Public Speaking and Debate Camp at Drew University

2018 Attendee Information

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Dear Parents and Students!

We are so excited to meet you at Public Speaking and Debate Camp at Drew University. Please read over this information carefully and be sure to note in your personal calendars the dates and times that you will need to be at the campus for opening day, orientation, pick up, drop off, and closing day activities.

During your camp, you may reach out to us via the number and extension below, which is specific to your camp location.

800.450.5012

Top Tips

  • This information can always be found on our Summer Camp Attendee Information Page on our website.
  • For those who need to prepare and pack for camp, we have provided a Packing List. Please ensure that your children are properly equipped for our camp, instruction time, miscellaneous activities, and for their overnight stay.
  • Take note that Capitol Debate Summer Camps are NUT-FREE camps. Due to the presence of severe nut allergies, we maintain a nut-free policy.
  • Please send your child with change and supplies for laundry. We will be helping our residential campers gain a sense of independence through the important lesson of doing one's own laundry.

First Day of Camp

  • Directions to campus »
  • Check-In: The first day of camp will be on Sunday, June 30. Camp check-in will be between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 30 at outside Haselton if weather permits. If weather is poor we will be in the nearby Ehingar Center lobby.. If you are a residential camper, you'll want to arrive as close to 1:00 p.m. as possible so you can set up your dorm room. If you are a commuter camper, you'll want to arrive close to 2:30 p.m.
  • Arriving at Camp: Parking here is free. Please see interactive campus map here »
  • Parent Orientation will take place in the Learning Center Room 28 on Sunday, June 30 after student check in at 3:30 p.m. This is a great opportunity for our parents to meet the staff at their specific location and ask questions as well.
  • Commuter campers can be picked up in front of the Rose Memorial Library at 7:00 p.m. at the end of the first day.

Commuters

  • Commuter Drop off will be at 8:30 a.m. every morning in front of the Rose Memorial Library at the commuter drop off point (see interactive map) with the exception of Sunday, July 7. On this day students will be allowed to sleep in and check in at 12:45 p.m.
  • Commuter Pick up will be at 7:00 p.m every evening in front of the Rose Memorial Library. We will do our best to make sure all functions will return to campus on time but in case of traffic or inclement weather please send your students with a cell phone or your phone number so that we can contact you if we will be late.

Residential Life

  • Dormitory Details: Residential Campers will be staying in Haselton Hall. Refer to the following campus link for more information about this hall: Haselton Hall »
  • Style of Dorms: The students will be staying in traditional dormitories.
  • Dorm Amenities: This dorm has air conditioning, vending machines, lounges, kitchenettes on each floor, and laundry facilitites.

Last Day of Camp

  • Student Showcase: Parents should arrive at Tighlman Lot no later than 8:45 a.m. Capitol Debate Staff will escort parents to the student showcase. This is a great chance for parents to see their students present what they've learned at camp. The showcase will take place in the Seminary Hall from about 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  • Award Ceremony: At 11:00 a.m. we will complete our student showcase and escort parents and students to our awards ceremony which will be held in the Learning Center Room 28. Parents will have the opportunity to watch their students walk across the stage and receive their Certificate of Completion as well as watch some snapshots of students throughout the camp.
  • Checkout: After we wrap up our awards ceremony at 12:00 p.m., we will dismiss our commuter students and escort our residential Parents & Students to their dorm rooms where they can gather their belongings and head home.

Special Camp Events

  • Field Trip: We'll be visiting Funplex on Thursday, July 4.
  • Team Building Day: On Saturday, July 6 the students have a field day on campus with lots of fun activities planned, so make sure to bring some recreational clothing and a pair of shoes to run in!
  • Talent Show: What better way for the kids to have fun than a Talent Show on Saturday, July 6! Make sure to bring something to show off your amazing talents!

Campus Specific Contact Details

  • 800.450.5012
  • Student Name, c/o Capitol Debate Summer Camp
    Drew University
    36 Madison Avenue
    Madison, NJ 07940

Thank you again for your consideration of this important information. If you do have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time. You can email us at team@capitoldebate.com or call in to (800) 450 5012.

Once again, thank you for registering with Capitol Debate and we are looking forward to seeing all of you at camp this summer. We hope you are as ready as we are to have the summer of a lifetime at Capitol Debate Summer Camps!

