The answer is c. In 2005, 498 incoming
freshmen attended Eagle Camp, a weekend experience where students build UNT
spirit, learn traditions, meet new friends and prepare for life as a North
This year’s Eagle Camp will be held Aug. 18-20 at Sky Ranch in Van.
Eagle Camp was established in August 2001 to provide an opportunity for members of the incoming freshman class to get together in a relaxing, non-academic setting. Throughout the weekend, students interact through fun activities and have the opportunity to meet and ask questions of current student leaders, faculty and staff.
Students build friendships and school spirit while riding a 40-foot water slide, playing basketball and volleyball, and participating in teambuilding exercises and a “Chubby Bunny” counselor challenge where participants compete to stuff the greatest number of marshmallows in their mouth. This year’s campers also will enjoy a 1980s-themed dance.
Students pay $125 to attend Eagle Camp. Additional program costs and scholarships are covered through donations from members of the UNT community.
To learn more about Eagle Camp or to make a donation for Eagle Camp scholarships, contact Julia Serafin, Eagle Camp student coordinator, at (940) 891-6732 or visit www.unt.edu/eaglecamp.