Camps on Campus
Camps on Campus is a group of unique professionals who are connected to running or operating camp programs on college and university campuses.
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2022–2025 Indiana Youth Programs on Campus
Through this initiative, the Endowment is allocating a total of $28.8 million for planning grants and program implementation grants.
As part of IYPC, the Endowment has provided funding to the American Camp Association to offer specialized resources, training and technical assistance, networking and community connection opportunities, consultation, and other support customized for the 35 colleges and universities that have chosen to participate in IYPC.
Through this initiative, IYPC institutions will have access to the national Camps on Campus kindred group. This community is a unique group of camps and professionals who run and operate youth programs on college and university campuses. Some IYPC institutions have provided youth programs in the past, and others are brand new to serving young people on college campuses, but both groups will gain access to ACA tools that will help them provide safe, fun, engaging, and high-quality youth programs on their campuses. Details about each university’s camp can be found here.
Indiana Youth Programs on Campus Initiative Supported by the Lilly Endowment
Camps on Campus Virtual Conversations
Dos and Don’ts for Universities and Colleges Hosting Youth Summer Camps
Camps on Campus
Who Is Part of This Group?
College & University Programs for Minors
This community is a unique group of camps and professionals with youth programs on college and university campuses. Whether you are an administrator, program director, or camp director that over sees one or many programs, ACA has resources that will be beneficial to you and your work.
Indiana Youth Programs on Campus
Indiana Youth Programs on Campus (IYPC) is a new Lilly Endowment initiative designed to help Indiana colleges and universities in their efforts to create new or expand and enhance existing high-quality, on-campus programs for Hoosier youth, ages 5-18. Through this initiative, the Endowment is allocating a total of $28.8 million for planning grants and program implementation grants. As part of IYPC, the Endowment has provided funding to the American Camp Association (ACA) to offer specialized resources, training, and technical assistance, convenings, consultation and other services customized for Indiana’s colleges and universities that have chosen to participate in IYPC.
K-12 Independent School Auxiliary Programs
The Camps on Campus community includes a group of professionals who serve in a variety of roles in K-12 independent schools, from directors of auxiliary programs, to enrichment director, summer programs director.
Camps on Campus Kindred Group
If you are interested in connecting with peers, sharing ideas, educating yourself and your institutions, and improving risk management, health and safety, staff training, and quality of youth programs on your campus - this group is for you.
- New to ACA? This is a great place to begin building your network and become connected to others like yourself.
- Been around ACA for a while? Your peers in higher education and in traditional camps need you to bring your knowledge of this unique setting to the conversation.
Want to know more about membership for yourself or your programs? Learn more.
For more information, contact the membership team or 765-342-8456, press 1.
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