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Absences or Lateness
If you know in advance that the participant will be absent or will be late, on any of the scheduled days, please inform the instructor or student assistant. Please call the SEE Office at 410-455-8607 if you are running late for either drop off or pick up, or have an unplanned absence (e.g. sick).
Registration & Payment
Registration and payment can be done on-line through the SEE website, or a printable version can be downloaded and mailed-in to the SEE office. All forms and pertinent information about registration dates and deadlines, payment options, cancellation, refunds and wait list policies, can be found at “Register and Pay”.
Permission to photograph, take quotes and/or video
By registering a participant for the Summer Enrichment Experience, UMBC is authorized to take photographs, quotes and videos of participants during activities which may be used to advance the interests of the Summer Enrichment Experience or UMBC.
Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement
Parents or Guardians will be required to submit the “Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement” for each minor participant’s registration. Participants aged 18 and above will be required to submit the “Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement” for themselves. Go to “Registration Forms” to read or download a copy of the agreement.
There will be no extra charge for a field trip if it is part of an experience. Please submit the “Field Trip Permission Form” at the time of registration. Go to “Registration Forms” to retrieve the forms.
Location of experiences
All summer camps will be located on UMBC campus. You will be notified which building and room the experience you register for will be in. Campus maps and directions, can be found under “Transportation” here on our website.
Materials Needed for Experiences
All materials that may be used in an experience are included in the price of the experience, and there will not be an extra charge. If participants bring their own laptops or other personal items with them, the participant is solely responsible for it and agrees not to hold UMBC liable for loss or damage of their property.
Lunches and Snacks
Participants will be given sufficient breaks including lunch from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. daily. Lunch is NOT provided. Most bring their own lunch. They will be eating in the Commons, which is a small food court, where they may purchase lunch. Cash only vending machines for drinks and snacks are available. No refrigerators.
Participants attending experiences will not be allowed to bring a visitor with them or meet with someone during the lunch break from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
SEE Final Presentations
Some experiences will culminate with a presentation on the last day to an audience of friends and family. These presentations will be timed so that they are at the end of the day, and any participant whose parent/guardian attends, and is approved for designated pickup, can leave immediately after with the participant. You will be notified two weeks prior to the experience of the time and location for the presentation. Parking on Lot 22 will be available at no charge for these events. You can see the location of Lot 22 on the campus parking map under Transportation.
Illness or Medical Emergency
We will use the Emergency Contact telephone numbers to call and/or text, in the event that the participant develops an illness that requires them to be sent home, or if there is a medical emergency. Please refer to (4.) of the “SEE Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement”. If your child has a specific condition that we should know about, please bring a note explaining the condition on the first day of class.
The SEE faculty or staff will not assist a participant with, or prevent a participant from, self-administering prescription or non-prescription medication. Additionally, the SEE faculty or staff will not be responsible for coordinating medication times of a participant. Please refer to (3.) of the “SEE Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement”.
UMBC Campus Emergency
The SEE office will use the Emergency Contact emails and phone numbers on the registration form to communicate with you in the event of a campus or weather emergency. If you are a UMBC faculty, staff or alumni, the e2campus is in place to create an emergency alert system using your email. Emergency alerts can also be seen on the homepage of www.umbc.edu. The UMBC Emergency Weather number is 410-455-6789.
Participants will be expected to conduct themselves in a manner that allows for a learning environment free from harassment, discrimination and disruption. If it is determined by SEE faculty and staff that a participant is exhibiting disrespectful classroom behavior, he/she could be dismissed from the experience without refund.
Participants will be required to turn off their personal communication devices during the day and all devices should be put away. If a parent/guardian needs to reach the participant at any time, he/she should call or email the SEE office at 410-455-8607, firstname.lastname@example.org and the participant will be given a message or a phone will be made available.
Drop Off & Pick Up
Parents/Guardians should make every effort to drop off and pick up their child/children on time. All of the experiences are located on campus in close proximity to each other. The drop off and pick area will be located at the end of Hilltop Road at the Performing Arts and Humanities Building (PAHB) Circle. It will be at the same place every day for all experiences. To find this on campus maps go to “Transportation“.
Each day of the scheduled experience, the drop off time will be from 8:35-8:55 a.m. and pick up will occur from 4:05-4:25 p.m. Parents/Guardians will be asked prior to the start of the experience to identify those persons who have approval to pick up. If an alternate person needs to be added, please contact the SEE office directly. Identification may be required. During these scheduled times, UMBC undergraduate assistants will be available to check in participants, and to supervise and escort them to and from the experience locations.
There will not be any before or after care, therefore, if a participant arrives later than 9:00 a.m. the participant will be responsible to come directly to the experience location. If a participant is not picked up by 4:25 p.m., a late fee of $10 will be charged for each 15 minutes of lateness. Payment in cash or personal check will be due that same day.
If needed, paid parking will be available on Lot 9 (behind the Performing Arts and Humanities Building).
Participants Driving Their Own Car
A PDF permit will be provided for parking on Lot 22 for those who intend to drive and park for free on campus. You can see the of Lot 22 on the campus parking map under “Transportation“. The PDF permit must be placed on the dashboard in clear view. Participants who drive must give themselves enough time to park and walk to the location of their experience before the 9:00 a.m. start time. The SEE faculty and staff will have a list of each participant driving his/her own car, and will monitor attendance daily. Participants will not be permitted, at any time, to transport other experience participants without prior approval of SEE staff.
Participants who drive will be committed to stay on campus for the full amount of time beginning at 9:00 a.m. to the end of the day at 4:00 p.m. The only exceptions would be either a campus or weather emergency, or an illness or emergency directly related to the driver or an approved passenger. The Parent/Guardian will be notified before a participant would be released from campus if this occurs. In all instances, the participant and his/her Parent/Guardian agree to assume all risk and liability for the operation of the personal vehicle and for any passengers.
Participants Utilizing Mass Transportation
Participants who may be utilizing mass transportation to get to and from the experience during the week must inform the SEE office two weeks prior to the start of their experience. We will send you a map with closest bus location and walking directions to location of classroom. The SEE faculty and staff will have a list of each participant utilizing mass transportation to get to the experience, and will monitor attendance daily. They will be committed to stay on campus for the full amount of time beginning at 9:00 a.m. to the end of the day at 4:00 p.m. The only exceptions would be either a campus or weather emergency, or an illness or emergency directly related to the participant. The Parent/Guardian will be notified before a participant would be released from campus if this occurs. In all instances, the participant and his/her Parent/Guardian agree to assume all risk and liability of utilizing mass transportation to get to campus.
UMBC is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. Requests for disability accommodations should be made in advance of registering for participation in the Summer Enrichment Experience. To request disability accommodations, contact the SEE office at 410-455-8607, or email at email@example.com.