Camp activities will occur in the STEM Building BME Laboratories on the second floor and in the shop area on the first floor. Check out the full schedule.
BME camp activities take place in laboratory and engineering shop areas. When working in these areas, students are required to wear long pants and shoes that completely cover the feet –closed toes and heels. Students may bring sweat pants to wear over shorts, if they choose.
Housing and Meals
BME campers will be housed in Hausdoerffer Hall. Hausdoerffer Hall is designed apartment style housing up to 5 students that share a bathroom and small kitchenette. It is one of the newest residential facilities on campus. Students are segregated by gender. Three biomedical engineering students will be camp counselors and will also be housed in the same Hall near the campers for the duration of the camp. Linens will be provided.
Meals will be in the Atrium at Eickhoff Hall, with the exception of the welcome picnic on Sunday July 14thin the STEM Forum and dinner on Wednesday evening when pizza will be provided in the STEM Building. The Atrium at Eickhoff offers a variety of foods including vegetarian options.
Personal computers and WiFi
Personal computers are not required for camp activities. However, attendees may bring personal laptops/tablets and WiFi connections will be available on campus and in the residence hall. TCNJ and the BME department are not responsible for lost or stolen personal items.
Campers will check-in with Dr. Connie Hall (BME faculty member) in the lobby of Hausdoerffer Hall from 1:00 to 2:30 pm on Sunday July 14, 2019.
Directions from Route 31 (see the campus map): Enter the main entrance to TCNJ off Route 31 at Carlton Drive. Veer to the right and enter Metzger Drive. Proceed past Campus Town (shops and Barnes and Noble Bookstore) and a parking area. Hausdoerffer Hall will be on the right and visitor parking will be on the left in lots 5 or 6.
A welcome picnic is from 3-5 pm on Sunday July 14, 2019 in the STEM Building Forum. Campers and their parents are invited to attend. The STEM Building is a short walk from Hausdoerffer Hall as indicated on the campus map. If you do not want to walk to the STEM Forum, you can move your car to lot 17 behind the Education Building, which is closer to the venue.
Campers must check-out of their rooms between 5:00 and 6:00 pm on July 19, 2019. They must return their key to Dr. Connie Hall, or a designated camp counselor.