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Camp Carey FAQ

What are Camp Carey dates?

  • Session 1: Monday, August 4 – Wednesday, August 6
  • Session 2: Wednesday, August 6 – Friday, August 8
  • Session 3: Friday, August 8 – Sunday, August 10
  • Session 4: Sunday, August 10 – Tuesday, August 12
  • Session 5: Tuesday, August 12 – Thursday, August 14*
  • Session 6: Thursday, August 14 – Friday August 15* (One-night Camp)
  • Session 7: Friday, August 15 – Sunday, August 17* (Recommended for students living off campus their freshman year)
  • Session 8: Friday, August 22 – Sunday August 24 (Leaders Academy students only)
  • Session 9: Friday, August 29 – Sunday, August 31 (Transportation to and from Polytechnic and West campuses will be provided this session ONLY)

*Early move-in to the residence halls is permitted for out-of-state students one day prior to Camp.

Do all incoming W. P. Carey students attend Camp Carey?

All incoming W. P. Carey freshmen are expected to attend Camp Carey. Camp Carey is a chance for you to interact with your peers, current students, deans, and staff, and offers a prime opportunity to forge everlasting relationships.

Where is Camp Carey located?

Camp Carey is held at Camp Stein, just 90 minutes north of ASU’s Tempe campus near Prescott, AZ. Temperatures are typically 20 degrees cooler than in the Phoenix metro area. Transportation to and from Camp Carey – via motor coach – is provided.

How much does Camp Carey cost?

The early bird price to attend Camp Carey is $100. Cost includes all transportation, meals, lodging, activities, a Camp Carey t-shirt, and all Camp materials.

Students with documented financial need may apply for a fee waiver; request a fee waiver application by e-mailing CampCarey@asu.edu. To be eligible, a current FAFSA must be on file. Please allow one week for processing.

How long does Camp Carey last?

Camp Carey is a three-day, two-night program with the exception of Session 6, which is a two-day, one-night program. Campers will check-in and return to the Tempe campus for Camps*.

  Check-in Time Return Time
Sessions 1 - 5 8:15 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Session 6 8:15 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
Session 7 1:15 p.m. 2:00 p.m.
Sessions 8 - 9 3:15 p.m. 2:00 p.m.*

*Check-in and return for Session 9 will occur at your home campus (i.e. check-in at West campus will return to West campus).

Detailed check-in information will be emailed to Campers two weeks prior to their Camp Carey date. Please check your email for these announcements.

Where do we check in?

Camp check-in is on the Tempe campus* between the BA and BAC buildings on the Dean’s Patio just north of Lemon Street. Parking is extremely limited, so please plan on being dropped off as there is no overnight parking in the Apache structure and student parking permits for fall are not yet active.

*Session 9 check-in for West campus Campers is on the West campus just north of Casa de Oro in the parking lot nearest to the credit union.

*Session 9 check-in for Polytechnic campus Campers is on the Polytechnic campus near Century Hall.

Is transportation to Camp Carey provided?

Yes! Roundtrip transportation is provided to and from the Tempe campus for all Camps. Campers who are attending Session 9 from the Polytechnic and West campuses are provided with roundtrip transportation from their home campus.

What are the accommodations?

Campers stay in 14-person, same-sex cabins with trained Camp Carey facilitators who are upper-class W. P. Carey students. Facilitators lead Campers though an array of fun, interactive experiences throughout their time at Camp. Roommate requests will not be accommodated.

Why can’t I request a roommate?

One of the many benefits of Camp Carey is growing your personal network and meeting a lot of new people in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. You and a friend can attend Camp Carey together and you will see each other throughout Camp. Remember, the goal of Camp Carey is to get to know fellow students and the more people you meet the more you’ll enjoy Camp and your W. P. Carey academic experience!

Are there indoor restrooms?

Of course! There are indoor restrooms and shower facilities at Camp Carey. They are a short walk from the cabins.

Will special needs (including dietary requests) be accommodated?

Yes, special needs should be indicated on the Camp Carey registration form. In addition, students with specific dietary restrictions (e.g., gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian), will be accommodated.

I live in northern Arizona. Can I meet the group at camp?

If you live in northern Arizona, you can arrange us to meet us at camp. Please send an e-mail to CampCarey@asu.edu. You must let us know at least one week prior to departure.

What should I pack?

  • Clothing for a two-night trip (including clothing for cooler weather – jacket/sweatshirt)
  • Sleeping bag (or sheet/blanket)
  • Pillow
  • Towel
  • Flashlight
  • Hat
  • Medications (including over-the-counter pain relievers/allergy medicines)
  • Sneakers/Hiking shoes (You may wish to bring shower shoes)
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Rain gear (brief summer rainstorms are common)
  • A great attitude!

I registered for Camp Carey and want to change the date that I attend. What do I do?

CampCarey@asu.edu

I am unable to attend Camp Carey? Do I get a refund?

Your attendance at Camp Carey is expected. Your experience at ASU and with the W. P. Carey School of Business will be greatly enhanced by your participation at Camp. If you have a conflict with your original date you can change Sessions. However, if due to extenuating circumstances, you must cancel your registration, please email CampCarey@asu.edu. Refunds will only be given if the request is made at least seven business days prior to check-in. Refunds will be issued to the credit card that was used for the initial payment.