Summer Conferences and Camps.
Drew University hosts more than 40 camps and conferences throughout the summer season, which runs from mid-May through mid-August. Drew’s central location in Morris County, NJ and its proximity to train stations with direct access to NYC, makes the campus ideal for internship programs, sports camps, project graduations, and other educational and leadership short and long-term programs.
|Capitol Debate||July 1-13; July 15-27|
|Christa Aluotto Soccer Camp||July 23-27|
|Drew Summer College||July 8-July 27|
|Drew Rangers Fencing Camp||July 22- August 4|
|Field Hockey||August 7-10|
|Keckler Basketball Camp||June 25-29; July 16-20|
|Lenny Armuth Soccer Academy||July 9-13|
|NJ Governor’s School of the Sciences||July 9-27|
|Oasis in Madison||June 25-August 17|
|Sports International Football Camps||July 14-20|
|Shakespeare Theatre of NJ||May 27-August 6|
|Street Squash||July 2-August 10|
|The Writers Circle||July 23- August 10|
The Camps/Conferences listed above are independently owned and operated. These Camps/Conferences are not affiliated with Drew University.
Listed below are some suggested items of what you should bring along if you are attending an overnight camp at Drew University:
Box fan or oscillating fan (some of Drew’s residence halls are not air conditioned)
Linen*/sleeping bag/towels (Including hand towels for bathroom usage. Unless specified by your camp, Drew does not provide linen)
Sun tan lotion
*All of Drew’s residence halls have extra-long twin beds.
Listed below are items of what you should NOT bring along if you are attending an overnight camp at Drew University:
Large amounts of money (there is a ConnectOne Bank ATM located at the Ehinger Center)
Halogen light fixtures