We offer a variety of fun and intriguing summer programs for students of all ages. Whatever your interests, we have a program for you! Scroll down this page to discover all the ways you can grow this summer at The University of Alabama.
Daphne Palmer email@example.com or 205-348-3286
June 10th - 15th
ACAP is a program of the National Association of Black Accountants, Center for Advancement of Minority Accountants. The primary objective of the ACAP is to increase the number of high school students from underrepresented ethnic groups that attend college and major in accounting. Through ACAP's efforts, students receive educational enrichment experiences and the practical help needed for college preparation and a career in accounting.
ACAP began in 1980 when the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA), recognized the need for a program that would direct African-Americans and other underrepresented ethnic groups toward the accounting profession. Realizing that preparation for a professional career begins in junior and senior high school, the Seattle Chapter of NABA designed a pilot program that could mark a turning point in the academic lives of secondary students, motivating them to pursue a higher education.
ACAP revolves around a one-week summer residency program for high school students. The program introduces students to career opportunities in accounting through a carefully tailored curriculum involving local university faculty and guest lecturers from business and government.
Apply on our website http://culvershouse.ua.edu/summer-programs.
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This is not your ordinary summer camp! Discover Alabama's diverse natural history by participating in the Museum Expedition Camp! Participants will have the fun and unique opportunity to work with scientists in the field of Archaeology as part of an actual scientific research project to explore the cultural history of Alabama.
Students, teachers, and adults will spend a week at the Expedition field camp working with scientists to learn excavation techniques, laboratory procedures, and artifact identification. The Museum Expedition combines real exploration, with real science to create a unique experience and lasting friendships. Participants will have the opportunity to meet friends, explore new surroundings, and conduct field work in archaeology in Baldwin County, Alabama at Gulf State Park. We invite you to explore an area of rare opportunity as we dig into the past to gain a glimpse of what life was like in prehistoric Alabama.
Work side-by-side with archaeologists to discover important facets of Alabama's cultural history. Spaces are limited so sign up soon!
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Join the Alabama Museum of Natural History for Summer Field Trips that include tubing, caving, fossil-hunting and canoeing in some of Alabama's most beautiful and interesting places. These exciting day trips are led by experienced museum naturalists and are designed for students, adults, families and children over the age of ten. The museum provides the transportation and equipment.
Dr. Jeff Gray firstname.lastname@example.org
The University Of Alabama Department Of Computer Science (within the College of Engineering) will host one week of Computer Science camp for high school students. Students are taught multiple topics of Computer Science while learning to program a computer in several exciting contexts using the Java programming language. The camp is taught by UA Computer Science Faculty in a manner that encourages self-exploration across multiple projects. Both dorm and commuter options are available.
RollTide.com or 205-348-3600
June – July
The University of Alabama offers camps for 16 varsity sports:
Dr. Jeri Zemke email@example.com
Date: Saturday, July 14th, 2018
The University of Alabama Jr. High and High School Athletic Training Student Aide Camp Staff invites you to learn about athletic training from the athletic trainers who provide medical care to some of the best athletes in the nation! The camp is designed for junior high and high school students who are interested in gaining athletic training knowledge and skills. The program will address current concepts in athletic training and is taught by certified athletic trainers who work at The University of Alabama.
Topics to be covered include: Basic Anatomy, Mechanisms of Sport Injuries, Gait Analysis, Evaluation Techniques, Taping and Wrapping, Concussion Assessment.
The Literacy Center is a research and service center in the College of Education. We offer support services and intensive instruction for students entering grades K-6 in need of additional instruction in reading to maintain or accelerate progress toward grade level goals.
More information is available at literacy.ua.edu.
Allyson McMaken firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-348-8599
Communication and Media Preview (CAMP) provides high school students with the opportunity to discover and create stories. During this five-day, four-night immersive experience at The University of Alabama, students will practice skills and improve knowledge related to the fields of communication and media, develop connections with aspiring communicators, and become familiar with the college experience. Participants will work with cutting-edge technology alongside the nation’s leading experts in areas such as advertising, communication studies, creative media, news media and public relations.
CAMP offers high school students the opportunity to interact with UA faculty, staff, alumni and current students while learning about communication and media industries. Before ever entering college, participants will be exposed to various career options in the field and cultivate their interests around communication and media while engaging in a hands-on, team-centered learning environment. Participants will produce original work and gain a deeper understanding of how communication and media impacts our communities.
Dr. Jane Weigel email@example.com or 205-348-6741
The CMS is an outreach program of the School of Music (Moody Music Building) at The University of Alabama. Designed to enrich the quality of life through exposure and study of the arts, students of all ages and abilities are invited to participate. Lessons for all ages and abilities, Adult Strings or Brass Ensembles, Kindermusik classes, and camps are available. Chamber music groups (variety of instrumentation) coached professionally. Teachers include UA faculty, area professionals with advanced music degrees, graduate students, and carefully selected undergraduate music students. Disney's The Lion King KIDS is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
Private summer lesson days/times are flexible. Fees vary according to teacher selected and are offered June - July (closed July 4). Morning and afternoon Kindermusik class times available (see times on website). To enroll, visit our office (171 Moody Music Building on the UA Campus) or visit our website.
Marissa Bennett firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-348-4095 (leave voicemail)
Date: May 28th-June 1st, 9a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: Bryant Conference Center (240 Paul W Bryant Dr.)
Tuition: $225 (need-based scholarships available)
The University of Alabama Young Writers Camp, for rising 9-12 graders, fosters creativity and a range of writing and artistic skills in a fun, accepting, interactive environment. Students will be taught and mentored by accomplished writers, and can choose from a range of creative writing classes and workshops. Tuition includes lunch and snacks each day, a T-shirt, and writing materials.
