Clinical Applications for future Medical Professionals
Available to high school juniors and seniors summer 2018
It takes a team to provide health care. In athletics Purdue and IU may be competitors, but when it comes to outreach of health sciences and medical school activities we are on the same team.
You will experience health sciences and medical school projects such as heart dissections, medical simulations, and exercise science. The Purdue University College of Health and Human Sciences and the Indiana University School of Medicine-West Lafayette have partnered to present this unique collaborative event.
The summer camp will take place July 23-25, 2018.
Applying for Camp
The application for C.A.M.P. 2018 is now available and will close on March 31st, 2018. Please click here to apply.
C.A.M.P. includes a two-night stay in a Purdue residence hall, meals, social activities and academic sessions. Students who arrive on Sunday, July 22 or leave Thursday, July 26, may opt to stay in the residence hall an extra night. The Office of Admissions offers additional information to help with your travel plans.
Seven current students from the College of Health and Human Sciences will serve as counselors throughout C.A.M.P., including overnight stays in the residence hall. All academic sessions will be taught by faculty from the College of Health and Human Sciences and the Indiana University School of Medicine-West Lafayette.
Participation in C.A.M.P. includes a $250 fee which includes housing, meals, and activities. If you choose to stay additional nights, there is an extra $30/person per night for a double room ($60 total). Partial “camperships” may be available to qualified applicants to cover some of the fees (pending available funding).
*Contact the Central Catholic Business Office if you are concerned with the cost of the program. A family has donated funds to provide the opportunity for all students who are interested to attend.
Contact Justin Hamman at email@example.com or (765) 494-8533