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THE COST OF CAMP ELECTRIC


The price of camp is per musician, based on standard dorm room housing. The cost includes everything the student needs for the week: lodging, meals, curriculum, concert entry, and more. Travel is not included in the cost of camp. We offer low monthly payment plans. If you select the payment plan option, a $199 deposit is due at the time of registration, and the remaining balance is divided into monthly payments. Payments are taken on the 15th of the month, unless otherwise requested by phone or email. The cost and monthly payment amount changes based on the date of registration. All payment plans go through June 1st. You may make additional payments or pay off your balance at any time by logging into your account or calling the CE office. A $40 processing fee is divided and added into monthly payments. For more information on payment plans, or to inquire about personal plans, please call 800.755.0242. The above price does not include any fees for specific registration options such as airport transportation, etc.




WHEN ARE DEPOSITS AND THE FINAL BALANCE DUE


The non refundable deposit is due at the time you register. Your final balance is determined by your selections and is due in full either when you register or on the final date of your selected payment plan. If you register under a special promotion, you agree that the first $199 paid is considered the non-refundable, non-transferrable deposit.




WHAT DOES THE REGISTRATION FEE COVER


The registration fee includes all instruction, bible studies, concerts, electives, workshops, recreation and supplies. It will also cover your housing and meals during the camp.




IS AIRFARE INCLUDED IN THE COST OF CAMP


No. Airfare is to be purchased by each individual and is not coordinated by Camp Electric. Transportation from the airport is mandatory through Camp Electric, and is an additional cost applied at registration.




PAYMENT OPTIONS


Pay by credit card (Visa, MC, American Express, and Discover) online at our registration page. If a partial payment is made with a credit card, then that same credit will automatically be debited for subsequent payments unless prior arrangements have been made. Send payment by check to Camp Electric, 8289 Cordova Rd. STE 104, Cordova,TN 38106. You will need to print out the online registration form and send it with your check ten days before the billing period you choose. Please print your phone number and your student’s name on your check. We also will need a charge card on file even if checks are being used. Payments made by check must be received on time or your student’s registration will be cancelled.




DISCOUNTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS


3 FOR FREE! Do you have 3 or more students from your youth group attending Camp Electric? Sign up as a chaperone and come for FREE! For every 3 students attending Camp Electric from the same area, one adult chaperone can come complimentary! FIVE FOR $500 Although many students attend Camp Electric individually, we encourage and welcome groups and entire bands to attend. Camp Electric offers an exclusive $500 rate for groups of 5 or more students when registering for camp. Must register at the same time to get this discount.





From nightly concerts by some of the biggest names in Christian music, to lessons and clinics taught by the best in the industry, we understand that value is everything.

That's why at Camp Electric students not only receive top notch instruction, they also are given priceless memories, along with an experience at a premier university in the heart of Nashville, TN.

All this includes meals, lodging, devotions, curriculum, concerts, and we're just getting started!

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THE COST OF CAMP ELECTRIC


The price of camp is per musician, based on standard dorm room housing. The cost includes everything the student needs for the week: lodging, meals, curriculum, concert entry, and more. Travel is not included in the cost of camp. We offer low monthly payment plans. If you select the payment plan option, a $199 deposit is due at the time of registration, and the remaining balance is divided into monthly payments. Payments are taken on the 15th of the month, unless otherwise requested by phone or email. The cost and monthly payment amount changes based on the date of registration. All payment plans go through June 1st. You may make additional payments or pay off your balance at any time by logging into your account or calling the CE office. A $40 processing fee is divided and added into monthly payments. For more information on payment plans, or to inquire about personal plans, please call 800.755.0242. The above price does not include any fees for specific registration options such as airport transportation, etc.




WHEN ARE DEPOSITS AND THE FINAL BALANCE DUE


The non refundable deposit is due at the time you register. Your final balance is determined by your selections and is due in full either when you register or on the final date of your selected payment plan. If you register under a special promotion, you agree that the first $199 paid is considered the non-refundable, non-transferrable deposit.




WHAT DOES THE REGISTRATION FEE COVER


The registration fee includes all instruction, bible studies, concerts, electives, workshops, recreation and supplies. It will also cover your housing and meals during the camp.




IS AIRFARE INCLUDED IN THE COST OF CAMP


No. Airfare is to be purchased by each individual and is not coordinated by Camp Electric. Transportation from the airport is mandatory through Camp Electric, and is an additional cost applied at registration.




PAYMENT OPTIONS


Pay by credit card (Visa, MC, American Express, and Discover) online at our registration page. If a partial payment is made with a credit card, then that same credit will automatically be debited for subsequent payments unless prior arrangements have been made. Send payment by check to Camp Electric, 8289 Cordova Rd. STE 104, Cordova,TN 38106. You will need to print out the online registration form and send it with your check ten days before the billing period you choose. Please print your phone number and your student’s name on your check. We also will need a charge card on file even if checks are being used. Payments made by check must be received on time or your student’s registration will be cancelled.




DISCOUNTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS


3 FOR FREE! Do you have 3 or more students from your youth group attending Camp Electric? Sign up as a chaperone and come for FREE! For every 3 students attending Camp Electric from the same area, one adult chaperone can come complimentary! FIVE FOR $500 Although many students attend Camp Electric individually, we encourage and welcome groups and entire bands to attend. Camp Electric offers an exclusive $500 rate for groups of 5 or more students when registering for camp. Must register at the same time to get this discount.





 
 

WHAT TYPE OF LODGING IS PROVIDED


Camp Electric uses dorm housing. Dorm housing is located on the campus of the university. There are a few different setups for the dorm lodging areas. We have suite lodging, which is typically two roommates to a room and a shared bathroom with two other students. Another set up is a quad design, which is four bedrooms that share a common area and bathrooms.




WHAT IS INCLUDED IN DORM HOUSING


Trevecca Nazarene University's (Nashville) dorm housing includes the following:

  • 1 Pillow
  • 1 Blanket
  • 1 Pillow case
  • 2 Flat sheets
  • 2 Towels
  • 1 Washcloth
  • 1 Trash bag




FOOD OPTIONS


Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner is provided in the cost of camp. The first meal provided will be dinner on the first day of camp, Sunday. The Apple Dining Hall, located in the Jernigan Student Center, offers endless dining options for anyone on campus. A full salad bar, grilled and homestyle favorites, vegan and vegetarian options, a deli, desserts, and more are available in the dining hall. Options may vary during summer sessions. The Hub is a fast-food service located in the lower level of the Jernigan Student Center that caters to anyone who is searching for a diner-like experience. It brings to life a modern vibe and timeless offerings. The classic menu of burgers, chicken tenders, wraps and fries provides an upgraded experience from the standard grill. Options may vary during summer sessions. Nineteen|01 Nineteen|01 is a specialty coffee shop with locations in both Bud Robinson and Waggoner Library. The shop sources locally roasted coffee beans from CREMA, a highly-esteemed coffee establishment located near downtown Nashville. Nineteen|01 offers a wide variety of beverages including coffee, fresh-fruit smoothies, loose-leaf tea, and regular teas and lemonade. Come grab something at Nineteen|01 today! Options may vary during summer sessions. DIETARY NEEDS: Gluten free options are available if requested. Please note on your reservation your dietary needs.




ROOMING REQUESTS


Yes. Please let us know of your roommate requests at the time you register on the registration form. Please only request someone you know has or will be registering for the same session of Camp Electric that you have registered for. You can list multiple requests, but please address in order of priority. We will do our best to accommodate, but we never promise that all requests can be fulfilled. See the lodging question for room setup information. No roommate requests can be made or changed after April 1st.





WHAT INSTRUMENT/MEDIA GEAR IS NEEDED


Acoustic Guitar – A sturdy case, extra strings, straps & picks, and a tuner. Electric Guitar – A sturdy case, extra strings, straps & Picks, and a pair of head phones. Bass Guitar – A sturdy case, extra strings, straps, & picks, and a pair of head phones. Drummers – Drum Sticks, Practice Pad. Do not bring a drum set. Keyboard Players – ¼ inch headphones. These are not like iPod headphones. Do not bring a keyboard. Vocalists – Water Bottle Sound/Audio – Notepad, pen/pencil, 1/4 inch headphones. These are not like iPod headphones. Songwriting – Notepad, pen/pencil, water bottle. Songwriters are permitted to bring an acoustic instrument as well. Film – Nothing is required, gear will used and taught by CE instructors. If you are able a smart device like an iPhone will be helpful. Content Creation – Notepad, pen/pencil. Optional: smart device like an iPhone or iPad.




CHANGING YOUR TRACK/INSTRUMENT


If you decide to change your instrument choice prior to camp, you must notify the Camp Electric staff no later than April 1st. There is a fee associated with changing instruments. Absolutely no changes can be made after April 1st. Please verify that your instrument selection is correct on your registration confirmation. Parents, please verify with your student exactly which instrument they would like to participate in. No exceptions will be made to excuse the fee that will apply. Once at camp, there is a $199 fee to change tracks if a student brings the wrong instrument.




DO I NEED TO BRING MY OWN INSTRUMENT


All Guitarists (Bass, Electric, & Acoustic) will need to bring their instruments in a sturdy case. All Guitarists will need to bring extra strings, picks, etc. for the entire week. Drums and Keys will have instruments provided during instructional time as needed. Drummers please bring a practice pad as well as extra sticks. Each student is responsible for their own belongings. Any personal instrument lost, stolen, or damaged will not be replaced by Camp Electric or the school in which camp is held. We suggest you DO NOT bring your family heirloom.




