NHEYC Frequently Asked Questions

How will my camper know what to bring to camp?  

  • Bible
  • sleeping bag or bedding for twin bed
  • toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, etc)
  • towels
  • sunscreen
  • clothes to get wet and messy in, one piece or tankini swimsuit (If a camper wears a swimsuit that is inappropriate they will be asked to wear a t-shirt over it)
  • socks
  • tennis shoes.

Optional Items: Sports equipment, room fan, alarm clock, camera, personal money for Starbucks or Chapstore. Please identify your belongings with your name. Please do not bring expensive electronic equipment. We do our best to secure dorm rooms throughout the week, but LCU will not be held responsible for lost or stolen items.

What if my camper gets sick?
Volunteer health-care professionals are on duty daily serving the camps in case of illness and nearby Covenant and University Medical Center is used for emergencies.

What if my camper must take medication?
Parents must sign the medical form provided during online registration. Campers requiring medication must provide written instructions to the camp sta at check – in. Medicine will be dispensed by a former licensed health professional.

What if my camper must cancel his/her reservation for camp? Will I receive a refund? 

All campers are required to pay a non-refundable /non -transferable

Can I send mail to my camper at camp?
Due to the short nature of the camp. We are not accepting mail at this time.

What is the time and location of check in and check out?
Check -in for NHEYC will be in a later announced location

Dress Code
Shorts may be worn at NHEYC. Shorts must be modest in style and length, mid-thigh or longer and appear modest while standing and sitting. Any clothing, accessories or symbols that imply ganga liation are not acceptable and will not be allowed. No tank tops or midri shirts will be allowed.

Will my camper be able to call home?
We are aware that many campers regularly carry cellphones, but we ask that campers leave all cell phones in the residence halls during the camp days. Campers are allowed to make calls from their personal phones during free time and in residence halls only.

Can I visit my camper while at camp?
We welcome parents and visitors to attend our worship services and guest speakers in the evening however because LCU is a closed campus for safety, all other visit must be arrangements thru youth leader.

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