FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Forms and Information for Middle School and High School Academic Camps
What will I be doing during summer camp evening recreation if I stay on campus at LSSU?
Some of the evening activities include a visit the Soo Locks, view a show at the planetarium, sunset trip to a Lake Superior beach for a bonfire and making s’mores, play basketball, volleyball, disc golf and much more at LSSU’s athletic complex. The Peacock Cove in the student center is also available for ping-pong, corn hole, games, pool table and movies. On rainy days, we may go bowling. Your evening counselors will have many fun group activities planned during summer camp. Only a few, like a visit downtown to get ice cream or fudge, have a minimal cost to the camper.
What supervision will there be?
A camp counselor will participate in all activities with the students. We provide 24-hour supervision to our resident plan students while attending our summer camps. The Lake Superior State University Public Safety office maintains 24/7 security patrols and availability on campus; the Public Safety department also directs a fire drill on the first evening of arrival.
What if the Summer Camp I sign up for is full?
If the summer camp is full, we will notify you and place your name on a waiting list. Otherwise, we can help you find another summer camp offering that may interest you. All money will be refunded if an opening doesn’t become available by the start date for the summer camp offering you requested.
How do I contact Camp LSSU?
650 W. Easterday Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
Code of Conduct / Cancellation Policy
Lake Superior State University reserves the right to terminate the stay of any student, without refund, when it is deemed to be in the best interest of either the student or the program.
Full refunds will be issued for any camp cancelled by LSSU because of low enrollment. Refunds will be issued minus the $150 non-refundable deposit for any camp cancelled by a participant two weeks prior to the camp start date the participant is enrolled in.
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