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University Divisions/Departments host a variety of camps/conferences every summer. Below are a list of our Summer 2014 programs along with a brief description. For more information on a program, please follow the associated link, and you will find contact information.  This list will continue to grow in the months to come, so we invite you to check back as we approach the summer.

Architecture Programs
Athletic Programs
Engineering Programs
Health, Wellness & Arts Programs
Music Programs
Science Programs
Kids and Teens University

Architecture Programs

SEED Architecture
June 16-20 Grades 10-12
Overnight $350

SEED is a summer residence camp for high school students interested in finding out what the study of architecture is like at the university level.  The course is taught by School of Architecture faculty and include architectural drawing, model making, digital fabrication and full scale exhibition installation.

Athletic Programs

Baseball Summer Youth Competitve Camp II
June 16-19 Grades K-8
Day Camp $140

The camp will be run by UTA coaching staff and some current players.  We will work with the campers on improving their baseball skills, knowledge, and ability, primarily in games/coach pitch scrimmages and other competitive drills.  This is a great opportunity for the campers to interact with a Division I baseball team and have fun during the summer!

Baseball Summer Youth Skills Camp I
June 9-12 Grades K-8
Day Camp $140

The camp will be run by the UTA coaching staff and some current players.  We will work with the campers in groups and individually, focusing on various baseball skills.  This is a great opportunity for kids to learn and build their baseball skills, knowledge, and ability, as well as the chance to interact with Division I baseball players and have fun!

Men's Basketball General Skills Camp
June 16-19 Grades 1-12
Day Camp $125

June 23-26 Grades 1-12
Day Camp $125

The UT Arlington Men's Summer General Skills camp will be another jam packed week full of the latest drills to help improve your game.  During the week there will also be opportunities to showcase your skills while playing 5 on 5 games.

Universal Cheerleading Association Summer Camp I
June 10-13 Grades 6-12
Overnight $310

UT Arlington Spirit Camps are team based technique camps instructed by Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA).  At camp, teams learn cheers, chants, and dances they can take back to their schools for the upcoming season.  Teams also learn the importance of safety, teamwork, and leadership.

Universal Cheerleading Association Summer Camp II
July 29-August 1 Grades 6-12
Overnight $310

UT Arlington Spirit Camps are team based technique camps instructed by Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA).  At camp, teams learn cheers, chants, and dances they can take back to their schools for the upcoming season.  Teams also learn the importance of safety, teamwork, and leadership.

UTA Movin' Mavs Wheelchair Girls Camp
July 24-27 Ages 18 and under
Overnight/Commuter $295

This wheelchair basketball camp will provide training opportunities for up and coming young femaile atheletes to work with Paralympic and USA Nationional Team atheletes to develop their skills, strength adn conditioning as well as their understanding of the sport of wheel chair basketball.

UTA Movin' Mavs Wheelchair Basketball and Wheelchair Tennis Camp
July 27-31 Ages 18 and under
Overnight/Commuter $395

This wheelchair basketball camp will provide training opportunities for up and coming young atheletes with disabilities to work with Paralympic and USA National Team athletes to develop their skills, strength and conditioning as well as their understanding of the sport of wheelchair basketball and wheelchair tennis.

Women's Basketball Elite Camp
June 10-12 Grades 9-12
Overnight $175

Our camp will be led by the Women's Basketball coaching staff, along with the Women's Basketball players.  Throughout the day, we'll provide individual skill instructions for all participants, meals, and entertainment.  We want our participants to have a great experience! 

Women's Basketball Fundamental Camp
June 21 Grades 2 - 8
Day Camp $75

Our camp will be led by the Women's Basketball coaching staff, along with the Women's Basketball players.  Throughout the day, we'll provide individual skill instructions for all participants, meals, and entertainment.  We want our participants to have a great experience! 

Women's Basketball Team Camp
June 12-14 Junior High and High School Teams
Overnight $100 per player
Commuter $75 per player

Our team camp will be ran like a basketball tournament.  Teams will be played all day, into the evening.  We will hire referees to cover each game, teams will provide their own coach, and UTA players will serve as score keepers.

Volleyball Camp
July 14-17 Grades 7-12
Day Camp $95-$145

UT Arlington summer volleyball camps are a great opportunity for young players to enhance their skills on the court.  Whether a player is just learning the sport or is as seasoned veteran looking to polish her game with the expertise of championship coaches, UTA summer volleyball camps are a perfect fit.  Camp instructors will consist of the entire UTA volleyball coaching staff as well as current and former Maverick players.

