Code of Conduct Agreement
Athletic Camps on the Brown Bears Campus
Guidelines for Campers
Campers are expected to adhere to all University rules and regulations, including the policies outlined below. Sports camps have additional policies and procedures, including but not limited to the following:
Campers are expected to read and abide by the policies and procedures on the sports camp web site. Campers are required to acknowledge this by completing the Sports Camps Acceptance Form. This and other forms will be collected at camp check in. Without these forms completed in their entirety, campers will not be permitted to participate in any camp activity. Failure to abide by the policies and procedures may result in disciplinary action, which may include: a warning, probation, consultation with parent/guardian, or in cases of serious or repeated behavioral problems, dismissal from the program. Financial obligations arising from dismissal from the program, including travel costs, are the responsibility of the camper and parent/guardian. Should a camper be dismissed from the program for any reason, camp fees, room and board charges, and any other program-related expenses will not be refunded.
Respect for Others
Brown is a community that consists of people of different backgrounds and beliefs. Conduct that is disruptive, disrespectful or in violation of the rights of others, including but not limited to, verbal, physical, or sexual harassment, intimidation, and bias-related graffiti will not be tolerated and may result in disciplinary action, including dismissal from the program. Campers must observe quiet hours beginning at 10:00pm every night. This includes, but is not limited to, loud conversations, loud music, hall activities, and noise within camper rooms that is bothersome to neighbors.
Hall sports are prohibited inside the Residence Hall. This includes but is not limited to kicking, bouncing, and throwing of balls or other sports equipment or objects.
Possession, use, and/or distribution or being in the presence of alcohol and/or illegal drugs is not permitted. Violation of this policy is grounds for disciplinary action and may result in dismissal from the program.
Campers must check-in with their Residential Advisor by 10:00pm every night. Campers must remain on their floor unit until 6:00am. Adhering to the curfew policy is the camper’s responsibility. Violation of this policy is grounds for disciplinary action and may result in dismissal from the program.
Overnight Leave and Visitors
Campers may not leave the program overnight at any time. Visitors are prohibited in the Residence Halls.
Residential summer sports campers are not permitted to have cars on campus. Commuter sports campers are not permitted to transport other campers in their vehicles.
Damage or Loss
Campers are expected to respect the property of the University. Campers shall assume all financial responsibility for loss or damage they cause to the property of the University. The responses to damaged/lost University property may include replacement, clean-up, and/or labor costs. When individual responsibility cannot be ascertained for damages or loss in the residence areas, campers assume collective responsibility.
Health & Safety Inspections
Residential staff conducts room inspections that are designed to seek out and correct potentially dangerous situations before they cause damage or harm. If in the reasonable course of such an inspection other violations of Summer Program rules are observed, they may be reported to the Director. The University reserves the right to enter residence hall rooms without the consent of the occupant in order to provide for the general well-being and protection of the community, its members and property.
Dangerous weapons such as firearms and knives are strictly prohibited. Brown Department of Public Safety will confiscate a weapon and investigate the camper who possesses it; in addition, the camper will face sanctions.
Brown mandates a smoke-free environment. There is absolutely no smoking anywhere in the residence halls, including in camper rooms, the lounges, lobbies, balconies, bathrooms, hallways, and the dining halls, nor is there smoking allowed within 35 feet of the residence halls, classrooms, or offices on campus. Smoking is also prohibited at summer program sanctioned events. Failure to adhere to this policy may result in disciplinary action including notification of the camper’s parent/legal guardian.