106 E Main St., 49283 Spring Arbor, MI
The transition from high school to college can be daunting for some students. Unfamiliarity with the campus, classroom etiquette, curriculum, dorm life and interacting with professors can all be sources of anxiety to incoming college freshmen. The Spring Arbor University Academic Summer Camp aims to relieve many of those concerns by offering an opportunity for 15-18 years old to experience three nights and four days in the life of a college student.
At the camp, students will stay in dorms, attend classes and participate in residential life activities like bonfires, movies on the lawn and recreational sports. The academic camp will familiarize students with college life while expanding their knowledge in the subject area of their choice with college level lectures, character building, and experiential learning. Students will find that the camp equips them with the tools to write the next chapter of their life in higher education.
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Students will find that the academic camp has much more to offer than just familiarizing them with a classroom setting and college curriculum. Residential life is a meaningful and exciting part of college, and it’s important for students to get involved on campus in order to achieve a sense of belonging and a good balance between academic excellence and social involvement.
The summer camp will offer many opportunities for students to become more comfortable with the communal aspect of campus, ensuring that they feel comfortable participating in residential life and cultivating lasting friendships with their peers.
Complete the registration form in order to reserve your spot at the camp today! Invest in your future as a student and be diligent in your preparation to the transition from high school to college life! There are limited spots for this unique opportunity, so register now to reserve your place. Find yourself both better prepared for higher education and a step ahead of those without this exclusive, inside look at college life.
The unique culture of Spring Arbor University allows for faculty and student collaboration through hands-on skill building and experiential learning. Students and faculty work closely to create a learning environment that challenges students intellectually and encourages character building. It was this environment that made it possible for a few business students and a faculty member to create the Gainey School of Business Service Bureau, a student run group that accepts and executes projects from departments and faculty in order to enhance the campus experience for current and future students while promoting the importance of academic work.