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Frequently Asked Questions About Camp Business

How do I apply?

To apply, candidates must submit an application form and official high school transcripts.

Learn more about the application process

What is the deadline to apply?

Deadlines for upcoming summer programs are announced in the winter when applications are open.

What precautions is LeBow taking to protect the health and safety of the students attending Camp Business?

The safety and health of our community remains a top priority. Drexel University and the LeBow College of Business explicitly follow all health and public safety guidelines from state and local officials. Learn more by visiting Drexel’s Response to Coronavirus website.

Will on-campus housing be available to students participating in Camp Business?

Housing will be available during the residential session in summer 2023.

Are meals provided?

For the commuter session, lunch will be provided daily. For the residential session, all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) will be provided daily.

Am I permitted to miss a day of camp?

Due to the nature of the programs and the required teamwork, attendance for all days is mandatory. If you have a special circumstance that will require you to be absent on any day during your program, you must notify us of this as soon as it becomes known to you. Unapproved absences will result in dismissal from the program.

Are international students able to attend?

Yes. Every year we welcome students from around the world and look forward to all the different perspectives that are brought to the courses. As all courses are taught in English, we do require a video conference interview as part of the application process to ensure they are comfortable with the language and make sure they will be successful in the program.

Please also check any necessary travel restrictions/recommendations for your country of residence coming to and from the United States.

What is appropriate attire for my program?

Appropriate attire for all programs is casual wear or business casual. Examples of business casual include collared shirts, blouses, non-denim slacks, skirts and dresses. Closer to the start of camp, all residential participants will receive a “what to pack” list as well as what days business casual wear will be needed. All commuter participants will be notified in advance which days business casual wear will be needed.

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Yuen Zhou

Program Manager

Gerri C. LeBow Hall 336