a rolling basis and scholarship funds are limited. Scholarships are extremely competitive, so you are strongly encouraged to seek financial aid from local sources, and apply as early as possible.
Are there performances families and friends can attend?
Yes. Each camp has a concert celebrating the work done during the camp.
Details regarding each camp's final performance will be made available as we finalize schedules and locations.
Rachel Jones, Director of Education and Community Engagement
The Britt Institute
PO Box 1124
Medford, OR 97501
For your convenience you may send Rachel an email from our Contact Us page.