Youth Program Summer 2021 Guidance

Summer programming can occur on campus as long as it meets state guidance. Please be aware this guidance does change from time to time. As you plan your program, please check the guidance frequently for any updates.
  • Youth programs wanting to run on campus must develop a written communicable disease plan that certifies that the program complies with all applicable regulations in the state guidance. Please complete the Youth Program Communicable Disease Plan template for approval by the Emergency Management Program. All plans must be received at least two week's prior to your youth program's start date. Email your plan to

  • All programs follow the state Youth Program Guidance

  • Childcare programs must follow the state Childcare & Early Education Guidance.

  • Programs aimed at those over 18 should follow various state guidelines based on activities planned. The following chart can help identify guidelines for certain activity types. It also identifies activities allowed and not allowed under county risk levels.

  • Programs can occur in any county risk level, but some activities may be prohibited based on the county risk level. The following chartcan assist in identifying activities allowed and not allowed under county risk levels.

  • Overnight camps and programs for PreK-12 students are not allowed at this time.

  • Programs serving post-high school graduates may consider overnight stays in their planning but will likely be subject to additional state guidance.

  • Third party campus and programs that rent space on campus, but are not run by the university are not allowed at this time.

  • The following state FAQ may be helpful in your planning.

  • Human Resources promotes camps on their Summer Camps webpage. Contact Jen Mirabile at to request information about adding your camp information.