High school students, who will be entering 9th – 12th grades in September 2020, are eligible to participate.
If a student requires unexpected medical, dental, health, psychological or hospital services while he/she is participating in the Science Mini-Camp at Widener University, the consent of a parent/guardian is required. Care may be rendered only with such consent, except in a true emergency. Although the University will make every effort to contact a parent/guardian in the event of a medical emergency, attempting to reach them for permission to treat or issue information can delay treatment. This document is designed so that you may appoint a representative of Widener University to arrange for health care services for your child and to provide insurance information to the provider. This document will be presented to appropriate medical professionals or their representatives if medical care is required.
All information obtained from this form will be strictly for the use of Widener University School of Arts and Sciences and Health Services staff and will not be released to anyone without parent/guardian consent .
Note: Widener University staff/faculty cannot administer or supervise administration of any medication.
By checking the "I attest" box below and typing my name, I attest that the above medical history of the student named above is correct, and that he/she is permitted to engage in all prescribed camp activities. I also consent to the following:I authorize the
Widener University's Young Scientists Summer Mini-Camp program provides a wonderful learning experience for budding scientists of high-school age. The program involves direct scientific experimentation and discovery, and provides a unique opportunity to meet with college faculty who are also professional scientists, along with Widener undergraduate science majors. We are confident that your daughter/son will find our summer program to be stimulating and rewarding.
Our summer program contains various workshop activities requiring teamwork with other attendees, and we expect all attendees to treat each other, as well as the Widener faculty, students, and staff, with courtesy and respect. We also require that all attendees to follow all provided safety rules and guidelines. We reserve the right to immediately dismiss any student, who, in our sole discretion, exhibits disruptive behavior, disregards the rules, or interferes with the progress and enjoyment of others. Dismissed students are not entitled to a refund.
1. Regular tuition is $200.00 per session ($175.00 until June 15, 2018), which includes all laboratory/workshop materials and lunches.
2. At its discretion, the College of Arts & Sciences reserves the right to cancel the summer camp session. Should this happen, parents (or legal guardians) will be notified and tuition will be refunded in full.
3. The College of Arts & Sciences reserves the right to modify the schedule of events, remove certain activities, and substitute in others without prior notice.
4. Cancellations made by parents (or legal guardians) will be accepted up to 12:00 noon on Thursday, June 14, 2018, with a full refund. Cancellations received by 12:00 noon on Thursday, June 21 (five days before the camp begins) will receive a 50% refund. After that date, no refunds will be made.
Once you submit the form, you will be directed to the payment page. Registration is complete once payment has been processed.
Please note that submitting the form does not complete the registration process.