Stephen F. Austin State University

Jack Camp



Alex Bird
Alex Reisinger
Alexis Epps
Alyssa Estrada
Amanda Lofaro
Amanda Ricke
Anthony Coleman
Arden Frye
Aryn Clift
Ashley Schutt
Ashlie Clark
Autumn Pierre
Brandon Bolton
Brenae Henderson
Brittany Witt
Brooklyn Baker
Cameron Aines
Cara Campbell
Carli Ivey
Chassidy Carter
Chelsea Pitts
Cherish Jackson
Claire Burton
Clare Melder
Colby Mckellop
Colten Harris
Colton Loyd
Connor Neagli
Cori Jones
Crystal Dorsey
Damon Cunningham
Danielle Davis
Darisha Porter
De'Shunna Burnett
Eric Oliver
Erica Johnson
Falynn Monk
Haile Granberry
Haley Davis
Hendrix King
Holly Clay
Jaclyn Hartland
Jake Miserak
Jared Dalpe
Jenna Hayes
Jennifer Moore
Jeri Jones
Joao Spier
Jonathan Barrow
Jonathan Oggero
Justin Becerra
Kate Childress
Kimber Thompson
Kolby Dickerson
Kyle Schmidt
Lane Davis
Lauren Harvey
Leigh Anne Dallas
Lindsey Ideler
Mackenzie Van Voorhees
Madison Head
Makala Burges
Malorie Herron
Mariana Espinoza
Marlena Bennett
Mary Nicholson
Megan Miller
Megan Sellers
Megan White
Mercedes Jones
Michael Chica
Miranda Wedelich
Molly Henderson
Morgan Hutto
Morgan Pulliam
Olivia Miller
Penni Reeds
Raegen Dumar
Ramiro Espericueta
Ray Williams
Ryan Brown-Moreno
Samantha Peters
Sarah Russell
Stephen Brenz
Sterling Bates
Tyler Fisher
Wayne Blount
Zach Shivers
Zach Thomas



Session 1: Monday, August 17-Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Session 2: Thursday, August 20-Saturday, August 22, 2015

Registration will be available beginning MAY 1, 2015. Sessions will close as they reach capacity, registration will be on a first come, first serve basis.

What is Jack Camp?

Jack Camp welcomes incoming students to SFA each year by giving them an opportunity to meet fellow students, have fun, and learn about life at SFA. It is our hope that through Jack Camp, you will find your place in our Lumberjack Family.

Jack Camp is a three-day extended orientation program that takes place in Trinity, Texas. Students will arrive at Jack Camp to find some of the best camp facilities in the state of Texas, including air conditioned cabins, on-site cafeteria, athletic fields and more. In addition, Jack Camp is led by some of the most successful student leaders at SFA.

Once you arrive at Jack Camp, you will become part of several groups - your cabin, your family group, your tribe and your team. This will allow you to meet as many other Lumberjacks as possible. With these groups, you will enjoy team-building exercises, participate in group discussions, play sports and socialize.

What do you do at Jack Camp?

At camp everyone is split into two tribes with hundreds of other first year students. These tribes will compete throughout the camp in activities such as cheers, tribal games, skits, and more.

Each tribe will also be split into "family groups" of around 10 - 15 students and 2 counselors. Within these groups, students will have an opportunity to share fun experiences with their peers and really get to know other students on a close level.

They will also have opportunities to engage in small group discussions about life at SFA, what to expect as a new student, some fears students might have their first year, as well as many other questions incoming students may have.

In addition, Jack Camp also features evening mixer activities, plenty of free time at the pool, and opportunities for you to just enjoy your surroundings with some of your new friends.

How much does Jack Camp cost?

Jack Camp costs $160. This price covers meals, lodging, camp materials, and a Jack Camp T-shirt. You can complete the attached registration form and mail it back to our office, or download one from our website.

You can pay for Jack Camp with cash, check or a credit card, or charge it to your MySFA account.

All credit card transactions can be completed by using the online marketplace link at

All cancellations must be received in writing via mail or e-mail on or before the cancellation dates.

PLEASE e-mail to cancel.


Jack Camp Photos

Students With Disabilities

The Office of Student Affairs Programs is committed to providing support for students with disabilities. If you are a student who needs an accommodation to attend or participate in one of our events or student organizations you are encouraged to stop by Room 325 in the Human Services Building to make your request. You may also call us at (936) 468-3004, TDD: (936) 468-1004.

If you have an accommodation request please see us as soon as possible, so we can make any arrangements necessary. Accommodations can only be arranged once a request has been submitted in writing to Disability Services. To the greatest extent possible, the Office of Student Affairs Programs shall observe confidentiality with respect to any request for accommodation.

Students who feel they have not been accommodated appropriately can appeal that decision utilizing the university appeals process.