Camp Information

Please review the information on this page to ensure you have the best camp experience possible. We look forward to having you on campus!

Camp Directions and Parking Information

Click here for directions to campus.

You will check in at one of four locations below depending on your assigned residence hall.

1101 E. Wooster St.

Bowling Green, OH 43403-4003

Check In: Centennial Lobby

Parking Lot 21 (commuter lot): When looking at a map of BGSU, this lot is located at the back of Centennial and is the closest location to the building. Please come around to the front of the building for check-in. A PDF Parking permit will be e-mailed in your packet.

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1301 E. Wooster St.

Bowling Green, OH 43403-4003

Check In: Conklin Lobby

Parking Lot 2 (commuter lot): When looking at a map of BGSU, this lot is located at the right side of Conklin  and is the closest location to the building. Please come around to the front of the building for check-in. A PDF Parking permit will be e-mailed in your packet. 

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707 E Merry Ave, Bowling Green, OH 43402

Check in: Falcon Heights Lobby

Parking Lot 8 (commuter lot): This lot is located at the back of Falcon Heights and is the closest location to the building. Please come around to the front of the building for check-in. A PDF Parking permit will be e-mailed in your packet. 

Quad room with individual rooms and private bathroom

Room environment: Single room suites with semi-private bathrooms

Special Features: Air conditioning and computer lab

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704 E. Merry Ave. (Offenhauer East

Bowling Green, OH 43403

704 E. Merry Ave. (Offenhauer West)

Bowling Green, OH 43403

Check In: Offenhauer Towers Lobby 

Parking Lot 8 (commuter lot): This lot is located at the back of Falcon Heights and is the closest location to the building. Offenhauer is the residence hall that has two towers, and when coming from this parking lot, is on the other side of Falcon Heights. Please go to the front of Falcon Heights, walk across the street and head straight around the building. Once your come around the corner of one of the towers, the front of the building will be visible. Please come in the front of the building for check-in. A PDF Parking permit will be  e-mailed in your packet.

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Spending Money

The Office of Pre-College Programs strongly urges students not to bring large amounts of  cash for spending. We recommend the use of prepaid gift cards such as Visa Vanilla or MasterCard. These cards can be set up to be secured and used with a pin. Participants are responsible for safeguarding their valuable materials. 

Transportation, Meals and Special Needs During Camp 

Students will typically eat at one of the on campus "All You Care to Eat" dining facilities during the program.  Please make sure to include dietary and special instructions when completing your registration.

If students wish to purchase food outside of provided meal times or in addition to provided meals they should bring additional spending money.*

All program activities will occur on campus. Students will not be transported off of campus unless necessary for an emergency or medical treatment.

What to Bring

  • Sweater or light jacket for air-conditioned buildings
  • Raincoat/ umbrella/ rain gear 
  • Pillow, blanket, sheets, pillowcases, towels and wash cloths (sheets – beds are single, 76”-80”long)
  • Alarm clock
  • Clothing**
  • Personal grooming items / toiletries / flip flops  
  • Snack items (dry food/sealable, rooms do not have refrigerators)
  • Fan (optional) 
  • Deck of cards/games
  • Headphones
  • SUNSCREEN
  • CLOSED TOE SHOES

How to Dress

Dress as you would for attending class at your current school. Please bring layers as campus buildings are air-conditioned and some tend to be colder than others.

  • Daytime: Jeans, shorts, dresses, skirts, khakis, t-shirts/tops 
  • Closed toe shoes 
  • Evenings and recreation: athletic attire /sports clothes for Student Rec Center 
  • Unacceptable Attire includes: 
  • Any clothing that conveys a violent, offensive, obscene message or image. 
  • Any clothing that promotes use of an illegal substances.
  • Any clothing that exposes undergarments or excessively exposes the body (such as cropped, low-cut or extremely tight shirts, tube tops, short-shorts, excessively baggy or extreme low-rise pants).  
  • Appropriate length shorts are an acceptable form of pants (fingertip rule for length).