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Join your friends and bring your family for year-round shows, activities and special events at UT Arlington.

Summer Camps
Summer is fun and educational at UT Arlington!  A wide variety of summer camp programs are available for kids of all ages.   

Classes for Kids and Teens
In addition to summer camps, UT Arlington has classes for kids and teens throughout the year. Learn more by visiting the Division for Enterprise Development website.

Field Trips
Do you want to learn about getting into and being successful in college? Tell your teachers, and when you do, remind them that the New Student Welcome Center at UT Arlington can help them plan a fun and informative field trip for you and your classmates.

Library
Whether you’re working on a class project or catching up on your favorite magazines, the friendly staff at the UT Arlington Central Library can help you explore books, periodicals, and Internet resources. Located in the heart of campus adjacent to the parking garage, the Central Library offers free walk-in access to any Arlington resident. Students (9–12) and educators (K–12) can receive free library cards with valid ID.

Planetarium at UT Arlington
Are you an aspiring astronaut or scientist? Are you involved in a scout troop, club or organization and are looking for an adventure? The Planetarium at UT Arlington provides the perfect place to educate, entertain, and inspire you.

Blaze's Kids Club
Blaze's Kids Club is the coolest new club in College Town! For a small annual membership fee, kids 12 and under will receive an official Blaze's Kids Club t-shirt, free admission to all UT Arlington volleyball, women's basketball, tennis, track, baseball, and softball events (with BKC ID card), free admission for club members to two men's basketball games (specific dates with RSVP), birthday card from Blaze, and much more. Email blazeskidsclub@uta.edu or call 817-272-0694 for more information.

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Hands-on Learning
Middle-school students receive targeted instructions at the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science camp.

 

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Eye Spy
Kids can stargaze and learn about space at the Planetarium.