What do participants in the Immerse Into ASL program do each day?
Program participants are up and at breakfast by 8:00 am. Classes start promptly at 9:00. After a noon lunch break, students return back to classes for their afternoon sessions and their chosen workshops. During the evenings and weekends, we've planned for a variety of activities and social events, including an excursion into Washington, DC -- exciting days filled with learning opportunities in an environment rich in cultural diversity! Where are the students/youth/campers housed?
Participants are housed together in the dorms on campus. Are youth/students supervised?
Participants are supervised 24/7 by camp staff and qualified dorm counselors specifically assigned to the Youth programs. Additionally, all dorms have Resident Advisors on duty in the main office.
What does the program fee cover?
Program fee covers program instruction, housing, three meals a day, transportation, outings, recreation fees and camp t-shirt. We do not cover airfare/travel costs to and from Washington, DC.Is linen provided for my child?
One set of sheets, a pillow and a set of towels (towel and wash cloth). Your child may also bring his/her own linen. Should my child bring spending money?
Yes, for snacks in the evenings and for off campus events such as the Rehoboh Beach outing.Is there a Bookstore on campus?
There is a Bookstore on campus which sells a variety of items typically sold in a small drug store. It is closed on the weekends. Are accommodations available to parents who accompany their child and wish to stay overnight?
Residence Life provides visitors housing. There is also the Kellogg Conference Hotel on campus. Please contact Visitors Housing at email@example.com
directly for the housing registration form. Kellogg Conference Hotel's reservation number is (202) 651-6000.Can I do a payment plan?
Yes. We accept payment plans in two installments. A minimum of a $250 deposit needs to be made ASAP in order to secure your child's spot. Full payment is due no later than June 5, 2015 in order to guarantee your child's spot in the program of choice. We will send an email to update you on the status of processed payments as well. Alternative payment plans may be discussed and agreed upon. Is there financial assistance available for Immerse Into ASL participants?
Yes, we do have scholarships. In order to be considered for a scholarship, you will need to fill out a scholarship form with a letter explaining why you should receive the scholarship as well as a copy of your recent tax forms. We provide scholarships only to deaf and hard of hearing students. What else is required other than submitting an application online?
After submitting an application online, we will need a copy of your child's high school transcript indicating a GPA of 2.75 or higher, a letter of recommendation from their guidance counselor will be required if the GPA requirement is not met. Those documents can be faxed to (202) 651-5296 to the attention of Samantha Siedschlag, or emailed to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon receipt of these documents, prospective campers will then be contacted to set up an evaluative skype meeting with a program official. Afterward we will send an email confirmation in regards to your child's acceptance into the program.
When is the application deadline?
We do not have a specific deadline. However, spots do fill up quickly, so the sooner we receive everything, the better. Our Immerse Into ASL program will have a maximum of 48 students.
When is check-in and check-out dates/times?
Check-in is on June 25th, and check-out is on July 3rd. Check-in times may vary due to flight times. Participants must check out of the dorms no later than noon on July 3rd.