Camp Campus is a one week, residential experience for high school students diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome or high functioning autism. During this week, students will get a taste of college life, including staying in a residence hall, using dining services on campus and getting involved in recreational activities both on campus and in the community.
How you can learn all about college
Your time at Camp Campus is spent interacting with faculty, university student mentors, and other campers. You will meet with selected faculty and community members who are experts in the field of your career interests. You will also spend time working on personal finance, use of technology, and time management and organizational skills. Guidance will be provided to aid in your transition from high school to post-secondary education. Interested in being a part of the program or know someone who would be?
How to help out Camp Campus
Are you interested in helping out with Camp Campus? We are always looking for volunteers to mentor our campers. If you have an interest in working with high school students with Asperger’s syndrome, please submit the application below to become a Camp Campus mentor.
The cost for attending Camp Campus can be a financial burden for some participants. We are always looking for donations to offer financial assistance to those who need it. If you are interested in donating, please contact us for more information on how to do so.