WHAT IF MY STUDENT SHOWS UP TO CAMP AND HAS REGISTERED FOR THE WRONG INSTRUMENT/TRACK


If a student brings the wrong instrument to camp they will be charged a fee of $199 in order to change tracks which has to be paid in full immediately if they want to continue on to the different track. For example, if the student shows up to camp with their acoustic guitar but they their parent or guardian signed them up for the electric guitar, they will have to pay the fee of $199 to change their track for the week. We want to stress the importance of going over your registration information multiple times to check for accuracy.





 

WHAT EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED TO ATTEND CE


At Camp Electric we want to encourage all musicians and media makers, no matter where in the journey they may be. We do ask that there be a 6 month minimum experience for all students. At certain times of instruction, you will be grouped according to your skill level. Because different people will develop at different speeds time does not always dictate level. We ask the student and parents to evaluate where they feel most comfortable. Experience levels are beginner, intermediate, or advanced. When deciding which skill level, we ask that you consider how long your student has been playing, the type of lessons or training they've had, their experience with performing in public, and how well they perform surrounded by other students. We encourage students to challenge themselves this week and break out of their comfort zone. Music reading is not required at Camp Electric. Skill level cannot be changed after April 1st, and students cannot change skill levels once at camp. There is no exception to this rule.




CAN I PICK DIFFERENT CLASSES/INSTRUMENTS FOR THE WEEK


No, each student must choose one instrument/media class to focus on for the week of Camp Electric. Example: If you or your student picks the "Acoustic Guitar" track at the time of registration they will need to attend the "Acoustic Guitar" classes and not be allowed to attend other tracks. For any questions regarding this please reach out to our office. 800-755-0242




STUDENT INSTRUCTOR RATIO


We call instruction time classes and clinics. During clinics, students are divided by instrument, and there is one or two instructors who lead the large clinic groups. These clinics might involve break out sessions. During classes, there is one instructor for no more than a classroom of students. This is where the students get hands on instruction from our artists.




WHAT FREE-TIME OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE


Rock With The Band - Jam with some of your favorite artist on stage. Music Production - Full Circle Music goes over producing a song from start to finish. Guitar Battle - Daily guitar battle winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Drum-Off - Daily drum off winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Songwriting 101 - Work with one of the top songwriters in the industry. Music Business 101 - Trevecca professors give a crash course of Music Business. Content Creation 101 - From podcasting and streaming to social media and design, get started in knowing your brand here.





 

WHAT INSTRUMENT/MEDIA GEAR IS NEEDED


Acoustic Guitar – A sturdy case, extra strings, straps & picks, and a tuner. Electric Guitar – A sturdy case, extra strings, straps & Picks, and a pair of head phones. Bass Guitar – A sturdy case, extra strings, straps, & picks, and a pair of head phones. Drummers – Drum Sticks, Practice Pad. Do not bring a drum set. Keyboard Players – ¼ inch headphones. These are not like iPod headphones. Do not bring a keyboard. Vocalists – Water Bottle Sound/Audio – Notepad, pen/pencil, 1/4 inch headphones. These are not like iPod headphones. Songwriting – Notepad, pen/pencil, water bottle. Songwriters are permitted to bring an acoustic instrument as well. Film – Nothing is required, gear will used and taught by CE instructors. If you are able a smart device like an iPhone will be helpful. Content Creation – Notepad, pen/pencil. Optional: smart device like an iPhone or iPad.




CHANGING YOUR TRACK/INSTRUMENT


If you decide to change your instrument choice prior to camp, you must notify the Camp Electric staff no later than April 1st. There is a fee associated with changing instruments. Absolutely no changes can be made after April 1st. Please verify that your instrument selection is correct on your registration confirmation. Parents, please verify with your student exactly which instrument they would like to participate in. No exceptions will be made to excuse the fee that will apply. Once at camp, there is a $199 fee to change tracks if a student brings the wrong instrument.




DO I NEED TO BRING MY OWN INSTRUMENT


All Guitarists (Bass, Electric, & Acoustic) will need to bring their instruments in a sturdy case. All Guitarists will need to bring extra strings, picks, etc. for the entire week. Drums and Keys will have instruments provided during instructional time as needed. Drummers please bring a practice pad as well as extra sticks. Each student is responsible for their own belongings. Any personal instrument lost, stolen, or damaged will not be replaced by Camp Electric or the school in which camp is held. We suggest you DO NOT bring your family heirloom.




