For overnight camps, specifically sports camps, there are required forms to be completed. These include, but may not be limited to, Immunization Records and a Health Form. A Parental Release Form may also be asked to be completed by some programs and all sports camps. These forms are submitted in the best interest of the participants and the University. 

New Jersey Youth Camp Standards (N.J.A.C. 8:25) require campers to be immunized with the vaccinations required for child-care center, preschool or school attendance as appropriate for the camper's age, according to the immunization schedule found in N.J.A.C. 8:57-4. An immunization schedule can be found at

Princeton Sports Camps require that participants bring signed copies of both the Parental Release Form and Health Form, as well as a copy of their most recent immunization records to camp check-in. 

Code of Conduct

Princeton University has a Code of Conduct that all university guests are expected to follow. Adults and minors alike are held accountable to the Code of Conduct. For the complete Code of Conduct, see here (haven't figure out how to add a PDF).

Permission Slips

Programs and camps often request a Parental Release Form to be signed by a legal guardian when minors are participating. This form should be brought to the check-in or registration of your program, do not mail or fax the document.

Employment of Minors

The Princeton University Office of Human Resources has a policy in place regarding employment of minors. See this link for the Human Resources policy.

Public Safety Notification System

The Princeton University Department of Public Safety has an emergency notification system that students/ faculty, staff, and community members can sign up for. The notification system will alert members of on-campus emergencies and/or weather delays and cancellations. To sign up or update your information for the notification system, follow this link.