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Leadership Reaction Course

Future Leader Camp (FLC)

Appropriate for high school juniors and seniors, and incoming college freshmen.

Campers who choose the residential experience enjoy all meals and supervised evening activites during the week.  Day Campers will be on campus from 9am-4pm daily and will enjoy lunch each day.

Future Leader Camp

Stetson University's Future Leader Camp is a leadership development and personal development program designed specifically for High School Juniors, Seniors, and incoming College Freshmen.

FLC promotes the development of leadership skills through the leadership of others and hands-on exercises. Learn how to be a successful college student, work as part of a team, communicate effectively, and ultimately begin your life of significance. The final day of FLC will include a Leadership Reaction Course. The LRC is a low-level military obstacle course that stresses teamwork, leadership, and individual confidence. There are 12 obstacles in all - some are easy, some are moderate and some are - well - tough!

Stetson University offers a custom scholarship program that allows qualifying high school students the opportunity to earn funds for their education by participating in select camps and programs. Sign up at and begin earning scholarship dollars for your financial aid package at Stetson! Through this program, participants currently in grades 9-12 may qualify to earn $250.00 in scholarship dollars towards their portfolio under “Summer Programs.” A maximum of $750.00 dollars may be earned in this category, which allows participants to attend and earn scholarship dollars from up to three of Stetson University’s Summer Programs.

Registration Information

For Ages:
High School Juniors and Seniors and Incoming College Freshmen

June 4 – 8, 2018

$295.00 per person
(Day Camp 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., includes lunch and Leadership Reaction Course)

$595.00 per person
(Overnight accommodations, evening activities, Leadership Reaction Course and all meals provided)


For more information, please contact the Office of Continuing Education and Outreach at

386-822-7500 or