What are YOU doing this summer? If CampRedhawk isn’t on your summer “to do” list, you need to seriously re-evaluate your life choices.

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If you’re not already aware, CampRedhawk is a 4-day summer leadership camp created for incoming Southeast freshmen. It’s a chance to learn about campus life and traditions and see where you’ll be spending your next four years.

Need convincing? Here’s 4 reasons we all need to be at CampRedhawk this summer:

1. Make New Friends

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Nervous about meeting new friends at college? At CampRedhawk you’re surrounded by tons of incoming freshmen who are also new to campus and in the exact same boat as you. There are endless chances to meet new friends at camp – whether it’s by teaming up during the scavenger hunt or hanging out with your roommate back at the residence hall. This is the perfect opportunity to make 80 or so new friends BEFORE your first day of class!

2. Learn How To Find Your Way Around Campus

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Nervous about meeting new friends at college? At CampRedhawk you’re surrounded by tons of incoming freshmen who are also new to campus and in the exact same boat as you. There are endless chances to meet new friends at camp – whether it’s by teaming up during the scavenger hunt or hanging out with your roommate back at the residence hall. This is the perfect opportunity to make 80 or so new friends BEFORE your first day of class!

3. It’s FUN.

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No, I’m not just saying that. Think camp will be boring? Hardly. From zip-lining to scavenger hunts to swim parties, there’s so much going on, you won’t have time to even think about being bored. And, did I mention there’s an ice cream social? You’ll definitely have lots to tell your friends about back home once camp is over!

4. FOMO     

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If you want to get the most of your “college experience,” then CampRedhawk is the best way to learn about all the things you can do while you’re here. During camp, you’ll meet with student-athletes and campus staff to discover ways to get involved on campus. We’ll help you find activities and leadership opportunities that fit your interests. Trust us when we say four days at camp will teach you how to make the most of your four years on campus. You don’t want to miss out on all the good stuff!