Reminder: due to the large number of camp participants, please make sure that all of your belongings (including instruments) are labeled with your name, address, and phone number.
There will be a $5 fee for the swimming trip that can be paid at registration. Resident campers may also have access to residence hall vending machines during some evenings before bed. On Friday of the camp, everyone will also have the opportunity to visit one of our local campus shops to purchase ISU souvenirs and other items.
For resident campers, all meals are covered by registration fees. Resident campers will be given a wristband at registration that will allow them entry to the dining centers, which serve all-you-care to-eat meals. For commuter campers, meals are not covered by registration fees. Commuters who wish to eat one or more meals per day in the dining center must pay for their meals separately. Summer 2016 meal rates are $6.15 per breakfast, $8.65 per lunch, and $10.00 per dinner. If you'd like to purchase a specific meal for the entire week, the rates are $36.90 for 6 breakfasts (Monday-Saturday), $43.25 for 5 lunches (Monday-Friday), or $50.00 for 5 dinners (Monday-Friday). Commuter meals may be paid for in one of three ways:
NOTE: On the first evening of camp (Sunday, July 10), dinner will consist of a pizza picnic for ALL campers. Resident and commuter campers are welcome!
You may receive mail until Friday while at camp. We recommend sending mail early in the week to ensure it arrives in time. Camper mail should be addressed as follows:
"Your Name" c/o ISU Jr. High Band Camp
Illinois State University
School of Music- Bands
Campus Box 5660
Normal, IL 61790-5660
In an emergency call the Hewett/Manchester Front Desk at (309) 438-4519.
ISU Band Offices: (309) 438-2166
ISU Music Dept. Office: (309) 438-7631
Please note that these numbers are for emergencies only. If you must be reached during the week, phones will be available in your dorm room and long distance calls may be made with a calling/credit card.
Final preparations are being arranged for the following evening camp activities: swimming; movies; camp dance; camp talent show; and an opportunity to play in a student recital. These are tentative at the present time. A complete schedule will be available when you arrive on campus.
Audition music is available online (in the menu to the left) and will be sent in the final packet. Campers may also bring an additional solo or etude to demonstrate musical ability. A brief audition for ensemble placement will take place after move-in.