Frequently Asked Questions

Is registration only online?
Yes. This streamlines the process and makes registration so easy - registration, signed electronic consent documents and payment are all done at once. Just click on any of the “click here to register” links on the website to begin the process.

What form of payments do you accept?
Payment is accepted online at the end of your online registration. Credit or debit card payments are both accepted.

What are the refund policies?
Refunds will not be made after May 1. A $50 non-­refundable processing fee will be deducted from any refunds before that date. There are no prorated fees or refunds for campers or students arriving after the start of a session, leaving before its completion, or missing any time during the camp or class. Contact the Summer Programs office directly for refund information or for cancellations.​ St. Thomas reserves the right to cancel any camp or class for insufficient enrollment. Only in the case of St. Thomas canceling will a full refund be given.

What if I need to change sessions after I have registered?
Session changes are subject to availability. A $50 re­-registration fee is charged for session changes. Contact the Summer Programs office directly as changes may not be done online once a student has registered.

How will I find out what is needed the first day of class or camp and where on campus to report?
After registration is confirmed, an email will be sent to the primary parent’s email with all you need to know about the class or camp you have signed up for.

Is lunch available to purchase on campus?
Students may bring lunch and snacks. No peanuts or peanut products please. For middle school day long camps, lunch can be purchased online during registration. Lunches cannot be purchased individually but are purchased by the week. See the registration site for details.

Who facilitates the classes and camps?
Our acclaimed St.Thomas faculty representing the highest academic credentials and Eagle varsity coaches with proven expertise in their chosen discipline facilitate all classes and camps.

Are all classes and camps co­ed?
In the description of each class or camp, you will find if the offerings are co­ed or for boys only.

Are all classes and camps open to non­-STH students and athletes?
In the description of each class or camp, you will find if the offerings are open to non­-STH students or athletes.

Who do I contact for questions or assistance?
For questions or assistance contact Gail Calkins, Director of Summer Programs, at​ or 281.­757­.4005.