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The University of Texas at ArlingtonThe University of Texas at Arlington



Dear Parents and Students

Thank you for registering in Summer@CAPPA (Session 1). I am notifying you that two sessions need to be combined to one session, between June 16-19, 2020(Session 2), due to a low registration number in Session 1. With this change of the date, we will also be able to prepare our delivery of supplies and materials to your home, and enrich students’ participation in the activities. Four instructors are scheduled to teach the camp, and the content and plan of activities of four half-days will be shared with you soon.

We have a diversity of activities from watercolor drawing, lectures on architecture/landscape/urban planning theory, virtual firm tour, and to model-making sessions where students can experience our curriculum and a path in architecture. Although the camp is virtual online, we believe students will benefit from these activities. We are in the process of detailing the contents and excited to see students in a next month.

Could you let us know and confirm if you are okay with this change of the date to June 16-19, 2020?

Please reply to this email with your response.  If you have any questions, let me know.

Thank you!

Hyesun Jeong, Ph.D., AIA Associate 

Assistant Professor
School of Architecture
College of Architecture Planning and Public Affairs
The University of Texas at Arlington

Program Overview 

The College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs (CAPPA) will hold an online camp, Summer@CAPPA, in two sessions of 1) June 2-5 and 2) June 16-19, 2020, in four half-days. Camp activities will be hosted online in ZOOM, the web-based platform, and take place in the afternoon. Summer@CAPPA is for high school students interested in architecture and interior design as a future field of study. This camp is best suited for high school students entering 10, 11, or 12th grades in the 2020 fall semester. Projects are selected to actively engage students in the act of building and to creatively explore a variety of design media and methods. Students will also participate in the virtual firm tour in design firms in Dallas- Fort Worth. Past participants reported the work completed in previous summer sessions has been invaluable in building their student portfolios for college admission. 

 Program Schedule/Activities 

Day 1 – Introduction of camp /Lectures 

Day 2- Online design studio / Lectures 

Day 3- Virtual firm Tour / Virtual CAPPA Tour 

Day 4- Presentation 


Session 1 – June 2-5  Click Here to Register

Session 2 – June 16-19 Click Here to Register

 Program Contacts 

Hyesun Jeong (program coordinator) 

James Brown (academic recruiter)  

 Refund Policy 

There will be no refund if students cancel the program. However, if CAPPA cancels the summer program due to COVID-19, we will refund all registration fees.