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Dates & Rates

2023 DATES & RATES WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON!

2022 Dates & Rates

 

Session Open To Dates Rates Length
Session 1 Ent 4th - 9th grades Mon, June 20 - Thu, July 14 $5075 25 days
Noar Aleph Ent 2nd - 7th grades Mon, June 20 - Sun, Jul 3 $2850 14 days
Taste of CYJ Ent 1st - 3rd grades Mon, June 20 - Thu, June 24 $360 5 days
Session 2 Ent 4th - 9th grades Mon, July 18 - Thu, August 11 $5075 25 days
Noar Bet Ent 2nd - 5th grades Mon, July 18 - Sun, July 31 $2850 14 days

Register for Session 1 and Session 2 and receive $800 off tuition.

Tuition includes: All camp Day trips (if possible), Kosher Kitchen (all meals and snacks), Laundry, Medical Staff on site 24/7 and COVID-19 expenses, T-shirt, Transportation to and from Chicago area

Prior to processing registration for a Camp Young Judaea Midwest program, accounts are reviewed for outstanding balances. Registration cannot be processed until past-due balances are reconciled or a payment plan is put into place. *To be eligible for the early bird discounts, you must be 100% paid up from previous seasons.

Cancellations
  • Cancellations prior to April 3, 2023: Everything is refundable except for the credit card transaction fees incurred.
  • Cancellations between April 4 and April 30th, 2023: Everything is refundable except the deposits + credit card transaction fees incurred.
  • Cancellations that occur after May 1, 2023 and before the program start will be assessed half of the camp fee, with case by case exceptions.
  • Once the camp program begins, no refunds will be granted for cancellations.

If we cancel the camp session (due to Covid-19 or any other reason), all fees will be fully refundable minus any credit card transaction fees incurred.

 

Deposits
A $500 deposit per session/per camper is required upon enrollment for all sessions.
A $350 deposit per session/per campers is required upon enrollment for families that have selected “Applying for Financial Aid”
Payment Plans

Families registering online have four payment options:

  1. Pay in full at time of registration (includes a 2% discount)
  2. Pay in three equal installments – December 1, February 1, and April 3
    -If you register after December 1 or February 1, your first payment will be the following Monday after registration is completed. By selecting three equal payments, you understand that your total payments will be completed on April 3, 2023
  3. Pay in equal monthly installments the first of the month, with the final payment on April 3, 2023
  4. If applying for scholarship assistance, pay $350 per month per child until the camp scholarship is awarded. Once the award is applied to the camp balance, the payment plan agreed upon previously will be changed automatically to equal monthly installments on the first of the month, with the final payment on Jun 1, 2023. *To be eligible for scholarship, a $350 payment plan per child must be in place

All outstanding payments must be settled prior to a respective session start date to be eligible to enter Camp Young Judaea Midwest.

*Please note that by completing this application, you are giving Camp Young Judaea Midwest permission to charge the credit card on file for the balance on your account on April 3, 2023. Please contact Camp Young Judaea Midwest (kevin@cyjmid.org ) to discuss an alternative payment plan that ends on or before June 1, 2023.

Payment Policy

For your convenience, Camp Young Judaea Midwest accepts American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and eCheck. eCheck is the preferred method of payment. All credit card payments will incur a 3% credit card fee per transaction. Registration cannot be processed until past-due balances are reconciled.

Deposits can be paid by Credit Card, Debit Card or ECheck when completing the application.  Deposits are required to hold your space.

Credit card fees are not refundable.

Refer a Friend Discount

Any current camper who refers a first-time camper (not a sibling and must be a new family to CYJ) who attends CYJ 2023 will receive a $150 tuition credit.  There is no limit on the number of tuition credits a camper may receive. This fee is not valid for cash and may not be used toward your deposit. The referring camper must attend camp to get the tuition credit. If the referred camper cancels, the credit will be removed. Please email the names of campers you have referred to Kevin at kevin@cyjmid.org. Those families must indicate that you referred them when they register.

Sibling Discount

A $100 discount will be applied to a family’s account for each additional child registered after the first camper.

Tuition Assistance

Families applying for scholarship assistance provide a deposit of $350 at the time of registration.

Families are required to have a payment plan set up with CYJ for the application to be finalized and for a tuition assistance application to be accepted. For policies regarding the tuition assistance process, please click hereThe application process will close on February 14.

If scholarship assistance is not awarded or declined and your child will not attend CYJ, then the deposit is refundable less a $150 Administrative Fee + the credit card fees if you did not use ECheck.

Required Camper Forms

Camp Young Judaea Midwest strives to provide an unparalleled camp experience for your children.  For this to happen, we require families to provide us with medical data, health history and information that we may use to ensure your campers have a wonderful time during their session.  We require camper forms to be completed by May 5, 2023.  After this date, with the exception of the Physical Examination form, you will be assessed a $50 late fee per camper.sds

Military Discount

We are pleased to offer an automatic 18% discount to active duty US Military families. Please email kevin@cyjmid.org for more information.

Code of Conduct

Camp Young Judaea Midwest reserves the right to cancel the enrollment, without providing a refund of fees, of an individual who violates the standards of behavior as described in our CYJ Community Brit (Camper Contract), or is determined by the staff to be a danger to themselves or other persons at Camp.