General Camp Information
- All camps have limited enrollment. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis
- Prior to registering for a camp, please read the camp description carefully so you are aware of the camp requirements.
- Please let us know at the time of registration if your child has any special accommodations or modifications that we need to be aware of.
- The College does not provide insurance for possible injury during the sessions. Participants should be prepared to show that adequate coverage has been obtained from other sources.
- If you have any additional questions, please contact Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Refund Policy
There is a $25 non-refundable fee for any cancellation. Refunds (less $25) will be made ONLY when you notify the Continuing Education Office AT LEAST SEVEN (7) DAYS before the first day of the program.
If you have paid by check, your refund will arrive in three weeks. Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card payments will be credited to your account.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed! If you are not completely satisfied with our program, please call our Office at 215-968-8411 by the last day of any camp.
Important Information For Face to Face Camps
All Medical/Emergency information will be managed through the Camp Doc System. You will be asked to register or update your current information prior to the beginning of camp. For your child's safety and protection, this information must be entered prior to the start date of your child's camp. We will need this information to contact you in case your child experiences an accident or illness. Information concerning the use of the system will be mailed to you with your confirmation letter.
If an emergency occurs, and you need to notify your child, please call the Office of Continuing Education at 215-968-8409 or 215-968-8411 We will contact your child. We discourage the use of cell phones during our camp day as it is disruptive to the camp program.
If your child arrives after the camp start time, please bring him/her to Cottage 3 (Continuing Ed office) and SIGN IN. A staff member will bring your child to the specific camp.
If you need to pick-up your child early from camp, please fill out the Kids on Campus Early Dismissal Form, and give it to your camp instructor. Your child will be brought to Cottage 3 where you can meet him/her, and SIGN OUT with identification. (This form may be duplicated as needed.)
A lunch program is available to campers through Culinart, the college food service provider. Lunch bracelets will be sold on the Monday morning of each week at the drop off tent.
Daily menu will include:
- Choice of Entree
- Cheese Pizza
- Chicken Tenders
- Ham & Cheese
- Turkey & Cheese
- Fresh Salad
- Choice of Side
- French Fries
- Potato Chips
- Choice of Drink
- 8oz. Lemonade
- Iced Tea
- Fruit Punch
- Orange Drink
Anything off of this menu will be sold at a la carte pricing. A complete meal consists of one of each of the above categories and costs $5.75 per day.
SAVE WHEN PURCHASING 1 COMPLETE WEEK - ONLY $28.00
There will be no advanced lunch tickets sold. Campers also have the option of bringing lunch. Cold beverages are also available for purchase.
Outdoor activities will be held indoors during inclement weather.
Drop Off & Pick Up Directions
IMPORTANT: ALL TRAFFIC MUST ENTER BY THE EAST GATE (This is the entrance with the traffic light, closest to Newtown)
Lower Bucks Family YMCA Before and After Care: Location - Gymnasium. See YMCA Instructions in the Camp Brochure ALL OTHER CAMPS: See campus map for details
Drop-Off: Enter the College campus at the EAST GATE (traffic light) Entrance. After turning into campus gate, continue straight ahead to lower parking lot “C”; turn right and follow the signs along the marked barricade. Security Officers and camp staff will be waiting there to assist you. Please park your vehicle and escort your child to the Pavilion area to find his/her camp. Camp assistants will be holding signs to indicate the meeting area for each camp.
Pick-Up: Same as Above/Enter the College campus at the EAST GATE (traffic light) Entrance. After turning into campus gate, continue straight ahead to lower parking lot “C”; turn right and follow the signs along the marked barricade. Security Officers and camp staff will be waiting there to assist you. Please park your vehicle in the area marked with signs, and walk to the Pavilion and meet your child. The camp instructor or assistant will record that you picked up your child.
Drop-Off time: Please note that all camps begin promptly at 9 am and campers will depart from the Pavilion at that time. Traffic can get quite heavy so plan your arrival accordingly. Anyone arriving late will be escorted to their camp location by camp staff at 15-minute intervals. After 9:30 am, please bring your child directly to the Cottage 3.
If rain is expected on any camp day, please be sure your child has a raincoat and umbrella since he/she will be walking to and from Lot “C.” The Pavilion will be used for gathering the children during inclement weather while all children are arriving for camps or waiting for pick-up. If weather conditions are extreme, the children will be bused to and from the drop-off/pick-up area. Please be patient; this can take a little longer than usual.
Extended Hours Program (Before and Aftercare)
In order to provide for your child’s safety, the College does not permit any child on campus without proper supervision. If you find it necessary to drop off your child early, or pick up your child after camp hours, you must register him/her in the Lower Bucks Family YMCA Before and After Care. Supervised activities will be provided and arrangements to register may be made on a weekly basis through the summer. The program is held on the Bucks County Community College Newtown campus in the gymnasium.
Call the Lower Bucks Family YMCA at 215-949-3400 for details and pricing for the Before and Aftercare program located at the Bucks County Community College/ Kids on Campus, Newtown. Please visit www.lbfymca.org/camp for more information.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding these procedures, please feel free to call us at 215-968-8411.