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Tarleton Programs for Minors

Tarleton State University annually hosts more than 9,000 participants in varied program activities at various campus locations. Camp programming content varies greatly; therefore, it is the responsibility of each camp sponsor to review activities and logistics for identifiable risks or hazards.

What is a Campus Program for Minors?

Program for minors are University-sponsored events and activities which typically include all of the following elements:

  • The participant group is made up of individuals under the age of 18 and are not current Tarleton students,
  • Tarleton is assuming care, custody, and/or control of the participants, and
  • The program is participatory in nature, i.e. small groups, projects, hands-on activities, games, educational activities, etc.

Reporting Child Abuse

A person having cause to believe that a minor’s physical or mental health or welfare has been adversely affected by abuse or neglect by any person must immediately make a report to local law enforcement.


Child Protection Training
Background Checks