you an adventurous first-year student? Do you want to have fun in the great outdoors?
is for you!
H-Camp, the official retreat of UF's Honors Program, is offered to first-year honors students at the beginning of each semester. Honors students are among the most
eager and engaged students at the University of Florida, and we want to help
them achieve their full potential.
When we put a large group of motivated students
together for the weekend, give them the support of older, successful
student leaders, and provide them with an opportunity to build powerful friendships and connections in a
mentally and physically stimulating environment, the results are impressive. At every H-Camp this proves be true.
H-Camp participants go on to
assume leadership roles in prestigious
organizations on campus and the friendships they make during that weekend continue
to strengthen throughout their time at UF.
This retreat is centered on welcoming and integrating students to the Honors Program. As first-year students, making connections is critical. By interacting with students who
share common goals and interests, H-Campers build long-lasting relationships that will
help enable success at UF. Questions about H-Camp? Email email@example.com
Please pay close attention to the cancellation policy at the bottom of the registration page.
Fall 2016 H-Camp
Dates: Wednesday, August 17th, 2016, 5:00 p.m. - Friday, August 19th, 2016, 4:00 p.m.
Location: Camp Kulaqua in High Springs Florida
Fee: $95 per person
This session of H-Camp is geared towards first-year honors students. Space is limited.
We will spend a lot of time outside playing games and team building. Registration fees
include transportation, lodging, meals (camp cuisine), activities, staffing, and a t-shirt.
Move-in dates for students planning to live on campus in the fall are August 16th-August 21st.
Students planning to attend H-Camp should schedule a move-in time before or after the event.
Registration for Fall H-Camp will open in July 18th at 10:00 a.m.
Note: Please register using the name of the student participating