2022 Camp Schedule
After Check-In and our Welcome Session on campus, we will travel to our camp center in Livingston, Texas. There our first day will be focused on Spirit and Tradition. You will be introduced to your camp, participate in discussion groups, learn about traditions, and end the day with an all camp themed mixer.
The second day of camp focuses on Growth and Unity. This day is dedicated to learning about what it's like to be a Coog from your Counselors and spending time with your camp. Students will have the opportunity to relax with some camp free time and we will end the day with a Talent Show featuring you!
|Arrive at UH Campus||12:30 p.m.|
On the last day of camp, we close out our program by tying in everything you learned at camp with how to bring it back to the UH campus. You will get to spend more time with your individual camp and then we will close out with our last campfire before heading back to campus!
The nonrefundable registration fee is $140. This fee covers your food and lodging for 3 days and 2 nights, transportation to and from campus, camp shirt and materials, and of course an unforgettable experience!
The Cub Camp fee will be added to your Tuition and Fee bill on or before August 12th, 2022. This means you will pay for Cub Camp at the same time as your fall classes. Whatever method of payment you are using for tuition can also apply to your Cub Camp fee.
The Cub Camp 2022 Scholarship Application will open soon.
All 2022 applicants will be notified by no later than July 29, 2022.
There are a limited number of spots reserved per session for Cub Camp scholarship recipients. To be considered for a Cub Camp scholarship: complete the online application, selecting the “I want to be considered for a scholarship” option on the first page of the registration form and submit the form. Scholarship applicants receive notification by no later than July 29 making them aware of the status of their scholarship request. Cub Camp will accept scholarship requests for consideration as long as there are funds available.
Requesting a Cub Camp scholarship does not guarantee you a scholarship or a spot at Cub Camp. If you wish to secure a Cub Camp spot, you must register and make an out-of-pocket payment for Cub Camp. The fee for Cub Camp is nonrefundable. No exceptions.
Scholarship Eligibility Criteria
This $75 scholarship will cover a portion of the Cub Camp fee for one camper and is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to Pell Grant eligible students who sign up for Cub Camp.
If you are not selected as a scholarship recipient, and wish to cancel the Cub Camp registration, you must do so according to the cancellation policy. See Cancellation tab for more information.
The Cub Camp fee is nonrefundable. Registrants are made aware the fee is nonrefundable, no exceptions, during the online registration process before making a commitment to pay. If a student chooses to cancel their registration they will not be refunded any portion of the fee. No exceptions.
To cancel registration, the student logs into the registration site and clicks the “Cancel” button at the bottom of the page. The student will receive notification via email confirming the request to cancel.