Is there a form to turn in for prescription medication?
The Medical Release form gives our camp nurse permission to administer your prescription medication if you’d like her to handle it.
If the medication can be self-administered and you will not be bringing an Epi-pen, you don’t need this form.
I’ve registered and paid the registration fee. How do I make supplemental payments?
Payments may be made over the phone by calling (850) 969-1690.
Where will my camper stay?
Your camper will stay in a college residence hall room with up to four other campers. If your camper is attending with a group or team, the group or team is roomed together. Campers are placed in rooms according to birth gender.
What are the age requirements for campers?
Campers must be between the ages of 14 and 18 and be entering into or have just completed grades 9–12.
The guidelines say that girls can wear shorts. Are skirts appropriate for camp dress too?
Yes, skirts are fine! We recommend shorts primarily for recreational activities.
The guidelines say that electronic devices aren’t permitted. Are cell phones allowed?
Cell phones are welcome at camp. Just keep in mind that they must be left in your room during class sessions.
Are there additional fees for meals, lodging, or extra activities?
Meals, lodging, and Sports Center/Swim Center access are all included in the total cost.
Do you offer any scholarships or discounts?
We aren’t offering camp scholarships or discounts at this time.
For campers attending several weeks of camp in a row, is it possible to stay on campus over the weekend?
The camp staff uses each weekend to prepare for the next week’s activities. Because of this, accommodations between camps are unavailable.
What about the night before camp starts or after it ends?
Since the weekends are used for camp prep, we recommend you make plans to arrive/leave on schedule with your week of camp.
Can a meeting be scheduled with college faculty during camp?
Many of our college faculty are away in the summer. If you have any questions about PCC during the camp week, please feel free to visit the Admissions Office.
Is there a lost and found?
If you lose an item during camp, please call our office at 850-969-1690. We hold lost and found items for two weeks after each camp. We’d be happy to send your lost item if you’ll cover shipping!
For Parents Staying in Town
Can I spend time/eat meals with my child?
Absolutely! A meal pass for the week costs just $60 (lunch and dinner only) or $85 (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
If you want to join your camper in the Sports Center during recreation times, you can purchase a wristband for $5 at the Sports Center Hub.
Can my child come off campus with me?
Yes, of course! Just e-mail the camp coordinator for written permission before camp begins.
For your camper’s safety, keep in mind that he may only leave campus with a parent or with a relative on staff at PCC.
Can I volunteer as a camp counselor?
Thanks for your willingness! Our Summer Camps are fully staffed each summer by Pensacola Christian College staff and students, but your company around campus is still welcome!