Your Capitol Debate Staff

Dear Parents and Students!

We are so excited to meet you at Public Speaking and Debate Camp at Drew University. Please read over this information carefully and be sure to note in your personal calendars the dates and times that you will need to be at the campus for opening day, orientation, pick up, drop off, and closing day activities.

During your camp, you may reach out to us via the number and extension below, which is specific to your camp location.

800.450.5012

Top Tips

  • This information can always be found on our Summer Camp Attendee Information Page on our website.
  • For those who need to prepare and pack for camp, we have provided a Packing List. Please ensure that your children are properly equipped for our camp, instruction time, miscellaneous activities, and for their overnight stay.
  • Take note that Capitol Debate Summer Camps are NUT-FREE camps. Due to the presence of severe nut allergies, we maintain a nut-free policy.
  • Please send your child with change and supplies for laundry. We will be helping our residential campers gain a sense of independence through the important lesson of doing one's own laundry.

First Day of Camp

  • Directions to campus »
  • Check-In: The first day of camp will be on Sunday, July 14. Camp check-in will be between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 14 at outside Haselton if weather permits. If weather is poor we will be in the nearby Ehingar Center lobby.. If you are a residential camper, you'll want to arrive as close to 1:00 p.m. as possible so you can set up your dorm room. If you are a commuter camper, you'll want to arrive close to 2:30 p.m.
  • Arriving at Camp: Parking here is free. Please see interactive campus map here »
  • Parent Orientation will take place in the Learning Center Room 28 on Sunday, July 14 after student check in at 3:30 p.m. This is a great opportunity for our parents to meet the staff at their specific location and ask questions as well.
  • Commuter campers can be picked up in front of the Rose Memorial Library at 7:00 p.m. at the end of the first day.

Commuters

  • Commuter Drop off will be at 8:30 a.m. every morning in front of the Rose Memorial Library at the commuter drop off point (see interactive map) with the exception of Sunday, July 21. On this day students will be allowed to sleep in and check in at 12:45 p.m.
  • Commuter Pick up will be at 7:00 p.m every evening in front of the Rose Memorial Library. We will do our best to make sure all functions will return to campus on time but in case of traffic or inclement weather please send your students with a cell phone or your phone number so that we can contact you if we will be late.

Residential Life

  • Dormitory Details: Residential Campers will be staying in Haselton Hall. Refer to the following campus link for more information about this hall: Haselton Hall »
  • Style of Dorms: The students will be staying in traditional dormitories.
  • Dorm Amenities: This dorm has air conditioning, vending machines, lounges, kitchenettes on each floor, and laundry facilitites.

Last Day of Camp

  • Student Showcase: Parents should arrive at Tighlman Lot no later than 8:45 a.m. Capitol Debate Staff will escort parents to the student showcase. This is a great chance for parents to see their students present what they've learned at camp. The showcase will take place in the Seminary Hall from about 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  • Award Ceremony: At 11:00 a.m. we will complete our student showcase and escort parents and students to our awards ceremony which will be held in the Learning Center Room 28. Parents will have the opportunity to watch their students walk across the stage and receive their Certificate of Completion as well as watch some snapshots of students throughout the camp.
  • Checkout: After we wrap up our awards ceremony at 12:00 p.m., we will dismiss our commuter students and escort our residential Parents & Students to their dorm rooms where they can gather their belongings and head home.

Special Camp Events

  • Field Trip: We'll be visiting Funplex on Wednesday, July 17.
  • Team Building Day: On Saturday, July 20 the students have a field day on campus with lots of fun activities planned, so make sure to bring some recreational clothing and a pair of shoes to run in!
  • Talent Show: What better way for the kids to have fun than a Talent Show on Saturday, July 20! Make sure to bring something to show off your amazing talents!

Campus Specific Contact Details

  • 800.450.5012
  • Student Name, c/o Capitol Debate Summer Camp
    Drew University
    36 Madison Avenue
    Madison, NJ 07940

Thank you again for your consideration of this important information. If you do have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time. You can email us at team@capitoldebate.com or call in to (800) 450 5012.

Once again, thank you for registering with Capitol Debate and we are looking forward to seeing all of you at camp this summer. We hope you are as ready as we are to have the summer of a lifetime at Capitol Debate Summer Camps!

