What is a Campus Program for Minors?
- The participant group is made up of individuals under the age of 18 and are not current Texas A&M students,
- The University is assuming care, custody, and/or control of the participants, and
- The program is participatory in nature, i.e. small groups, projects, hands-on activities, games, educational activities, etc.
Under the direction of the Office of the Provost, Public Partnership & Outreach has created a Summer Camp Searchable Database for K – 12. If you see your program is not listed, and would like it added to the database, please reach out to Public Partnership & Outreach.
If you are interested in hosting a campus program for minors, if you are new to the process, or if you have any questions about the review process or University Rule, please call or email anytime – we would love to work with you to help make your program a great success!
Assistant Director, University Youth Programs
⇐ Campus Programs for Minors Application
⇐ Child Protection Training
⇐ Background Checks
⇐ Safety & Medical Care
⇐ Roster of participants, staff, and volunteers
For a checklist and timeline of the various requirements for Texas A&M Programs, please click one of the links below.
Applications for Campus Programs Minors undergo a review process facilitated by University Youth Programs. While this process is automated, there are several levels of review and approval, so advance planning is key. To help provide a better picture of how the CPM application is processed, here’s a look at the various stages of review: