For the second year in a row, Eastern students and staff worked with the Windham Drug-Free Communities program and the Caleb Foundation, which operates the Village Heights Apartments, to provide 25 Windham students with individualized math tutoring during the Math Mania Camp. The camp was held June through August on the Eastern campus; funding was provided, in part, by the Connecticut State University System Bridges Grant. Focused on middle school students, the camp provided math instruction and enrichment activities, which were correlated to Windham Public School curriculum. The camp was enhanced by special programs offered by Health and Physical Education Professor Nanette Tummers and Chris Avtges, retail manager for Chartwells. Eastern's Athletic Department provided daily swimming in the Eastern pool.