Your Capitol Debate Staff

Dear Parents and Students!

We are so excited to meet you at Public Speaking and Debate Camp at Drew University. Please read over this information carefully and be sure to note in your personal calendars the dates and times that you will need to be at the campus for opening day, orientation, pick up, drop off, and closing day activities.

During your camp, you may reach out to us via the number and extension below, which is specific to your camp location.

800.450.5012

Top Tips

  • This information can always be found on our Summer Camp Attendee Information Page on our website.
  • For those who need to prepare and pack for camp, we have provided a Packing List. Please ensure that your children are properly equipped for our camp, instruction time, miscellaneous activities, and for their overnight stay.
  • Take note that Capitol Debate Summer Camps are NUT-FREE camps. Due to the presence of severe nut allergies, we maintain a nut-free policy.
  • Please send your child with change and supplies for laundry. We will be helping our residential campers gain a sense of independence through the important lesson of doing one's own laundry.

First Day of Camp

  • Directions to campus »
  • Check-In: The first day of camp will be on Sunday, July 28. Camp check-in will be between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 28 at Haselton Hall. If you are a residential camper, you'll want to arrive as close to 1:00 p.m. as possible so you can set up your dorm room. If you are a commuter camper, you'll want to arrive close to 2:30 p.m.
  • Arriving at Camp: Parking at this location is free. Please see interactive campus map here »
  • Parent Orientation will take place in Learning Center 28 on Sunday, July 28 after student check in at 3:30 p.m. This is a great opportunity for our parents to meet the staff at their specific location and ask questions as well.
  • Commuter campers can be picked up in front of the Rose Memorial Library at 7:00 p.m. at the end of the first day.

Commuters

  • Commuter Drop off will be at 8:30 a.m. every morning in front of the Rose Memorial Library at the commuter drop off point (see interactive map) with the exception of Sunday, August 4. On this day students will be allowed to sleep in and check in at 12:45 p.m.
  • Commuter Pick up will be at 7:00 p.m every evening in front of the Rose Memorial Library. We will do our best to make sure all functions will return to campus on time but in case of traffic or inclement weather please send your students with a cell phone or your phone number so that we can contact you if we will be late.

Residential Life

  • Dormitory Details: Residential Campers will be staying in Haselton Hall. Refer to the following campus link for more information about this hall: Haselton Hall »
  • Style of Dorms: The students will be staying in traditional dormitories.
  • Dorm Amenities: This dorm has air conditioning, lounges, kitchenettes, vending machines, and laundry facilities.

Last Day of Camp

  • Student Showcase: Parents should arrive at Tighlman Lot no later than 8:45 a.m. Capitol Debate Staff will escort parents to the student showcase. This is a great chance for parents to see their students present what they've learned at camp. The showcase will take place in the Learning Center 28 and Seminary Hall classrooms. from about 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  • Award Ceremony: At 11:00 a.m. we will complete our student showcase and escort parents and students to our awards ceremony which will be held in the Learning Center 28. Parents will have the opportunity to watch their students walk across the stage and receive their Certificate of Completion as well as watch some snapshots of students throughout the camp.
  • Checkout: After we wrap up our awards ceremony at 12:00 p.m., we will dismiss our commuter students and escort our residential Parents & Students to their dorm rooms where they can gather their belongings and head home.

Special Camp Events

  • Field Trip: We'll be visiting FunPlex on Thursday, August 1.
  • Team Building Day: On Saturday, August 3 the students have a field day on campus with lots of fun activities planned, so make sure to bring some recreational clothing and a pair of shoes to run in!
  • Talent Show: What better way for the kids to have fun than a Talent Show on Saturday, August 3! Make sure to bring something to show off your amazing talents!

Campus Specific Contact Details

  • 800.450.5012
  • Student Name, c/o Capitol Debate Summer Camp
    Drew University
    36 Madison Avenue
    Madison, NJ 07940

Thank you again for your consideration of this important information. If you do have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time. You can email us at team@capitoldebate.com or call in to (800) 450 5012.

Once again, thank you for registering with Capitol Debate and we are looking forward to seeing all of you at camp this summer. We hope you are as ready as we are to have the summer of a lifetime at Capitol Debate Summer Camps!

Your Capitol Debate Staff