Camp Students and Families
Welcome Camp Students and Families
Here you'll find information to prepare for Camp, details about our on-campus services, and contacts who can provide additional assistance. You'll find information on everything from your arrival to campus, throughout your stay, and all the way through to after your last performance or exhibition. Parents and families can utilize this webpage to stay connected with your student(s) while they're away at Camp.
Preparing for Camp
Everything you need to know before you arrive on campus.
Camp Student Support
Emergency procedures, campus services, and calendars and events.
Camp Family Resources
How to stay connected to your student and attend campus events.
Leaving Camp & Staying in Touch
Checkout information and ways to stay engaged with Interlochen.
Questions? We can help. Use our Camp Questions service or reach out to our Admission team. Also, you'll find contacts for our Dining and Health Services teams.
Dean of Admission & Financial Aid, Summer & Auxiliary Programs231.276.7471 231.276.7471 Send Email
Assistant Director of Admission, Partnership Coordinator231.276.7473 231.276.7473 Send Email
Assistant Director of Admission
Assistant Director of Admission, Partnership Manager231.276.7404 231.276.7404 Send Email
Camp Questions231.276.4371 231.276.4371 Send Email Ask a question
Health Services231.276.7220 231.276.7220 Send Email
Arts Camp News & Features
Arts Camp alumna Kamilah Brown and former Arts Camp faculty member Titus Underwood received a combined total of more than $6,000 to further their careers in classical music.
Josh Groban, Victoria Clark, and Michael Arden headline the 13 Arts Camp and Arts Academy alumni nominated for Broadway’s highest honor.
More than two decades after missing out on his dream role at Interlochen Arts Camp, the Grammy Award-nominated singer stars as the titular character in the Broadway revival of ‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.’