Congratulations on your acceptance into AIM-High. It will surely be an experience to remember.
Below, you will find the agendas from AIM-High 2019. Program schedule for 2021 will be released in the spring.
Parents and families are welcome to utilize the NSU hotel discount rates as part of the AIM-High program. Please refer to the NSU Travel Website for reservations.
Students traveling in from out of the area should plan on flying in and out of Fort Lauderdale. Please refer to the schedule for times and dates. Ideally, students should arrive between 10 a.m.-noon on Sunday and depart after 3:00 p.m.on Saturday. Students will be picked up via NSU’s Shark Shuttle in the baggage claim area. NSU staff members will be there to greet incoming students. Please ask students to look for individuals holding the NSU AIM-High signs in the baggage claim area.
CHECK-IN and CHECKOUT PROCEDURES
Arrive Sunday, June 9 or 16, between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. for local students. Out-of-state students should arrive between 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.so we can arrange for transportation (be sure to send us all of your travel information). A brief orientation will be held with AIM-High parents around noon. We will provide light snacks and beverages.
Camp check-in will be clearly marked at the Commons Dorm when you arrive (see address and directions below). Please follow the blue AIM-High signs on University Drive and throughout the campus.
It is highly recommended that you NOT bring your own vehicle to campus due to limited parking space. If your child’s vehicle is the only means of transportation, please relay this information to us and we will collect the keys at check-in on the first day for safety reasons.
DIRECTIONS TO CAMP CHECK-IN
Check-in will be located within the Commons Dorm.
3625 College Avenue
Davie, FL 33314
Parents will be able to park within the Commons Dorm Lot.
For additional directions, please utilize our NSU Campus Map (Commons #29).
Prescription Medication: Students taking prescription medication must bring their medication in the original prescription container. Medication will be collected upon arrival and disseminated as prescribed.