Note: we strongly encourage online registration. It reduces the workload on our AmWeek volunteers, and also reduces the chance that there will be an error in transcribing your registration info.


We are offering sliding scale pricing to make AmWeek available to more people. $800 covers lodging, meals, and program. People can pay as much as they can with a recommended minimum of $560. The fee for people 18-30 yrs is $320. Registrants can apply for a limited number of $200 work-trade discounts—see the registration form below. If you are granted a work-trade discount it will be refunded to you at the end of the camp. People who live locally can register as day campers and not spend the night on campus. Fees are for the full week. There are limited opportunities for a partial week ($400), and these requests will be guided to the registrar.

For AmWeek to be financially sustainable, we need donations to help cover the cost of allowing those in need to pay less than the full $800 registration fee.  If you can, please make a tax-deductible donation in addition to your registration fee to help make our fabulous camp affordable to those who otherwise could not join us.

Registration and Wait List

Applications will be processed in the order they are received; full payment is due with your registration — we cannot confirm your space until your payment is received.

  • Online registration is preferred, and payment can be made via PayPal or a check.
  • Acceptance notifications will be sent starting in early April and within 2 weeks of registration after that.
  • Detailed camper information will be sent in May and posted on the Activities page.
  • Registration will close June 24.
  • A wait list will be established if more attendees register than the camp can accommodate.


  • All cancellations incur a $40 fee.
  • After June 1, refunds will only be  granted if your space can be filled by someone from the wait list or at the discretion of camp managers for extreme circumstances.

We reserve the right to refuse registration or admission to anyone whose behavior has been judged by the camp organizers to be disruptive, harassing, or dangerous.