9AM- Round 4
1130- Finals – all students to attend
130PM- Camp Dismissed- Please be here by 130 if you are picking up your students.
Students- please fill out the following survey and tell us about your camp experience
9AM- Go directly to your lab room. Pairings for the tournament released
1PM Round 1
245 PM Round 2
430 PM Dinner
6 PM Round 3
After Round 3, return to your lab room until 8PM dismissal.
9AM-1130AM- Lecture Lib Arts 213 Kritiks with Chris Loghry
430PM-6PM- Dinner Break
9AM-1130AM- Lecture Lib Arts 213 Counterplans with Matt Moore
430PM-6PM- Dinner Break
Tuesday, July 24 Schedule
9AM-1130AM- Lecture Lib Arts 213 Topicality and Theory with Courtney Schauer
430PM-6PM- Dinner Break
Sunday- July 23.
12-130 PM Registration and Dorm check in for students staying on campus (Commons Clubhouse)
245-330 PM Registration and check in for Commuter Students (Liberal Arts Building).
345PM- Camp Orientation Lecture (Liberal Arts Building 213)
415PM- Topic Lecture (Liberal Arts Building 213)
545PM- Dinner (Provided-Liberal Arts Building)
630PM- Labs (Liberal Arts Building)
8PM- Camp Finished for the Day/ Commuter Pickup
Dates: July 23-29, 2017
Registration Before June
1 15 (deadline extended) Cost of Institute: $300 Cost of Housing: $250
Registration After June
1 15 (deadline extended) Cost of Institute: $350 Cost of Housing: :$275
Meal Plan: Cost $150 Covers 3 meals a day, M-F of the camp. The Institute will provide Dinner on Sunday July 23 and Breakfast on Saturday July 29 for everyone. Purchase of the meal plan is optional.
Previous CODI attendees receive a $100 tuition discount
Coaches interested in sending multiple students should contact Matthew Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org) to inquire about special discounts.
Tuition discounts available to students facing financial need. Contact Matt Moore (email@example.com) for details.
What does my tuition cover? Week of lectures and workshops aimed at improving knowledge and skills, a T-Shirt, and a Water Bottle, One-on-one practice and coaching sessions, Individualized research training and work.
What events are offered? We are offering five different tracks. In debate we will offer: Policy debate, Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Public Forum Debate. For individual events we will offer two tracks: Public Speaking events (extemp, oratory, etc.) and Interp Events (interp, duos, poetry, prose, etc.). Students must pick one track.
Are meals included? Meal plans are optional for students at additional costs. Those purchasing meal plans will have access to the campus dining halls. Those who choose not to purchase a meal plan are free to choose their own meal options from various places on and nearby campus. Adequate time is built into the schedule to ensure that students will be able to be able to eat.
When is the application deadline? July 10th, 2017
Is there a deposit? Yes. There is a $50 non-refundable deposit for commuter students. The non-refundable deposit for students staying in the dorms is $125. The deposit should accompany your application to the camp. The deposit will be applied to the balance of the camp cost.
When is my final payment due? July 10th, 2017
What do I need to bring? Students should bring all of the materials they need to participate in their events. This includes pens, paper, laptops, etc. If you are staying on campus you should bring clothes, bed linens, a pillow, towel, and everything else you will need for the week.
How will the debate evidence be distributed? All evidence will be distributed to the students electronically. Students wishing to debate off of paper will be responsible for printing out the files themselves.
What is the format of the camp? The CODI is a weeklong skills intensive camp. Students will engage in practice rounds, practice speeches, and intense one-on-one coaching designed to improve the students’ ability to execute arguments in competitive debate. Each track will have its own format to maximize the week. At the end of the week there will be a camp tournament for the debate events, and a talent showcase for the individual event students.
Can I pay via credit card? No. We cannot accept credit card payments at this time.
Who should I make the check out to? All checks should be made out to the University of Central Oklahoma. If you are mailing payment please send it to Matthew Moore, 100 N University Ave, Box 182, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK 73034.
Parents are welcome to attend all events on Saturday
Round 4 Starts at 9AM
We will announce the teams in finals as soon as we have the results. We want the final round to start at 1145.
Immediately after finals we will have a brief awards ceremony. If everything runs on time we should be done right around 2PM.
Dorm students- Have your rooms cleaned up and packed before coming over in the morning. Take any trash out. The RAs will make sure everything is clean and check you out of your room and collect your keys/cards. You can store your luggage in Liberal Arts (we will lock it in a classroom).
If you have a meal plan card you need to turn it in. Failure to do so will result in a $10 charge from the university. Lost dorm keys will also be charged (I do not know how much, probably $50).