Registration is available online (for returning campers only) or in-person at the Herbert Wellness Center (new and returning campers). See below for complete registration information. If you have any questions throughout the registration process, please contact the Mini Canes Staff.
|I||June 12 - June 23*||Monday, May 1|
|II||June 26 - July 7**||Monday, May 1|
|III||July 10 – July 21||Monday, May 22|
|IV||July 24 – August 4||Monday, May 22|
* Last day of Miami-Dade public schools is June 8.
** Closed Tuesday, July4.
$400 for each 2-week session for Herbert Wellness Center members*
$430 for each 2-week session for non-members
$ 40 for each 2-week session of Before Care
$ 60 for each 2-week session of After Care
$100 deposit for each confirmed 2-week session (Deposit is deducted from camp tuition.)
Acceptable forms of payment: Cash, check, Visa or Master Card. Checks made payable to the UNIVERSITY of MIAMI. There will be a $25 charge for returned checks.
*Must be a Herbert Wellness Center member at time of registration and throughout the summer. In order to receive the member rate, email firstname.lastname@example.org once you have registered. You will receive an electronic refund to the credit card on file.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis provided space is available. Registration deadlines are based on camper status and University of Miami affiliation. Parent/Guardian(s) who miss their initial registration deadline are eligible to register on a subsequent registration date but lose priority. Camp deposits are non-transferable to other sessions. If sessions are full, campers will be wait-listed.
Returning Camper Registration: February 27 – March 17
UM Affiliates (New Campers): March 27 – April 7 (Cane or Alumni Association card and C# required to register.)
Outside Community (New Campers): April 17 until camp is full
Completed packets must be personally delivered to the Mini Canes office and incomplete registration materials will not be accepted.
Online registration is available for campers returning from last summer. Siblings who are new to camp must be registered via the in-person procedures (see-below). In order to receive the member rate, email email@example.com once you have registered. You will receive an electronic refund to the credit card on file.
Visit the online services page to access the registration portal. Parents with campers who are eligible for online registration will receive an e-mail with login information.
Camper enrollment packets must be delivered in-person to the Mini Canes office in room 210 of the Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center. Packets are accepted Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Phone, fax, and mail registrations will not be accepted. A parent/legal guardian must be present for each camper for all in-person registrations.
Instructions: Download the Mini Canes Camp Enrollment Packet and type-in all required information. Save your files for your records. For the Health History form, complete the top of the form, print, sign, and then have your child’s physician complete the remainder of the form before submitting.
A complete enrollment packet includes:
Original birth certificate for all new campers
Camper Picture (recent head shot)
Parent Consent Form
Health History Form
Note: Incomplete registration materials will not be accepted.
A $100 deposit is required at the time of registration for every confirmed two-week session. The deposit will hold a camp reservation until the final payment is due for each session. Full payment must be received by the payment deadline to hold the camper’s place. If full payment is not received by this time, your reservation(s) will be cancelled.
All requests to cancel a camper from a session MUST be submitted in writing to the office prior to the session starting. Deposits are non-transferable to other sessions and are non-refundable.
- More than 6 weeks: full refund (except for deposit)
- 6 weeks - 5 business days: $100 fee + deposit
- Less than 5 days: no refund
Camp staff reserves the right to cancel any session or modify activities or groups due to enrollment, facility problems, staffing concerns or circumstances beyond its control (i.e. rain, pool problems or electrical outages).—>