Summer Programs 2021
You Can Do That Here!
University Liggett School Summer Programs offer a variety of fun and exciting day, sports and specialty camps throughout the summer. Kids of all ages will enjoy unique camp experiences – making friends and memories that will last a lifetime. What a great way to spend the summer!
Registration is closed for all of our Day Camp sessions. We have spots available in our Sports Camps and Kids-Empowered camps.
SUMMER PROGRAMS IS HIRING
University Liggett School Summer Programs seeks the following summer positions for its Day Camp program:
- Music Instructor
- Makerspace Instructor
ULS Day Camp begins Monday, June 21 and ends Friday, July 30. Hours would be approximately 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. All positions would work with campers in rising Kindergarten - 6th grade.
For a complete list of qualifications and requirements, or to apply, send a cover letter, resume and the Day Camp employment application, to Pete Dettlinger, ULS Summer Programs Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Liggett School’s Day Camp has been the standard of summer fun for generations — with traditional camp activities like archery, outdoor adventure, swimming, sports, performing arts, science and nature and Makerspace. Campers enjoy a variety of exciting activities that keep them active and engaged all day.
UNIVERSITY LIGGETT SCHOOL
SUMMER PROGRAMS POLICIES
Cancellations and Refunds: Cancellation of enrollment should not be assumed until confirmed by Liggett Day Camp & Clinics (“Camp”). Refunds of deposits are provided before May 1st and must be requested in writing. Refunds of camp fees are not provided after May 1st for reasons, including, without limitation: absences, suspensions, dismissals, withdrawals, or dissatisfaction with placement or Camp.
Extended Illnesses: In the case of extended illness confirmed in writing by a physician, camp fees will be refunded on a per-day basis beginning after the fourth day of absence.
Program Closures: Refunds of program fees will not be provided for camp or clinic closures due to circumstances beyond the Camp’s control, including but not limited to such things as severe weather and power outages. The program makes no warranty or guaranty, express or implied, as to the stability, reliability, availability, accuracy or completeness of the program or any products or services provided through or in conjunction with the Camp. Except as expressly set forth in the contract, the Camp is provided strictly on an “as is” basis.
The Camp appreciates the support of our camp families and camp staff in this unprecedented time. Please know that we are monitoring the ever-evolving situation and are continuing to look at ways to provide a safe and fun summer for everyone. Our number one priority is the safety of our campers, their families and our staff.
Therefore, we require that all members of the Camp (campers, staff, parents and visitors) to comply with School policies on mask-wearing, social distancing, hygiene practices, and the School’s medical and governmental guidelines related to COVID-19. The federal, state and local guidelines and requirements can change, and it is important that everyone make a concerted effort to become aware of their shared responsibilities.
In addition, we require that all families comply with our COVID-19 Health and Safety protocols. These protocols are as follows:
- Complete all forms (medical, waiver, etc.) in order to attend the first day of camp.
- Wear masks properly while on campus
- Practice consistent hand hygiene that includes avoiding touching face, mouth, eyes or nose.
- Practice appropriate social distancing- Campers will be placed in pods and remain with their pod as much as possible
- Read ALL emails from Camp daily to stay informed about health and safety updates
- Notify the Camp if the camper is exposed to someone with COVID-19 or if they or a family member in their home tests positive for COVID-19
- Stay home when sick and communicate with camp staff for appropriate steps before return
- Parents and visitors will not be allowed inside
COVID-19 CANCELLATION POLICY:
Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, Liggett Day Camp & Clinics (“Camp”) will make an exception to its Camp Closures, Cancellations and Refunds and Extended Illnesses policies for the 2021 camp season.
If the Camp is unable to operate during the session in which your child is enrolled due to directives from Wayne County Health Department, the State of Michigan, and/or any other authorized governing body, the Camp will refund the deposit and the full amount of proportionated sessions fees paid for the session less any outstanding balances due. If enrolled in multiple sessions, refunds will be processed on a per session basis. If applicable, the Camp will endeavor to process refunds within 30 days after the session cancellation notice date.
If your child is unable to attend the scheduled session due to the COVID-19 illness, or a COVID-19 quarantine and/or waiting period, you may request a refund. The refund request must be in writing and include written confirmation from a physician, certifying your child’s ineligible status for the session your child is enrolled. Subsequently, the Camp will refund the deposit and full amount of proportionate tuition paid for the session less any outstanding balances due. If enrolled in multiple sessions, refunds will be processed on a per session basis. If applicable, the Camp will endeavor to process refunds within 30 days after the session cancellation notice date.
Click here to download a copy of our Summer Programs policies.