Marshall cancels all camps through June
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall University’s Office of Environmental Health and Safety has canceled the following camps, including sports camps, through the end of June due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The school made the announcement on Wednesday.
Camps that have been canceled thus far include:
Governor’s Honors Academy, originally scheduled for June 14-July 13
iCanShine Bike Camp, originally scheduled for June 1-5
All June sports camps sponsored by Marshall Athletics
College of Engineering and Computer Science Teacher Summer Camp, originally scheduled for June 15-19
Computer Science A-Z Student Summer Camp, originally scheduled for June 22-26.
School of Journalism and Mass Communications High School Journalism Workshop, originally scheduled for Jun 22-25
All June camps sponsored by the Marshall Rec Center
“We are currently following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control, our local and state officials, as well as consulting with our medical school, ” said Tracy Smith, director of Environment Health and Safety. “The health of our community is paramount right now.”
Refunds for camps held by Marshall Athletics will be processed by the method of payment. Payments made by credit card will show as a credit on the card. Checks will be processed for those who paid by check. Please allow up to four weeks for processing.
The Marshall University Rec Center continues to review its camps schedule for July and August. For additional information, contact Jonathan Sanders at email@example.com
Further information on sports camps held later in the summer will be released at a later date.
It is important to note that as additional camps and events are canceled, a complete list will be available at https://www.marshall.edu/announcements/summer-camp-cancellations/
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