Engineering Programs

Access to Engineering
June 16-20. Entering 9th-11 grade
Day Camp $250

Come find out all the ways that engineers help to make the world a better place!  The engineering and Computer Science Camps are one week camps designed to provide students with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines - aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, industrial, materials science and mechanical - plus related topics in chemistry, physics, or math.  Students go on field trips to see engineering at area businesses, they build hands-on team projects, and they participate in faculty-led classroom activities.  

Bridge to Engineering
June 22-27 Entering 9th or 10th grade in Fall 2014.
Overnight $375

Come find out all the ways that engineers help to make the world a better place!  The engineering and Computer Science Camps are one week camps designed to provide students with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines - aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, industrial, materials science and mechanical - plus related topics in chemistry, physics, or math.  Students go on field trips to see engineering at area businesses, they build hands-on team projects, and they participate in faculty-led classroom activities.  

Entry to Engineering
July 14-18 Entering 6th-8th grade.
Day Camp $250

Come find out all the ways that engineers help to make the world a better place!  The engineering and Computer Science Camps are one week camps designed to provide students with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines - aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, industrial, materials science and mechanical - plus related topics in chemistry, physics, or math.  Students go on field trips to see engineering at area businesses, they build hands-on team projects, and they participate in faculty-led classroom activities.  

Gateway to Engineering
July 6-11 Entering 7th or 8th grade in Fall 2014
Overnight $375

Come find out all the ways that engineers help to make the world a better place!  The engineering and Computer Science Camps are one week camps designed to provide students with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines - aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, industrial, materials science and mechanical - plus related topics in chemistry, physics, or math.  Students go on field trips to see engineering at area businesses, they build hands-on team projects, and they participate in faculty-led classroom activities. 

Girlgeneering
July 28-August 1 Girls entering 5-9th grades
Day Camp $250

Come find out all the ways that engineers help make the world a better place!  The Engineering and Computer Science Camps are one week camps designed to provide students with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines-aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, industrial, materials science and mechanical-plus related topics in chemistry, physics and math.  Students go on field trips to see engineering at area businesses, they build hands-on team projects, and they participate in faculty-led classroom activities.

Nuclear Energy and Engineering Workshop
August 9 Grades 11, 12 and New Graduates
Day Camp Free

The UT Arlington College of Engineering offers a minor in Nuclear Engineering.  In order to promote this program and the other UTA Engineering majors, the College offers a one-day high school workshop on Nuclear Energy and Engineering intended for incoming high school juniors, seniors and students who have just graduated.  The workshop features talks about nuclear energy an the field of nuclear engineering, a laboratory visit, and hands-on experiments to measure radioactivity in common materials.  Students also learn about the electrical and mechanical engineering majors at UTA.

RoPro College Challenge Camp
June 30-July 2 Grades, 11, 12 and New Graduates
Day Camp $40

The RoPro College Challenge Camp is a three day camp for high school juniors, seniors and new graduates who want to play with robots and learn about college at the same time.  The camp will not only provide students with a fun robot challenge to work on and compete in at the end of camp but will also cover topics like college financial aid, choosing a university, entrance essays, and how to apply to colleges.  By the end of the camp, students will have completed at least one college application to a college of their choice.  Challenge yourself and join us for the RoPro Camp!

Health, Wellness & Arts Programs

Music Programs

All-State Choir Camp
July 23- 26 Grades 9-12
Overnight Participants $290, Commuter Participants $190

This camp helps singers in grades 9-12 be successful in their journey to the Texas All-State Choir and is a wonderful place to make new friends and experience the fun of learning music.  This year's camp features experienced clinicians teaching and assisting students in preparation of the All-State audition music and development of sight-reading skills.

Concert Band Camp
June 15-19 Entering grades 7-12 in fall 2014
Overnight Participants $395, Commuter Participants $200

A fun and enriching curriculum of full band rehearsals, instrumental lessons, master classes, sectionals, and electives will be taught by outstanding high school and junior high band directors from across the state.  Students will participate in one of five bands based on an audition and perform a final Gala Concert.  The camp is open to students entering grades 7-12 in the fall 2014.  It is our desire that each student return to their own group having grown musically and personally while at the same time enjoying all the fun and excitement of summer camp life.

