Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advisory to Protect The Nest:
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Florida Gulf Coast University is committed to providing a safe environment for all youth participating in camps, conferences, clinics and/or enrichment programs hosted in FGCU facilities. In Florida, summer camps are regulated by the Department of Children and Families and the following requirements apply per Florida Statute:
A copy of each certificate/renewal for every owner, operator, employee or volunteer working 10 or more hours per month will need to be verified by FGCU Campus Conference Programs.
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Camp/Conference Coordinators must carry and maintain comprehensive general liability insurance, ensuring against liability for bodily and personal injury to or wrongful death of persons, or damage or loss of property occurring in or about the premises arising out of the camp/conference’s use or occupancy in an amount not less than:
$ 1,000,000 General Liability - Each Occurrence
$ 2,000,000 General Aggregate
$ 25,000 Participants Primary or Excess Accident (Accident/Medical)
Proof of insurance and endorsement is required prior to the use of facilities or services and camp/conference start date.
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All camp/conference organizers must purchase Accidental Insurance for each of their campers.
$ 25,000 Primary or Excess Accident must be added to a Certificate of Liability Insurance.
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A waiver is required to be collected for each camp/conference participant. The waiver must state that Florida Gulf Coast University is released from responsibility for the presence of the participant in the camp activity. A copy of each waiver must be available for review upon request.