Registration will open on May 1st and will remain open until June 30th. All registrations, both youth and adult, must be submitted on 4HOnline by 11:59 PM on June 30th to be assured workshop preference, roommate requests, and t-shirt availability. There will be no late registration. The State Headquarters recommends having youth whose attendance is contingent on their District Event performance register in advance. Counties may hold their registration at the county level and remove it without any penalty as long as they are removed before June 30th. We ask for agents to continually “approve” their youth on the county level in the 4-H Online system as they become available. Approval on the county level does not affect registration costs. However, youth that are in the system after June 30th may be held liable for registration fees so please stay on top of registration approvals. Following the close of registration and county approval, a registration summary will be emailed to each registered county for review. Invoices will be sent out post-event to capture any additional charges your county may incur. County checks should be made payable to the Florida 4-H Foundation. Only one county check from each county should be sent.
|May 1 – June 12|
|Monday – Thursday||$295|
|State Competitive Events – Monday, July 29th only||$35|
|Share The Fun-Tuesday, July 30th only||$35|
Participants must be between the ages of 14 – 18 and must not have graduated high school as of September 1st of the previous year.
4-H University is much like 4-H Summer Camp in regards to packing. Check out the link below to be prepared for the week.
If a youth brings any prescription or over the counter medication with them, they will need to fill out a medication form. The form and medication need to be in a clear plastic bag and should be handed over to either their Adult in Charge (the person who will check their group in) or directly to the designated Medical Adult at Hume Hall when you check-in for 4-H University. Youth should not bring meds to the Union or to their rooms.
Why yes, there is! Take a look at the 2019 Handbook which explains the event, some of its activities, and some general expectations we have for our participants.
To learn more about Competitive Events click here.