WHAT IF MY STUDENT SHOWS UP TO CAMP AND HAS REGISTERED FOR THE WRONG INSTRUMENT/TRACK


If a student brings the wrong instrument to camp they will be charged a fee of $199 in order to change tracks which has to be paid in full immediately if they want to continue on to the different track. For example, if the student shows up to camp with their acoustic guitar but they their parent or guardian signed them up for the electric guitar, they will have to pay the fee of $199 to change their track for the week. We want to stress the importance of going over your registration information multiple times to check for accuracy.





 
 
 

THE COST OF CAMP ELECTRIC


The price of camp is per musician, based on standard dorm room housing. The cost includes everything the student needs for the week: lodging, meals, curriculum, concert entry, and more. Travel is not included in the cost of camp. We offer low monthly payment plans. If you select the payment plan option, a $199 deposit is due at the time of registration, and the remaining balance is divided into monthly payments. Payments are taken on the 15th of the month, unless otherwise requested by phone or email. The cost and monthly payment amount changes based on the date of registration. All payment plans go through June 1st. You may make additional payments or pay off your balance at any time by logging into your account or calling the CE office. A $40 processing fee is divided and added into monthly payments. For more information on payment plans, or to inquire about personal plans, please call 800.755.0242. The above price does not include any fees for specific registration options such as airport transportation, etc.




WHEN ARE DEPOSITS AND THE FINAL BALANCE DUE


The non refundable deposit is due at the time you register. Your final balance is determined by your selections and is due in full either when you register or on the final date of your selected payment plan. If you register under a special promotion, you agree that the first $199 paid is considered the non-refundable, non-transferrable deposit.




WHAT DOES THE REGISTRATION FEE COVER


The registration fee includes all instruction, bible studies, concerts, electives, workshops, recreation and supplies. It will also cover your housing and meals during the camp.




IS AIRFARE INCLUDED IN THE COST OF CAMP


No. Airfare is to be purchased by each individual and is not coordinated by Camp Electric. Transportation from the airport is mandatory through Camp Electric, and is an additional cost applied at registration.




PAYMENT OPTIONS


Pay by credit card (Visa, MC, American Express, and Discover) online at our registration page. If a partial payment is made with a credit card, then that same credit will automatically be debited for subsequent payments unless prior arrangements have been made. Send payment by check to Camp Electric, 8289 Cordova Rd. STE 104, Cordova,TN 38106. You will need to print out the online registration form and send it with your check ten days before the billing period you choose. Please print your phone number and your student’s name on your check. We also will need a charge card on file even if checks are being used. Payments made by check must be received on time or your student’s registration will be cancelled.




DISCOUNTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS


3 FOR FREE! Do you have 3 or more students from your youth group attending Camp Electric? Sign up as a chaperone and come for FREE! For every 3 students attending Camp Electric from the same area, one adult chaperone can come complimentary! FIVE FOR $500 Although many students attend Camp Electric individually, we encourage and welcome groups and entire bands to attend. Camp Electric offers an exclusive $500 rate for groups of 5 or more students when registering for camp. Must register at the same time to get this discount.





WHAT EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED TO ATTEND CE


At Camp Electric we want to encourage all musicians and media makers, no matter where in the journey they may be. We do ask that there be a 6 month minimum experience for all students. At certain times of instruction, you will be grouped according to your skill level. Because different people will develop at different speeds time does not always dictate level. We ask the student and parents to evaluate where they feel most comfortable. Experience levels are beginner, intermediate, or advanced. When deciding which skill level, we ask that you consider how long your student has been playing, the type of lessons or training they've had, their experience with performing in public, and how well they perform surrounded by other students. We encourage students to challenge themselves this week and break out of their comfort zone. Music reading is not required at Camp Electric. Skill level cannot be changed after April 1st, and students cannot change skill levels once at camp. There is no exception to this rule.




CAN I PICK DIFFERENT CLASSES/INSTRUMENTS FOR THE WEEK


No, each student must choose one instrument/media class to focus on for the week of Camp Electric. Example: If you or your student picks the "Acoustic Guitar" track at the time of registration they will need to attend the "Acoustic Guitar" classes and not be allowed to attend other tracks. For any questions regarding this please reach out to our office. 800-755-0242




STUDENT INSTRUCTOR RATIO


We call instruction time classes and clinics. During clinics, students are divided by instrument, and there is one or two instructors who lead the large clinic groups. These clinics might involve break out sessions. During classes, there is one instructor for no more than a classroom of students. This is where the students get hands on instruction from our artists.




WHAT FREE-TIME OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE


Rock With The Band - Jam with some of your favorite artist on stage. Music Production - Full Circle Music goes over producing a song from start to finish. Guitar Battle - Daily guitar battle winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Drum-Off - Daily drum off winners will perform in front of the whole camp to win big. Songwriting 101 - Work with one of the top songwriters in the industry. Music Business 101 - Trevecca professors give a crash course of Music Business. Content Creation 101 - From podcasting and streaming to social media and design, get started in knowing your brand here.