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All cancellation and transfer requests must be submitted via email. Please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (334)844-5100.
Note: Refunds will be issued to the individual/organization who made the original payment.
By checking the box 'Yes', under 'Agreements', that serves as your electronic signature according to Alabama State Law.
Rules Campers and Parents Need to Know:
Each camper has a reasonable expectation to enjoy a positive camp experience. Therefore, the misbehavior of one camper, or a group of campers, should not be permitted to impact negatively on the camp experience of others. Most camps are short in duration, so prompt action is required when problems occur. Parents and campers should be aware of the disciplinary policy.
First Offense: Campers failing to adhere to camp rules, or exhibiting behavior clearly intended to annoy or endanger other campers, will be privately and formally warned by a Camp Counselor and informed that subsequent misbehavior will result in formal counseling by the Camp Director.
Second Offense: Subsequent misconduct will result in counseling by the Camp Director and a warning that further misconduct will result in removal from camp. At this point, the Camp Director will contact the parent or guardian to advise him/her of the situation and the possible need for picking the child up from camp if there is further misconduct.
Third Offense: Any further inappropriate behavior will result in counseling by the Campus Sponsor of the camp and expulsion from camp.
Note: Auburn University expects each camper to have a successful camp experience. Any of the steps outlined above may be omitted or repeated at the discretion of camp staff. Campers dismissed from camp for disciplinary reasons will not receive a refund of any fees paid to attend camp.
It should be understood this procedure is intended to provide a reasonable and consistent method for dealing with the type of behavior that can be disruptive to a camp, but is not so egregious as to warrant immediate dismissal from camp. It in no way precludes immediate dismissal from camp for more serious disciplinary problems or violations of campus or camp regulations. A serious disciplinary problem is defined as one in which the camp staff determines that a child is engaging in inappropriate behavior that includes, but is not limited to the following: actions which put the camper, other campers, or camp staff member’s safety in jeopardy; physical, emotional, or electronic harassment/harm against self, camp staff or fellow camp participants; inflicting physical or emotional harm on self or others, vandalism or destruction of University property; theft of University property or the property of another camper; consistently disrupting the program; possession of alcohol, drugs, or weapons; fighting; sexual harassment; or behavior that is serious enough to warrant a third offense.
Parent and Camper Pledge: I/we understand the disciplinary procedures described above. I/we understand failure to demonstrate proper conduct during camp may result in early dismissal from camp without any refund of fees paid to attend. I/We pledge to abide by all camp rules and to exercise good behavior and proper respect for others.
PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE SIGNING. THIS IS A LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENT. THIS FULLY SIGNED FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN BEFORE ANY CHILD IS ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ABOVE REFERENCED CAMP.
I, the undersigned, wish for my Child (hereafter “Child”) to participate in the above referenced camp (hereafter “Camp”) on the date(s) and location indicated above and, in consideration for my Child’s participation, I hereby agree as follows:
I acknowledge, understand and appreciate that as part of my Child’s participation in the Camp there are dangers, hazards and inherent risks to which my Child may be exposed, including the risk of serious physical injury, temporary or permanent disability, and death, as well as economic and property loss. I further realize that participating in the Camp may involve risks and dangers, both known and unknown, and have elected to allow my Child to take part in the Camp. Therefore I, on behalf of my Child, voluntarily accept and assume all risk of injury, loss of life or damage to property arising out of training, preparing, participating and traveling to or from the Camp.
I, on behalf of my Child, hereby release Auburn University, its Board of Trustees, Administration, Faculty, Staff, Student Leaders, the Office of Professional and Continuing Education, the Camp Staff, and all other officers, directors, employees and agents (hereafter “Auburn”) from any and all liability as to any right of action that may accrue to my heirs or representatives for any injury to my Child or loss that my Child may suffer while training, preparing, participating and/or traveling to or from the Camp. This agreement is binding on my heirs and assigns.
I, on behalf of my Child, furthermore release, indemnify and hold harmless Auburn from and against any and all liability, actions, debts, claims and demands of every kind whatsoever, specifically including, but not limited to, any claim for negligence or negligent acts or omissions and any present or future claim, loss or liability for injury to person or property that my Child may suffer, for which my Child may be liable to any other person, that may or does arise out of my Child’s participation in the Camp. I understand that Auburn accepts no responsibility for my Child’s personal property.
In the event of an accident or serious illness, I hereby authorize representatives of Auburn to obtain medical treatment for my Child on my behalf. I hereby hold harmless and agree to indemnify Auburn from any claims, causes of action, damages and/or liabilities, arising out of or resulting from said medical treatment. I further agree to accept full responsibility for any and all expenses, including medical expenses that may derive from any injuries to my Child that may occur during his/her participation in the Camp.
This RELEASE shall be governed by and construed under the laws of Alabama. I agree that any legal action or proceeding relating to this RELEASE, or arising out of any injury, death, damage or loss as a result of my Child’s participation in any part of the Camp, shall be brought only in Lee County, Alabama.
This RELEASE contains the entire agreement between the parties to this agreement and the terms of this RELEASE are contractual and not a mere recital. The information I have provided is disclosed accurately and truthfully. I have been given ample opportunity to read this document and I understand and agree to all of its terms and conditions. I understand that I am giving up substantial rights (including my right to sue), and acknowledge that I am signing this document freely and voluntarily, and intend by my signature to provide a complete and unconditional release of all liability to the greatest extent allowed by law. My signature on this document is intended to bind not only myself and my Child but also the successors, heirs, representatives, administrators, and assigns of myself and my Child.