IMPORTANT - COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS
- ALL CAMPERS MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED. Full vaccination is defined as 2 weeks after the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or 2 weeks after the one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. During the registration process the individual completing the registration form will need to attest that the person associated with the registration is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including booster if eligible) and meets the Princeton University visitor guidelines (https://covid.princeton.edu/policies).
- LIMITED ACCESS ON CAMPUS. Please limit the number of individuals traveling to campus with each camper and keep in mind that spectators may have limited access during indoor and outdoor sports camps/clinics.
- MEDICAL & RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS. Medical and religious exemptions will not be accepted for 2022 Sports Camps & Clinics.
- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. For more information, please review all Frequently Asked Questions.
The Parental Release Form & Health Form are also included in the Camper Information Packet. A link to the packet is provided in the Confirmation Receipt e-mailed after registering.
Participants are required to submit the Parental Release Form, Health Form and a copy of their Immunization Records at check-in. Without these documents completed in their entirety, campers will not be permitted to participate in any camp activity.
The Parental Release Form must be signed by the participants parent/guardian and includes areas to list an emergency contact.
The Health Form must be completed and signed by the participants parent/guardian and covers the camper's medical history, insurance policy, allergies, medications and any limitations.
Medications at camp
In accordance with N.J.A.C. 8:25-5.3(h), Princeton University will not administer medications of any type (prescription or over-the-counter) to camp participants of any age. Princeton University will not be held responsible for housing/storing medication(s). Parent(s)/Legal Guardian(s) and camp participants will be held responsible for administering and housing/storing medication(s) in a discrete place during camp.
We strongly recommend Parent(s)/Legal Guardian(s) of camp participants that have been prescribed medication(s) that are self-administered to treat potentially life-threatening conditions (ie. inhalers, EpiPen) meet with the Health Director during check-in to discuss their use.
New Jersey Youth Camp Standards (N.J.A.C. 8:25) require campers to be immunized with the vaccinations required for child-care center, preschool or school attendance as appropriate for the camper's age, according to the immunization schedule found in N.J.A.C. 8:57-4. An immunization schedule can be found at https://nj.gov/health/cd/documents/imm_requirements/k12_parents.pdf