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Semester at Badger Creek is a partnership between the Health, Recreation, and Human Perfomance Department, and the Outdoor Learning Center. The program is designed to create deeply significant leadership, learning, and recreational experiences for students whose area of focus (including minors and clusters) is recreation management and therapy.
Those who withdraw from Semester at Badger Creek after it has started will be assessed a $500 termination fee, plus 2% per calendar day while enrolled in the program. Termination date will be established as the date written notification is recieved at firstname.lastname@example.org or the physical address: BYU-Idaho, Semester at Badger Creek Program, 103 ASB, Rexburg, ID 83460. Upon receipt of written refund, outstanding balances and/or damages will be determined and deducted from any refund. If the balance due is higher than the refund, the balance will be billed to the student or added to the student's BYU-Idaho account. Any money due to the student will be processed and mailed within 30 days of written notification.
Tuition refunds will follow BYU-Idaho financial procedures and deadlines as outlined in the current BYU-Idaho Catalog, accessible at www.byui.edu/catalog.
Semester at Badger Creek Dismissal Policy: Students dismissed after the program begins will forfeit all fees.
BADGER CREEK ROOM & BOARD:
The Semester at Badger Creek is housed at the BYU-I Badger Creek Outdoor Learning Center. This is a unique extension of campus and is a wonderful place to learn and enjoy. The setting is beautiful, especially in the winter.
Your Semester at Badger Creek fees cover food, housing, and laundry facilities/supplies for the semester. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served, and vending services are available for snacks. Badger Creek facilities are designed to be rustic. They have been modernized to accommodate extended stays without changing the rustic purpose: electric lighting and heating in the men's cabins, computers and internet connections in the classrooms, etc. Housing consists of bunk bed rooms above the lodge with limited storage and closet space.
WHAT IS EXPECTED OF YOU:
You are expected to adhere to your BYU-Idaho commitments both at Badger Creek and on campus, including the Honor Code and Dress and Grooming Standards. Please review these at http://www.byui.edu/honorcodeoffice.
Living in close proximity to the same people can be a great blessing and a challenge. You are expected to treat each other with respect and dignity. Deciding now to serve and help your group and to follow your group coordinator will help make Semester at Badger Creek a great experience. The Semester at Badger Creek program is based on the theory of experiential education and includes meeting a variety of people. Please refrain from dating, pairing off, and engaging in public displays of affection. You are expected to do your part in keeping the common areas clean, and in meal preparation and cleanup. You will be assigned to a work committee.
Receiving Mail and Packages:
You will be able to receive postal mail at Badger Creek using the following address: Your Name, BYU-Idaho Semester at Badger Creek Program, 1710 W 10,000 N, Tetonia, ID, 83452. Please remember to let friends and family know when you leave Badger so that they can contact you at your campus address. Telephones at Badger Creek are in limited number and for local service only. Please plan to bring a cell phone for your long distance calls. Due to the remote location, however, you may have difficulty obtaining a clear signal in some areas.
Semester at Badger Creek participants attend Young Single Adult meetings in Driggs, Idaho. Sacrament Meeting currently begins at 10:00am.
You are welcome to bring your own vehicle to Badger Creek. You need to be at Badger Creek Outdoor Learning Center no later than 12:00p.m., January 6th, 2014.
HEALTH & MEDICAL CARE:
We strongly recommend you visit with your physician prior to Semester at Badger Creek to insure you are healthy and able to participate in program activities. A Medical History Form and Assumption of Risk Form are included at the back of this information packet. Remember to be thorough and legible as the forms will provide information to the medical treatment staff and facility in case of illness or emergency, as well as permission for treatment. A parent's signature is required for students under age 18.
Due to the remote nature of Badger Creek and program field trips, we recommend you bring two different sets of any prescriptions or inhalers, bee sting kits, Benadryl, dietary supplements, and so forth. Please be aware that wilderness expeditions are a distance from hospitals and doctors, and transportation to modern medical care is uncertain and may be delayed.