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.
|College of Fine Arts||College of Health Professions||TRIO|
|Ulrich Museum of Art||W. Frank Barton School of Business||College of Engineering|
|Basketball - Boys||Basketball - Girls||Bowling|
|Nike Golf Camp||Volleyball|
WSU Children's Kodaly Choir Camp with Elaine Quilichini
What: Young singers have the opportunity to improve their vocal skills, spend time in recreation activities and meet other student musicians. They will study with Elaine Quilichini, work with teachers in the WSU Kodaly Program and learn quality choral music, with a final concert on Friday, June 5.
When: May 31-June 5
Where: Wiedemann Recital Hall, WSU campus
Who: Children 11-16 years of age by June 1 with an unchanged singing voice
Contact: 316-678-3581 or CFAI@wichita.edu.
Cost: Early bird registration: $225 for day campers and $425 for resident campers – regular registration: $250 for day campers and $450 for resident campers.
Summer Youth Program at the Ulrich Museum of Art
What: Guided tours and related art activities for kids’ groups (10 or more) to explore works from the collection and special exhibitions. Pre-registration and advanced notice is required. Groups must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the activity.
When: Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during June and July. Choice of 9:30-11 a.m. session or 1:30-3 p.m. session.
Where: Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University
Who: Kids ages 5-12; groups must be accompanied by an adult through the duration of the activity.
Contact: 316-978-7116 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: Each 90-minute tour and make it/take it art activity is $3 per child and requires a minimum of 10 children; adult registration is free with a paid child.
TRIO Talent Search Summer Enrichment Program
What: Students will receive supplemental instruction in math, computer technology, language arts, science, theater arts and financial literacy/life skills. Participants will engage in educational field trips, campus visits and listen to motivational and career speakers each week. Applications are due April 1, and can be obtained from the TRIO Talent Search office, 319 Brennan Hall I.
When: 7:45 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 1-26 (8th grade transitioning to high school), July 6-30 (6-8 grades)
Where: Brennan Hall I 2nd floor, WSU main campus
Who: Middle school students who meet program eligibility requirements.
Cost: $50 per participant
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Advanced Education in General Dentistry Dental Day Camp
What: The Advanced Education in General Dentistry program is hosting its annual Dental Day for high school students interested in a career in dentistry. The one-day event allows students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in dentistry and dental hygiene by learning to take impressions, X-rays and drilling on teeth.
When: Friday, June 26
Where: AEGD facility at 2838 N. Oliver St., corner of 29th and Oliver next to Hughes Metroplex Complex
Who: High school students
Contact: Natalie Olmsted, Clinic Director, 316- 978-8349 or email@example.com
Cost: $15 per student. The deadline is June 1. Register at www.wichita.edu/dentalday.
Mobile App Camp
What: Learn the basics of mobile application design and get the opportunity to develop your own apps from scratch for the Android platform phones.
When: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. May 26-May 29
Where: Clinton Hall Room 206 on WSU main campus
Who: High school Students
Contact: Register at http://188.8.131.52/Registration/Form1.aspx. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: $25 (includes lunch and a T-shirt)
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
The WSU College of Engineering offers many camps throughout the summer. Go to http://bit.ly/1FSSOfQ for more information.
Shocker Bowling Camps offer bowlers the chance to improve their skills in one of our four camps. Go to http://bit.ly/1NEPA0A for more information.
Shocker Girls Basketball Camps are designed to provide campers of all ages and ability levels a fun, educational and unique camp experience. Go to http://bit.ly/1BMCtCW for more information.
The goal of is to provide each and every camper with an enjoyable experience along with a fundamental basketball education. Go to http://www.wichita.edu/j/?3707 for more information.
Join Head Women's Golf Coach Tom McCurdy and Assistant Coach Krista Peterson for a week of great golf instruction and fun for goflers aged 10-18 this summer! Go to http://www.wichita.edu/j/?3708 for more information.
This camp offers a great amount of technical training for boys and girls in 4th-12th grade. Campers of all levels of experience are welcome. Go to http://www.chrislambvolleyballcamp.com for more information.