2-4 Rapid COVID tests
3 or more N95/KN95 Masks
Any necessary medications in their original containers in one gallon size bag labeled with students name and dosage information.
Copy of pharmacy and insurance cards
Casual school appropriate clothing for classes and activities.
Light jacket or sweater
Pajamas and personal garments
Comfortable walking shoes
One slightly dressier outfit for final presentations - Slacks/collared shirt/tie/dress/blouse; suit jackets not recommended due to heat.
Clothes hangers (optional)
Laptop or Chromebook type word processing device (Middle School and High School Camps only)
General supplies (paper/notebook, pens, pencils, highlighters, etc.)
Backpack or book bag
CAPC students only: Copy of transcripts and any materials they wish to share with the college counselors.
CAPC only: Scientific/graphing calculator
Bathrobe, slippers or shower shoes
Toiletry items in caddy/bag: toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, deodorant, hairdryer etc.
Laundry supplies (for longer programs)
Detergent - coin and cc operated laundry machines available in all dorms
Refillable Water bottle
Cell phone (optional)
Spending money (for souvenirs and misc. personal items)
Fan (if convenient and desired)
Books for pleasure reading
Sun protection: Sunscreen, long sleeves, hat, sunglasses, etc.
BEDDING and TOWEL
Hint: We have found that twin sheets very tightly fit and full/queen sheets fit loosely and can be tucked.
- UCLA, UC Berkeley and Georgetown
Bedding, a pillow and a basic towel are provided
- Stanford University*
Students should pack sheets for twin xlong bed, pillow, pillowcase, towel, light blanket
* Stanford also has the option for students to rent a linen pack for $65 for 1 week and $100 for 8+ days
What NOT to Bring
Weapons of any kind (including pocket knives and martial arts devices);
Any flame-producing device (including matches, lighters, and firecrackers);
High energy drinks, such as Red Bull, Monster, and Amp;
Pets of any kind;
Televisions or video games;
Bicycles, skateboards, scooters, rollerblades, skates, or shoes with wheels;
Halogen lamps, refrigerators, or cooking devices;