Brit Vets Camp '21

    Tuesday, June 22, 2021 until Friday, June 25, 2021 Eastern Daylight Time

    Interested in a future career in Veterinary Medicine?

    Albion College's Lisa and James Wilson Institute for Medicine is please to announce our newest summer camp — Brit Vets!

    Brit Vets is a veterinary medical school preparatory camp for high school students entering 10-12 grades who are interested in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. Student participants will have the opportunity to learn in hands-on environments while working with multi-disciplinary faculty from across campus. In addition, students will learn from small animal veterinarians and large animal veterinarians at our Held Equestrian Center. The students will also participate in sessions on college and veterinary medical school admissions with a focus on how they can better prepare themselves for a career as a veterinarian. Participants will receive college credit for this four day experiential learning camp on Albion College's campus.

    Additionally you will experience college before college by staying in our residence halls, enjoying your meals in our cafe, develop lasting friendships, and earn college credit at Albion College.

    Student participants from other Wilson Institute camps have said that they are an "incredible educational experience" and that they "learned a lot about the admissions process, liberal arts schools, and graduate schools." Don't miss this exciting opportunity — space is limited!

    Learn more about Albion College's Wilson Institute for Medicine

    Camp Registration:

    Includes: Overnight accommodations in residential halls for three nights, three meals per day in Baldwin Cafe, evening activities, and college credit at Albion College.

    SAVE Money - Register by January 31, 2021: $699.00

    Register between February 1 and April 30, 2021:  $799.00

    Together Safely

    This is the current action steps that Albion College will have in place to stay "Together Safely" in the summer:

    • Upon arrival to campus, camp participants will be required to undergo a rapid COVID-19 test. *Subject to change based on Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) guidance.
    • Participants must wear a mask or face covering at all times.
    • Participants must practice physical distancing.
    • Participants will undergo daily health checks to monitor their temperature and symptoms.

    For More Information

    Brad Rabquer
    Director of the Wilson Institute for Medicine
    Associate Professor of Biology

    Nancy Chapman
    Director of Camps and Conferences

    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.