Bowdoin College Day Camp Registration Form


Please complete this web form and mail your check, payable to Bowdoin College, to:

Bowdoin College Day Camp
Events and Summer Programs
3275 College Station
Brunswick, ME 04011-8423

Applicants will not be guaranteed a spot until payment is received. If your last name differs from that of your child, please write the child’s name on the check.

For questions regarding registration, please contact the Office of Events and Summer Programs at 207-725-3433 or at summerprograms@bowdoin.edu.

Fee: The cost of Day Camp is $200.00 per week, per camper. Campers entering 10th or 11th grade may attend for half price ($100.00).

Deposit: A non-refundable $100.00 deposit per week must be received within seven days of submitting your application to hold a place for each camper. The balance of $100.00 is required on or before the first morning of each session. You may pay the entire fee at the time of registration. All applicants whose registrations and the required deposit are received by May 11 are guaranteed a spot in the requested week(s) of Day Camp.

Waitlist Policy: Some camp weeks fill up in May. After the May 11 date of guarantee, please check the website at bowdoinsummerdaycamp.com for up to date information on which weeks have openings and which have gone to waitlist. Children who apply for weeks that are full after May 11 will be placed on waiting lists. A registration form, release and indemnity agreement, and deposit are still required to hold a spot on the waiting list.

Registration: If your last name differs from that of your child(ren), please write the child(ren's) name on the check. If you are registering more than one child, each child must have a separate registration form and Release and Indemnity Agreement. When you click "Submit" on this registration form, a confirmation message will appear on your screen. There will be a link that says "Click here to register another child" at the bottom of the confirmation. For questions regarding registration, please contact the Office of Events and Summer Programs at 207-725-3433 or at summerprograms@bowdoin.edu. For all other questions and/or information, please contact Coach Slovenski at pslovens@bowdoin.edu.


Items marked with a red asterisk (*) are required.


*Please check the week(s) you wish your child to attend:
$100 deposit x 0 weeks = $0

Please note: The deposit will not be refunded (unless we are unable to give your child a spot), so do not send a deposit unless you are certain you wish to reserve a space. All outstanding balances must be paid by the first day of your child’s week. You may also pay the entire fee at the time of registration.

Participant's Information



Parent/Guardian Information


An email confirming submission of this form will be sent to this address.



Emergency Contact Information

If we cannot reach you in an emergency, who should we call? Please enter only one name and phone number


Person(s) permitted to pickup child:

Your child will be allowed to leave camp only with the person(s) listed below. There will be no exceptions. No child will be permitted to leave camp unsupervised without written permission. Any changes must be documented in a note signed by you and given to the Administrator on that particular day.


Walking or Biking

If your child will be walking or biking (no skateboards on campus), please grant your permission, and acceptance of your responsibility for his/her safe arrival and departure, by indicating their arrival and departure times and checking the box below. Campers who walk or bike will not be allowed to come and go as they please.

Please indicate the expected arrival and departure time:



Release and Indemnity Agreement


In consideration of Bowdoin College (the “College”) accepting the Participant into the Bowdoin College Day Camp Summer Program (“the Summer Program”), the undersigned agrees as follows:

  1. The undersigned understands that the Participant’s involvement in the Summer Program at the College poses risks of personal injury, loss or damage to property, or loss of life. The undersigned knowingly assumes any and all risks connected with Participant’s involvement in the Summer Program and hereby waives any right to make any claim against the College, its officers, employees, Trustees, or agents.

  2. The undersigned, on behalf of himself/herself and the Participant, hereby releases the College, its employees, and agents from any claim. The undersigned further agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the College, its officers, employees, Trustees, or agents from any such claim.

  3. This indemnity, waiver and release includes, without limitation, any claim arising out of negligence or alleged negligence on the part of the College, its officers, employees, Trustees, or agents.

  4. For purposes of this Agreement, the term “claim” means any claim, cause of action, damage or liability, specifically including attorney’s fees, relating to or in connection with the Participant’s involvement in the Summer Program.

  5. This Agreement shall be governed by Maine law and shall be binding on the heirs, personal representatives and assigns of the undersigned. If any part of this Agreement is found to be unenforceable by a court or other body having jurisdiction, the provisions shall be altered and not eliminated as may be considered reasonable, and as amended shall be enforced.

  6. As a condition of, and in consideration of, the acceptance of this application, therefore, the undersigned parent/guardian consents to have administrators of the Summer Program act in his/her behalf should an emergency arise, and hereby grants permission to said administrators to authorize medical attention and treatment. The consenting guardian or parent understands that any medical treatment is not payable by the College.

  7. The undersigned understands that it is a requirement of the Summer Program that all Participants be covered by health insurance.


THIS IS AN INDEMNITY AND RELEASE AGREEMENT

READ AND UNDERSTAND IT BEFORE SIGNING


Medical or Special Needs




Insurance is required to attend the Bowdoin College Day Camp. By signing the Assumption of Risk Statement and Indemnification/Release Agreement, you are confirming that the participant is actively enrolled in an insurance program.