Dates & Rates

Dates & Rates 2021

Considering Jewish overnight camp for the first time? Your child may be eligible for a need-blind grant of up to $1,000 this summer! Learn more >

Please note: All prices are in US Dollars

Taste of Coleman
(Entering Grades 1-2)
Sunday, July 11Thursday, July 15$825
2 WEEK SESSIONSOpening DayClosing DayFees
(Entering 3rd & 4th Grade, 2 weeks)
Sunday, June 13Thursday, June 24$2,795
(Entering 3rd & 4th Grade, 2 weeks)
Sunday, July 11Thursday, July 22$2,795
SESSION 1Opening DayClosing DayFees
(Entering Grades 3-9)
Sunday, June 13Thursday, July 8$5,195
Chalutzim (Entering 10th Grade)Sunday, June 13Thursday, July 8$5,295
SESSION 2Opening DayClosing DayFees
(Entering Grades 3-9)
Sunday, July 11Thursday, August 5$5,195
Chalutzim (Entering 10th Grade)Sunday, July 11Thursday, August 5$5,295
DOUBLE SESSIONOpening DayClosing DayFees
(Entering Grades 3-9)
Sunday, June 13Thursday, August 5$9,870
Chalutzim (Entering 10th Grade)Sunday, June 13Thursday, August 5$10,070
STAFF IN TRAININGOpening DayClosing DayFees
Machon 8-week Program (Entering 12th Grade)Sunday, June 13Thursday, August 5$4,495
Machon Israel (8-week) (Entering 12th Grade)Sunday, June 13Sunday, August 1Contact us for more information.
NEW! Machon Adventure Program (5-week) (Entering 12th Grade)Monday, July 5Thursday, August 5$3,795
TEEN PROGRAMSOpening DayClosing DayEligibility
Coleman In IsraelSaturday, June 22Sunday, July 20Grade 11
Coleman Kibbutz Sunday, July 11Sunday, July 25Grade 11- $2,995


Registration is now open for URJ Camp Coleman Summer 2021. 

NEW! Program Protection Insurance

Families are highly encouraged to sign-up for travel insurance in order to protect their investment and plan for the unexpected.

Financial Assistance

We are committed to helping make the Coleman experience available to as many campers as possible, regardless of their families’ ability to pay.

one happy camper

Your first-time camper may be eligible for a One Happy Camper grant of up to $1000!


Additional Fees and Discounts

Non-URJ Fee

Families who do not belong to a URJ temple will be charged $250 per child (maximum of $500 per family).

Deposit and Family’s Payment Agreement:

  • Families must submit a $400 per Camper/Per session nonrefundable deposit in order to have Camper’s application processed. All tuition monies are subject to stated refund policy. **Taste of Coleman deposit is $200**
  • Inclusions: The registration fee includes: All camp activities (except for additional charges as noted below); one camp t-shirt.

For Chalutzim (entering 10th Grade) this fee also include one custom sweatshirt.

While in previous years our Kesher and Chalutzim tuition included the cost of a trip, we have not included that cost for 2021. We are not planning to take our campers to any destination where they would interact with large public groups.


MAking Payments

PAYING A DEPOSIT: You will need to pay a deposit of $400 per session, per child for summer camp. We can process Visa, Discover, MasterCard and eCheck payments**, and deposits need to be received before enrollment can be confirmed. If you have a credit from 2021, that will be used for your deposit.

PAYING SUMMER CAMP BALANCE: When you register, you will choose a payment schedule for the balance. To assist in paying your camp balance in a timely fashion, we offer multiple payment options to best suit your needs. Automated plans help us process payments more efficiently – thank you in advance for choosing one! For each plan, you may choose to use eCheck, debit, or credit cards**. The payment schedule options are as follows:

Standard Payment Plan (three installments): By selecting this option, you agree that Union for Reform Judaism will automatically charge your payment method 1/3 of your balance due at three checkpoints:

  • 1/3 of the balance on or around January 12
  • 1/3 of the balance on or around March 9,
  • Remaining balance on or around April 13.

Monthly Payment Plan: By selecting this option, you agree that Union for Reform Judaism will automatically charge your payment method on or around the 2nd Tuesday of each month, in equal installments, beginning in November or the month following enrollment and continuing through April.

Pay in Full at time of enrollment: By selecting this option, you agree that the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) will charge your payment method the FULL TUITION at the time of enrollment.

Invoices: You will receive an invoice via email the first week of each month that you have a payment due. If you have selected an automated payment plan, you don’t need to do anything when you receive the invoice – it is for informational purposes. Your method of payment will be charged the second week of the month.

Third party payments: If we receive a payment from a third party, such as your synagogue, a grandparent, One Happy Camper, etc., your remaining scheduled payments will be recalculated based on your new balance due.

Special Arrangements: If you are applying for financial aid or need to request an alternative payment plan, please contact the camp office at 770-671-8971. In accordance with the registration terms, payment in full is due 60 days prior to Camp’s first session start date.


* Payments may be made by E-check, Paper Check, Debit Card (all without surcharge) and Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard and Discover). A non-refundable 2.75% credit card processing fee will be added to all credit card transactions.

Refund and Change of Session Policies


  • Cancellation by 90 days or more prior to the first session start date – 100% of tuition is refundable except for the administrative deposit
  • Cancellation between 90 days and 45 days prior to the first session start date – 75% of tuition is refundable
  • Cancellation by 45 days or less prior to the first session start date – no refunds will be given unless stated below.
  • Camp reserves the right to refund any eligible refund in multiple installments as determined by Camp.

Refunds Given:

  • Refunds will be given without penalty (including deposit):
    • for campers on a “Waiting List” (those not able to be placed in their desired session at Camp) if at any time they choose to be removed from the list or are ultimately unable to be placed;
    • if Camp is unable or elects not to open because of government regulations, orders or guidelines
    • if Camp is required to cancel the session of a child with a pre-existing health condition;
    • if Camp is unable or chooses not to open at their own discretion.

Refunds not given:

  • Refunds will not be made if Camper has attended any portion of the session at Camp. This covers all circumstances, including, but not limited to:
    • Camper’s homesickness
    • Camper’s refusal or inability to participate in the normal activities at Camp
    • Camper’s violation of any rules, regulations or policies at Camp for which Camper has been provided notice, and as described below in “Camper’s Participation and Camp Program Expectations” section.

Change of Session
If Camp is required to make a change to Camper session prior to summer, You will be notified by Camp in writing. Camp will provide an opportunity at that time for You to cancel Camper’s session without penalty (including return of any deposit). You will also be eligible for this change of session refund for all children in Your household who are registered at Camp regardless if the sessions of the sibling(s) were not changed.
A change to the Camper session is defined as one or more of the following: a change of session dates, session cost, or camp geographic location change.