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Camp Information


Christian students entering 10th through 12th grades, or incoming freshmen to Cedarville University, who are considering a career in politics or government.


At Politics and Policy Camp, students will focus on current political issues surrounding the mid-term election this coming fall. They will learn the history behind the current issues and the solutions that have been used in the past for similar disputes, along with their effect on society. There will also be a congressional simulation proposing possible solutions to the current issues. Students will also have the opportunity to see a model United Nations summit to consider foreign policy issues, in addition to visiting the National Air Force Museum or a local historical site. All the activities are conducted in light of Scripture and all discussions are centered on a Biblical view-point.


June 16-19, 2014 (final deadline for registration is June 9, 2014)

Register and check into residence halls between 3-5 p.m. on Monday. Camp concludes at 2:00 p.m. on Friday. All campers must be picked up by 2:30 p.m. An additional fee of $15.00 per hour will apply for any later departures. 

Cedarville University Airport Transportation (for prospective student guests)

Dayton – $45 roundtrip
Columbus – $80 roundtrip

Cedarville University provides shuttle service from Dayton and Columbus airports to pick up Academic Camp students at 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Monday. The shuttles will drop off Academic Camp students at Dayton and Columbus airports on Friday at 3:00 p.m. For a shuttle service to Dayton, there is a $45.00 round-trip charge. For shuttle service to Columbus, there is a $80.00 round-trip charge.

PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to accommodate any early arrivals/late departures for any camp students. Please adjust your schedule accordingly. 

Planning on flying in? Visit this page for travel information.


The $400 registration fee includes all meals, housing, field trips, activities, supplies, and a camp shirt.

What to Bring?

  • Great attitude
  • Open heart to the Lord
  • Excitement to learn
  • Desire to make new friends

and in your suitcase…

  • Bible
  • linens or sleeping bag for twin bed
  • pencil and notebook
  • umbrella
  • personal items
  • towels
  • comfortable clothes and shoes
  • pillow
  • trash can
  • money for snacks
  • signed medical release form

What to Wear?

Modest casual dress including blue jeans, shorts, and t-shirts are acceptable for camp activities. Shorts should be no shorter than halfway between the top of the knee and top of the thigh. Exposed midriff style shirts are not allowed.