Courses

The SIUE Summer Writing Day Camp is an attractive opportunity for youth ages 8 to 18 who wish to combine learning with recreation. Presented through the Department of English Language and Literature, the Writing Day Camp offers intensive and practical development in basic writing skills in combination with a full and vigorous recreational program.


July 6-17, 2020, Between Alumni and Founders Hall
The Percussion Institute is a total percussion experience camp for junior high and high school students.


June 8-11, 2020, Dunham Hall - Main Hallway
The SIUE Summer Jazz Camp is available for students of all experience levels entering grades 8-12. Campers will learn performance and improvisation techniques from faculty members in the SIUE jazz department.


June 15-19, 2020, Dunham Hall - Main Hallway
The Summer Arts camps are all-day programs for students in grades K-8.
Art Camp 1 - June 15-19, 2020: 2-D Exploration; Art Camp 2 - June 22-26, 2020: 3-D Exploration
Art Camp 3 - July 6-10, 2020: Arts & Crafts


June 15-19, 2020, Art and Design West, 2nd Floor
June 22-26, 2020, Art and Design West, 2nd Floor
July 6-10, 2020, Art and Design West, 2nd Floor
The Spanish Summer Camp offers children the opportunity to immerse in Spanish while having all the fun of a summer camp day. Camp is open to campers 6-12 years old.


June 15-26, 2020, Peck Hall, 2nd Floor
The Musical Theater Workshop will provide participants with in-depth experience in musical theater training for those entering grades 7 and above.


July 20-24, 2020, Dunham Hall, Room 1109 (Choir Room)
Odyssey Science Camp provides area youth an opportunity to experience the excitement of science firsthand. Odyssey Science Camp is available for children entering into grades 2-3. Participants are divided into groups by age and experience. Lab activities are mixed with recreational periods for a well-rounded summer camp experience. Topics and activities include the introduction to scientific principles, building math skills through games, "crime scene" investigations, building and programming robots, renewable energy, and launching model rockets.


July 20-31, 2020, Parking Lot E Behind Dunham Hall
Odyssey Science Camp provides area youth an opportunity to experience the excitement of science firsthand. Odyssey Science Camp is available for children entering into grades 3-4. Participants are divided into groups by age and experience. Lab activities are mixed with recreational periods for a well-rounded summer camp experience. Topics and activities include the introduction to scientific principles, building math skills through games, "crime scene" investigations, building and programming robots, renewable energy, and launching model rockets.


July 20-31, 2020, Parking Lot E Behind Dunham Hall
Odyssey Science Camp provides area youth an opportunity to experience the excitement of science firsthand. Odyssey Science Camp is available for children entering into grades 4-5. Participants are divided into groups by age and experience. Lab activities are mixed with recreational periods for a well-rounded summer camp experience. Topics and activities include the introduction to scientific principles, building math skills through games, "crime scene" investigations, building and programming robots, renewable energy, and launching model rockets.


July 20-31, 2020, Parking Lot E Behind Dunham Hall
Odyssey Science Camp provides area youth an opportunity to experience the excitement of science firsthand. Odyssey Science Camp is available for children entering into grades 5-6. Participants are divided into groups by age and experience. Lab activities are mixed with recreational periods for a well-rounded summer camp experience. Topics and activities include the introduction to scientific principles, building math skills through games, "crime scene" investigations, building and programming robots, renewable energy, and launching model rockets.


July 20-31, 2020, Parking Lot E Behind Dunham Hall
Odyssey Science Camp provides area youth an opportunity to experience the excitement of science firsthand. Odyssey Science Camp is available for children entering into grades 6-7. Participants are divided into groups by age and experience. Lab activities are mixed with recreational periods for a well-rounded summer camp experience. Topics and activities include the introduction to scientific principles, building math skills through games, "crime scene" investigations, building and programming robots, renewable energy, and launching model rockets.


July 20-31, 2020, Parking Lot E Behind Dunham Hall
Join SIUE faculty and guest artists for a week of classes in contemporary, modern, ballet, jazz, hip hop and partnering. Seminars will be available in dance conditioning, injury prevention and more! This seminar is geared toward intermediate and advanced dancers.


July 20-24, 2020, Dunham Hall - Room 2015 (Large Dance Studio)
The goal of the Engineering summer camps is to introduce various engineering disciplines, computer science and construction management to young, aspiring high-school students through a set of activities that are fun, challenging, and thought-provoking.


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