General Information (Summer Sport School)
Room and board
All campers for residential camps will be housed in the universities dormitories. Most rooming situations provide for 2 campers, however, a few triples and a very limited number of singles would be available. These special rooming configurations are at a first come first serve basis. If a camper has a roommate preference please note this on the application or by contacting that camps director. Meals will be provided in the universities Dana Dining. Campers should bring towels, swimsuit, toiletries as well as all appropriate athletic attire as well as casual cloths.
All camps at St. Lawrence University have the opportunity to utilize some of the best athletic/recreation facilities in the country. The University has been continually upgrading their athletic/recreation facilities over the past eight years. Some of the more recent additions include Newell Field House which houses a 200 meter indoor track as well as five tennis courts and four recreation basketball courts. This facility also includes a 10,000 square foot fitness center. The North Country Turf Field and Sandy MacAllester Field (Soccer Stadium) were also recently completed. For a more in depth look at the universities athletic facilities take a look through our virtual tour.
The Winning Health Center will be open for medical needs from 10:00-2:00 daily while camps are in session. The Universities Certified Athletic Training Staff as well as EMT's will provide supervision while camps are in session 24 hours a day. As a prerequisite for attendance at all camps the New York State Department of Health requires that a complete rec ord of immunizations and medical history forms along with a medication sheet indicating all over-the-counter and/or prescription medications be approved by the campers family physician must be completed. These forms can be downloaded from this website and submitted with the application. Click here for health form. Click here for medication form.
Parents of campers are encouraged to provide health insurance for their children while in attendance. If a physicians services are need or emergency medical services are required at area hospitals or trauma centers these charges will be billed directly to the parents.
For more information please contact Summer Camp Coordinator Kate Curran at (315) 229-5813 for all Summer Sports Camp related questions or information.