University Liggett School's Day Camp has been the standard of summer fun for generations. And it’s no wonder! With traditional camp activities like archery, outdoor adventure, swimming, sports, performing arts, science and nature, campers enjoy a daily variety of exciting things to do that keep them active and engaged all day.
We also offering special theme weeks such as Island Adventure, Carnival Week, Week of Champions, Spirit, Colors and Decades Week, pony rides, exotic animals and more, where campers can dress in costumes and do themed activities in addition to their regular daily fun.
Each session is two weeks.
Ages: Rising kindergarteners – 6th-grade students When: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday – Friday Before and after care is available for an additional charge. For dates and rates, download our Summer Programs brochure.
All Day Camp Staff are licensed teachers in the State of Michigan and dedicated coaches from local schools. Couselors are carefully screened college and high school students who love working with children.
Counselor In Training (C.I.T.)
Our Counselor-in-Training program is designed for rising 7th and 8th graders. These are kids who are in the transition years, between being a camper, and becoming a potential employee. The CIT program will offer an introduction into the work environment of a camp counselor. They will learn skills that will benefit them, should they apply for Junior Counselor or Counselor positions in the future. The program will promote peer bonding and personal development. CITs will learn through work responsibilities, orientations, scheduled training, as well as rotating mentorships with assigned counselors, and adult activity heads.
All CITs must complete an orientation/training session, given by the camp director, prior to the beginning of camp. The minimum commitment is one full session.
There is an application process in order to be accepted as a CIT.Limited spaces will be available.