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Heath Nails firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-348-6068
Students enrolled in the camp will be under the leadership and guidance of the artist-faculty members of The University of Alabama School of Music. Joining the UA faculty will be guest faculty members recognized as expert leaders in the field of instrumental music education. Each member of our camp leadership team and faculty will work diligently to ensure that each student receives the highest quality camp experience.
Our camps offer small group sectionals and coaching, specialized courses, and master classes, all this while spending time sharing music with some of the most outstanding musicians and teachers in the country. We also provide our campers with a Crimson Music Camp t-shirt, supervised recreation time each evening, and a fantastic finale concert. Educational and insightful classes and rehearsals during the day, combined with fun-filled evening activities make Crimson Music Camp the place to be!
Lindsey Gordon email@example.com or 205-371-8700
This Forensic Camp exposes middle school and high school aged participants to leaders in the field of Forensic Science and Anthropology as well as the abundant resources the University has to offer. The camp will provide attendants with a spring board to fields of study in Anthropology, Sociology, Human Biology, and Criminal Justice.
Participants will interact with University professors and working professionals through a variety of presentations and hands-on experiences. The program provides an atmosphere that will challenge and stimulate the participants to be career and college ready. Several aspects of Forensic Science will be covered during the course of the camp including: forensic anthropology and odontology, crime scene sketching and analysis, trace evidence and print analysis, and forensic profiling.
Students will leave the program with a better understanding of the world of Forensic Science and how UA Museums and the College of Arts and Sciences can help them on their career path and opportunities for professional success.
Lisa Rasco firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-371-8732
Each identical session of Indian Summer Day Camp is a week long program offered for ages 9 to 13, interested in Native American arts and life-ways. Among other things, kids focus on several different art projects including pottery, dreamcatchers, Native jewelry, gourd crafts, and making their own moccasins. Activities include hiking, gathering wild foods, touring an archaeological laboratory and other UA museums, playing Native games and sampling authentic Native American cuisine. Located at Moundville Archaeological Park, campers from Tuscaloosa can be dropped off from Smith Hall on The University of Alabama campus at 8:30 a.m. and return to Smith Hall at 4:30 p.m. The UA employees will receive a registration form through the intra-campus bulk mail once available or via email by emailing us directly to email@example.com.
The discounts are already applied in pricing and only one discount can be used per session. This includes multiple children discounts totaled from pricing above.
Cynthia Moore firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-348-3116
May 27 - June 27
The Rural Minority Health Scholars Program is a five-week summer program for students who are interested in becoming physicians and returning to rural Alabama to practice. Students will shadow a physician and take one academic course for credit. Program is for current seniors in high school who are from rural Alabama.
May 27 - June 27
The Rural Health Scholars Program is a five week summer program for rising high school seniors from rural counties in Alabama. The program gives students a chance to experience college life. Scholars live on campus, take two college courses for credit, participate in seminars and field trips, and receive information about health careers. The program is for current juniors.
For more information and to apply, go to:http://cchs.ua.edu/rhs.
Gregory L. Singleton email@example.com or 205-348-1447
Ever wonder what makes bridges capable of withstanding 100-mph winds or why a skyscraper doesn't collapse during an earthquake? Perhaps you'll be an engineer someday. Come to The University of Alabama campus to learn what high school courses you will need to excel as an engineer and to discover if engineering is the right career for you. For high school students entering the 11th and 12th grades.
Register on our website site.eng.ua.edu
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Join us for a fun filled week exploring Alabama's wonderful scientific diversity. Learn about fossils, watersheds, fish, reptiles and much more as we discover Alabama in full day camps. Fifth through eighth graders are invited to experience hands-on science in the field alongside real scientists! Spaces are limited, so sign up soon!
Discover art in science and nature during week long half-day camp at the Alabama Museum of Natural History. Third through fifth graders are invited to explore the world around them through a variety of art mediums including sculpture, painting, and photography. Spaces are limited, so sign up soon!
Dr. Jane Newman email@example.com or 205-348-1444
June 11 - 29
Summer Enrichment Workshop (SEW) is a summer program for gifted students who have completed grades K - 8. (Students who are not officially identified as gifted can apply with a letter of support from present teacher/principal.) Students are placed in sessions on a first-come, first-served basis. SEW 2018 will be held at Matthews Elementary.
Meredith Cummings firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-348-2772
June 8 – June 10
The Alabama Scholastic Press Association at The University of Alabama invites middle and high school students (grades 6-12) to attend its summer journalism camp, The Long Weekend, on campus June 8-10, 2018. Students can attend with or without their media staffs and advisers. The cost for the weekend is $150, which includes room and board, tuition and all meals.
ASPA Director Meredith Cummings said the UA journalism department is proud to carry on summer programs, a vital part of ASPA, which is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year. The camp is designed to teach creative and efficient ways to communicate through scholastic newspapers, newsmagazines, yearbooks, literary magazines, broadcast programs and digital media. It allows students to enjoy a taste of college life and invigorate their interest in scholastic media.
The Long Weekend will feature day and evening classes to help participants gain the tools to produce prize-winning results next school year. When festivities and classes wrap up with a showcase by campers, students will have a great start on the upcoming year and will leave with a solid plan for their school newspaper, yearbook, broadcast program, website or literary magazine. If they attend the camp without a staff, they will leave with skills they need to do great journalism in any medium. Home schoolers are welcome.
The deadline for registration is May 26. For more information on this event, regularly check aspa.ua.edu.