Frequently Asked Questions



How long is camp?

During the summer of 2014, Session A will run from June 9 through July 27 (3 weeks) and Session B will run from July 7 through August 1 (4 weeks).


Is there a registration fee or tuition deposit?

Please see the page outlining fees and payments.


What is the tuition fee per session?

 Please see the page outlining fees and payments.


What are the payment options?

You may pay by check or money order in person or by mail. The Summer Camp Program only accepts Master Card, Discover Card and American Express. Credit Card payments and E-check can only be made online by visiting, select the Bursar link, select the Online Billing and Payment System link, scroll down and select Guest Payer Login link. There is a 2.75% service charge for online credit card payments. There is no service charge for using E-checks.

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What are the age groups for the campers?

We have three age groups. Your campers age group is determined by the grade they have completed prior to June 9, 2014. 

  • Voyagers are children who have completed kindergarten through 1st grade.
  • Trailblazers are children who have completed 2nd grade through 3rd grade.
  • Pathfinders are children who have completed 4th grade through 5th grade.


 I have a camper who is a sibling of a returning camper, when do I register that sibling?

Siblings of returning campers can register on the same date as the returning camper. Returning campers and sibling may register online beginning March 13, 2014 starting at 9:00 a.m. Siblings will be able to register with the R number of the returning camper, if they already do not have one assigned. To retrieve your returning campers R-number click here.


Can I register prior to the published registration date?

The system is blocked from receiving registrations prior to the published date and time. Attempting to register prior to the published time will delay your registration process. ** Please note that the registration web site is best accessed using Internet Explorer.

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How does the online registration process work?

Select the courses your camper would like to attend. Make sure you choose an alternate class if the class you would like is on a wait list. Visit the Summer Day Camp website on the appropriate date and click on the Registration Information link. If you are registering a returning camper you will need your campers Rollins identification number (R-number).  Courses will be removed as they are filled to capacity.


How many courses can my camper take?

Four classes are required. Additional options may be added to extend the camp day.

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What time do the first and last class start and end?

Campers begin the first class promptly at 9:15 a.m. Campers conclude the day at 3:00 p.m. Morning drop off is between 8:40 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. and pick up starts at 3:05 p.m. (Note: Parents are strongly encouraged not to arrive on campus until 3:00 p.m.)


Will my camper receive first choice courses?

Course registration is first come, first served. Please have alternate classes selected prior to registration. If a course your camper would like to take is full, your camper will be waitlisted and if a spot becomes open you camper will automatically be enrolled in that class and a confirmation will be sent to your email address.

How do I get on a wait list for a course?

If a course your camper would like to take is full, your camper will be waitlisted and if a spot becomes open you camper will automatically be enrolled in that class and a confirmation will be sent to your email address.

Do you offer before or after care?

Supervised Recreation is available to Rollins College summer campers. A professional staff and team of counselors oversee all structured activities. This is a great time for games, outdoor play and socializing. Supervised Recreations fees and times:

  • A.M. Supervised Recreation (7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.)
  • P.M. Supervised Recreation (3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.)

Supervised Recreation ends promptly at 5:30 p.m.

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What is the camper to staff (teacher and counselor) ratio?

The average ratio is 16 to 1.


Can my camper bring lunch?

Lunch is included in the cost of tuition; however, your child is welcome to bring his/her own lunch and healthy snacks.


Will my camper have a locker?

The College does not supply lockers. Backpacks are the perfect accessory for your camper. However, we do ask parents to make sure that the backpacks are not over loaded or too heavy for the camper.


Can I visit my camper during the day?

Yes, you may visit your camper anytime during camp; there is no specific parent's day. You must check in at Camp Base located in Hooker Hall to receive a visitor badge and you will be informed of your camper's location at that time. You must check-out at Camp Base prior to leaving. Please do not take your camper home without signing out at Camp Base.

Campers take the plunge into the Rollins swimming pool.

Rollins College
Summer Camp

1000 Holt Ave. - 2728
Winter Park, FL 32789
T. 407.646.2576

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