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2014 Summer Camp Offerings

There are many academic and athletic camps offered at Wichita State University during the summer. The following is an up-to-date list of what's available.

ACADEMIC CAMPS
College of Fine Arts College of Health Professions College of Engineering
     
ATHLETIC CAMPS
Bowling Basketball Basketball - Girls
Golf Volleyball Tennis

 

ACADEMIC CAMPS


COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS CAMPS

WSU Children's Kodaly Choir Camp with Elaine Quilichini
What: A week-long, performance-based camp featuring Elaine Quilchini, artistic director of the Calgary Girls Choir. Daily rehearsals with a public concert in Wiedemann Recital Hall. Recreational activities include visits to the WSU Heskett Center, the Ulrich Art Museum and the Rhatigan Student Center bowling alley. Dorm and day camp options with a well-qualified staff of counselors. Visit www.kmek.org for more information.
When: June 1-6
WHERE: Wiedemann Recital Hall, WSU campus
Who: Experienced singers, ages 11-16 (boys with unchanged voices)
Contact: kodaly@wichita.edu
Cost: Resident (dorm) campers: $450 ($425 earlybird by May 16); day campers: $250 ($225 earlybird by May 16). Some scholarship help is available while funds last.

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COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS

Advanced Education in General Dentistry Dental Day Camp
What:
This camp is for juniors/seniors in high school interested in the field of dentistry (dentist, dental hygiene, dental assistant). The day camp includes hands-on experience drilling, taking X-rays, pouring molds of teeth and patient observation. 
When: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, June 20
Where: AEGD facility at 2838 N. Oliver St., corner of 29th and Oliver next to Hughes Metroplex Complex
Who: Juniors and seniors in high school
Contact: Natalie Olmsted, clinic director at 316-978-8349 or natalie.olmsted@wichita.edu
Cost: Free, but limited to 30 students

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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING CAMPS

Aerospace Engineering Residential Camp for Girls
What: Experience what it means to be an aerospace engineer at WSU by designing and flying your own aircraft, experience the nationally ranked research facilities at WSU, and experience college life by staying four nights in the residence halls. Led by Scott Miller, chairman of the Department of Aerospace Engineering, this camp will challenge, engage and foster friendships among bright young women with a love of math and science.
When: June 30-July 3
Where: Wichita State University campus 
Who: Girls going into grades 10-12
Contact: Polly Basore, K-12 outreach coordinator, College of Engineering, polly.basore@wichita.edu, 316-978-6512
Cost: $450 ($25 discount before May 1) includes four nights lodging and all meals. Scholarships are available based on financial need; scholarship recipients pay only $25. For more information, to register or to download a scholarship application, visit www.wichita.edu/engineeringcamps.

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ATHLETIC CAMPS


Brunswick Shocker Bowling Camps

Shocker Bowling Camps offer bowlers the chance to improve their skills in one of our three camps. Go to http://www.wichita.edu/j/?2117 for more information on how to register.

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Gregg Marshall 2014 Basketball Summer Camps 

The Gregg Marshall Shocker Basketball Camps offer something for children age 7 all the way up to seniors in high school. Go to http://www.wichita.edu/j/?2119 for more information.

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 Jody Adams Shocker Basketball Camps

What: Skill development camps, team camp and elite camps.
When: Monday, June 16- Sunday, June 22
Where: Charles Koch Arena
Who: Camps range from grades 1-12.
Contact: mgomez@goshockers.com
Cost: Skill Development 1 (grades 1-3), $80; Skill Development 2 (grades 4-12), $150; Team Camp (AAU, HS), $300 per team; Junior Elite (grades 6-9), $110; College Prep (grades 10-12), $120

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Tom McCurdy Golf Camp

Nike Golf Camp
What
: Wichita State University offers both an overnight and day golf camp option for junior golfers looking to take their game to the next level. Golfers will be learning new skills on the putting green, chipping, full swing and instruction on the golf course.
When: Day Camp, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., June 15-19 (all day/night for Overnight Camp)
Where: Braeburn Golf Course, WSU Campus
Who: Boys and girls ages 10-18; all skill levels welcome
Contact: Krista Peterson at kpeterson@goshockers.com or 316-978-7466
Cost: Day, $425; Overnight, $825 

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2014 Shocker Volleyball Camps

Several camps are available for various age groups in individual and team settings. Download the brochure for more information: http://bit.ly/1gxPGZ9.

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Tennis

What: 2014 WSU Nike Tennis Camp (co-ed, junior day camp)
When: June 2-5 (full days and half days available)
Where: Sheldon Coleman Tennis Complex, WSU campus
Who: Players aged 9-18; all skill levels
Contact: Online registration - http://bit.ly/Q9Omlr
Cost: $345 full day, $225 half day

What: 2014 WSU Nike Tennis Camp (co-ed, high school program)
When: July 28-31
Where: Sheldon Coleman Tennis Complex, WSU campus
Who: Players aged 13-18 on high school team or planning on making high school team
Contact: Online registration - http://bit.ly/Q9Omlr
Cost: $345 full day, $225 half day

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