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University of Missouri-St. Louis
SUCCEED Summer Enrichment Camp
★ What is SUCCEED?
SUCCEED is a two year post-secondary program at UMSL for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. While enrolled in SUCCEED, students live in Oak Hall, participate in campus activities, complete vocational training and vocational experiences, enroll in UMSL credit courses ,and complete noncredit curriculum that focuses on independent living, self-advocacy, self-determination, and social skill development.
★ What is the SUCCEED Summer Enrichment Camp?
The SUCCEED Summer Enrichment Camp provides students ages 17 to 22 the SUCCEED college experience. Students will stay overnight in Oak Hall, utilize a meal plan on campus, take various academic workshops, complete vocational training, and engage in recreational and traditional camp activities on campus.
★ What are the qualifications to participate in the SUCCEED Summer Enrichment Camp?
- Student must be between the ages of 17-22
- Student must be able to manage medication independently
- Student must be able to navigate basic hygiene and self-care independently
- Student must be able to function successfully with a 3 to 1 staff to student ratio
- Student must provide diagnosis of intellectual or developmental disability
★ Important Information:
- Applications due Friday, March 23rd by 4:00 pm, mailed applications may be postmarked March 23rd
- Potential applicants must be available to attend the Meet and Greet/Group Interview April 7th at 10:00 am.
- Camp dates are June 11-14, 2018
- Students check-in by 11:30 am on June 11th and check out by 6:00 pm on June 14th
- Camp cost is $550
- Summer Camp Vouchers will be accepted
- Cost includes camp programming, overnight accommodations, and meals from lunch Monday June 11th through lunch Thursday June 14th.
Interested in applying for a voucher through the Recreation Council? Visit their website here.