Welcome to Arkansas State University!

Camp Fees & Registration

Camp Registration is currently CLOSED. If you are interested in being placed on the wait list, please email Natalie Eskew at neskew@astate.edu. Should any student no longer be able to come places will be filled from the wait list in the order they were received. 

The cost to participate in Camp A-State is $60 per student. This fee includes: all meals, housing in a double room or quad with assigned roommate, t-shirt, all materials, activity fees, and lots of fun!

Camp A-State will be held on Wednesday, August 5, 2015 - Thursday, August 6, 2015. Registration for camp will begin on Monday, April 20, 2015. Registration forms are included in each student's New Student Registration packet throughout the summer. Should you need a registration form prior to your New Student Registration date you may email Natalie Eskew at neskew@astate.edu.  Spots are filled on a first come, first served basis. 

Camp Program

If you are interested in being involved on campus and want to become a student leader at A-State, then Camp A-State is the place for you! Camp A-State is a an additional 2-day, 1 night program designed to provide incoming freshmen students with information to help aid in the transition process to A-State. The camp is facilitated by current student leaders, called Pack Leaders, and the Leadership Center staff works closely with both the Pack Leaders and camp participants to create a fun and unique leadership experience. Participants have the opportunity to meet current students, staff, faculty, and administrators from A-State.

Camp A-State begins on Day 1 at approximately 9:00am and ends on Day 2 at approximately 3:00pm. 

The Camp A-State program will include sessions on:

  • Leadership
  • History of A-State
  • How to get involved on campus
  • Benefits of being involved
  • Skills for collegiate success
  • College life
  • Peer relations
  • Teamwork

WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP

  • Pillow and sheets for a twin bed or sleeping bag
  • Comfortable shoes and clothes
  • Toiletries
  • Towels and washcloths
  • Money for snacks and drinks or feel free to bring snacks from home

Making Leaders on Campus

Participants have held the following leadership positions:

• Global Student Leaders
• Student Government Association President
• Student Government Association Vice President
• Student Government Assocation Executive Board
• Chancellor's Ambassadors
• Pack Leaders
• Student Government Association President
• Yearbook Staff
• Resident Assistant
• Student Activities Board President

• Sorority Executive Council
• Fraternity Executive Council
• Black Student Association
• A-State Sound of the Natural State Marching Band
• Student Activities Board Director and Committee Members
• Baptist Collegiate Ministry
• Reng Student Union Advisory Council
• United Voices Gospel Choir
• and much more...