ARLINGTON - The University of Texas at Arlington offers a variety of summer camps and programs for youth. Some are free while others charge a fee. Day and residential camps are available.
UT Arlington's 2010 summer camps include:
Athletics: Baseball, basketball and volleyball. Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, www.utamavs.com/camps/txar-camps.html
Adaptive sports: Wheelchair basketball and tennis. Movin' Mavs Adaptive Sports Program, www.utamovinmavs.com
Engineering: Engineering and computer science, materials science, nuclear energy and engineering, and robot programming. Girlgeneering is for girls only, and there is an engineering/science camp for Hispanics only. College of Engineering, www.uta.edu/engineering/summer_programs.
Music: Concert band, marching band, strings, cello, and the high school All-State Choir. Music Department/ College of Liberal Arts, http://www.uta.edu/cos/sciencecamp/.
Nursing: Aspiring STARS for Nursing for high school students. College of Nursing, www.uta.edu/nursing/campapplication.
SAT prep: Power grammar workshop. Continuing Education/Division for Enterprise Development, www.uta.edu/ced.
Science: Biology, microbiology, chemistry, and mathematics. and Girl-o-lo-gy for girls only, and there is an engineering/science camp for Hispanics only. College of Science, http://www.uta.edu/cos/sciencecamp/.
Spirit/Cheer: Three camps for ages 12-15. Campus Recreation. Call Will Strothers at 817-272-3277 or email@example.com.
For other UT Arlington events and programs open to the community, visit the College Town Web site at www.uta.edu/ucomm/collegetown/.
The University of Texas at Arlington is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.