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  • Group of students participating in a rope course during Camp Cocky Leadership Retreat

Camp Cocky Leadership Retreat

Saturday - Sunday, November 12th - 13th, 2022

Camp Cocky Leadership Retreat is an opportunity that provides students without a positional leadership role a time to develop interpersonal skills and relationships through team-building programming in an off-campus setting. Camp Cocky will provide students with an adventure-based program designed around rope courses, climbing wall, and a camp-feel. Students will be given resources dedicated to how they can leverage their personal skills and strengths as a leader to create and participate in high-functioning teams.

Interested in learning more? Click below for some quick facts!

Camp Cocky is $10, which covers all lodging, transportation, meals, and programming. If you need help paying for Camp Cocky, please email Joshua Cauble at caublej@sc.edu

Camp Cocky is available for 50 student participants. Students participating in the Close Family Emerging Leaders Program will receive priority registration, with general registration opening in October 2022.

Yes! Camp Cocky is all-inclusive, so meals, lodging, transportation, and all programs are included for the weekend!

Transportation will be provided, by bus, to and from camp for the weekend.

Participants will stay in bunk-style lodging, with every cabin having A/C, heat, and a bathroom. We just ask that you bring your own sheets (or sleeping bag), towels, and toiletries!

Camp Cocky is all about learning how to lead with others, so expect lots of fun, challenging, and engaging team dynamic activities, including some low ropes courses and a climbing tower! Don't forget about the s'more's and camp fire!

Students participating in the Close Family Emerging Leaders Program will receive priority registration, with general registration opening in October 2022.

If you have additional questions about participating in Camp Cocky Leadership Retreat, please contact Joshua Cauble


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