Marching Band Camp
June 22-26 Ages 15-18
Overnight Participants $395, Commuter Participants $250

This five-day camp is designed to strengthen the abilities of beginner, intermediate, and advanced students, while providing a variety of experiences in fundamentals, leadership, and performance.  The UTA Summer Music Camps strive to provide each student an opportunity to work with and learn from the highest quality instructional staff from around the nation.  It is our desire that each student return to their own group having grown musically and personally while at the same time enjoying all the fun and excitement of summer camp life.

Summer Strings Camp
July 13-18 Grades 5-12
Overnight and Commuter Approximatley $405

The UTA Summer Strings Camp provides young musicians who have been playing a string instrument for at least one year the opportunity to learn advanced techniques, theory and music literature from outstanding music educators in a string orchestra setting.  High school students can also receive instruction from UTA Music Department professors on Texas All State Audition materials in an All State Masterclass.

Texas Cello Academy
July 7-11.  The Junior Camp, ages 9-13.  The Senior Camp, ages 14-Adult
Overnight Before May 31 $335; June 1-30 $385; After July 1 $435

The Texas Cello Academy and Festival (TCA) is an annual week-long summer celebration focused entirely on the cello and its repertoire.  TCA is comprised of two camps: The Senior Camp (ages 14-adult) involves daily classes concentrating on technique, performance, care and maintenance of the cello, and body awareness through the Alexander Technique.  The Junior Camp (ages 9-13) offers half-day cello instruction and classes.

Science Programs

ASM International Materials Science Summer Camp
July 20 Ages 12-16
Day Camp $35

This one-day camp is designed for middle and high school students and exposes them to the world of Materials Science and Engineering.  The camp will provide an opportunity for the students to learn more about properties of materials including metals, ceramics, polymers and semiconductors.  In a nutshell, this one day summer camp teaches students about mechanical, electrical, optical and magnetic properties along with their characterization and application-helping them see the world through the eyes of materials science!

AT&T Pathways Summer STEM Camp
July 20-25 Grade 9 for fall 2014
Overnight Free

July 27-Aug 1 Grade 9 for fall 2014
Overnight Free

One week residential science and mathmatics camp.  Application due May 16. Mandatory orientation June 14.

Biology Summer Science Camp (BSSC)
June 9-13 Grades 7-9
Day Camp $400

The BSSC is designed for students who will be in the 7th, 8th, or 9th grades in the Fall 2014.  This camp is about understanding the sciences, it entails an overview and hands on experience with several different disciplines in the field of biology.  The curriculum will expose students to microbiology, anatomy and physiology, forensic science, and more.  The curriculum is designed to promote a higher and deeper interest in the sciences at an early age.

ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Camp
June 15-27 Grades 6-8 for fall 2014
Overnight Free

Two week residential STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) camp for groups from underrepresented in engineering, math and science fields.  Emphasis will be placed on camper-centered hands-on activities.  A highlight of the camp is the visit/teleconference of Dr. Bernard Harris, a retired NASA astronaut and the first African American to walk in space.  Applications are due by May 2.  Mandatory orientation session May 31.

Girls Inc Smart Camp - Mad Science Camp
June 23-27 Ages 10-14
Day Camp $60-$80

STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) based Camp: Mad Science Camp-we plan on having different experiments and activities related to the different sciences (biology, chemistry, physics) also engineering, technology and math.

Girls Inc Smart Camp - Technology and Science Fashion Camp
July 7-11 Ages 10-14
Day Camp $60-$80

STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) based Camp: Technology and Science Fashion Camp-the girls will use recyclable materials to create fashion.  They will also use technology to create a digital magazine, design a logo than can be printed onto a shirt and learn Photoshop.

Microbiology Institute
June 23-27 Grades 9-12
Day Camp $400

The Microbiology Institue will challenge the high school student's mnd to think, research and conduct experiments.  This institute is laboratory-based and will involve field work, which will require the students to actually collect samples from different sites on UT Arlington's campus.  The students will have one intense week to complete the 5 I's of microbiology: inoculating, incubation, isolation, inspection, and identification.  

Kids and Teens University

Division of Enterprise Development
June 9-August 15 Grades 1-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12.
Day Camp Range from $149-$399

The University of Texas at Arlington Division of Enterprise Development Kids and Teens University offers fun and educational STEM focused camps that will keep your child engaged and wanting to learn more.