Online Summer Camp/Workshop FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions
Maybe. Not all camps/workshops will be offered during the same weeks as their live versions. Some programs may be more than one week long.
No. Your previous scholarship code has been deactivated. Scholarship recipients will receive a new scholarship code based on the new pricing for the online camps and workshops. If you have not received your new code, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At this time, we are not accepting new scholarship applications for online camps/programs. Previous applicants will be considered for any remaining funding.
No. Unfortunately, not all of the camps/workshops were able to be moved online. It is thanks to our amazing team of instructors and staff that we were able to move many of our offerings online and add some new programs that we have not offered before.
If you are looking for specific courses (e.g. ACT Prep), please visit the University of Mississippi High School’s website for a list of high school credit courses.
No. All previous Summer 2020 registrations for the live versions of our camps/workshops were cancelled and fully refunded in mid-April. All students must be re-registered for the new online summer camps/workshops.
No. Scholarships provide financial assistance to attend a camp or workshop but do not guarantee a student a spot in any particular program. It is important to use a scholarship code as soon as it is received. Once a camp/workshop has reached maximum capacity, students will not be able to register for that program.
We will issue an 80 percent refund for registrations that are cancelled at least 14 days prior to the program start date. If the cancellation is fewer than 14 days in advance of the program start date, no refund will be granted unless there is an extenuating circumstance.
Yes, you will need Internet access in order to access the online camp/workshop content.
It is possible that you could access the content for an online camp/workshop using your phone. It is highly recommended for the best experience to use a desktop or laptop computer.
Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome are the best browsers to use. Other browsers (Microsoft Edge and Safari) may also work. It is important that your Internet browser is up-to-date.
Maybe. Some camps/workshops may require special equipment and materials. Any requirements will be listed on the camp/workshop webpage. Please make sure that you have access to these materials/equipment before registering.