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Saturday
9am-3pm

Desert CodeSprouts - Computer Science Workshop for Middle-School Kids (May 11)

Join us on an exciting journey into the world of computing with this unique workshop designed for 8th-grade students! This workshop aims to encourage female participation in computer science by increasing interest and exposure to various topics in the field.

Hey future techies! Want to have a good time with computers and friends? Are you ready to explore the amazing world of computing in a workshop where your ideas come to life? Join us for a fun-filled journey into coding and build awesome memories together!

Desert CodeSprouts is open to all, regardless of race, color, national origin, or sex. We value program participants as unique individuals, and we welcome the variety of experiences they bring to our program. We have a strict non-discrimination policy, and all individuals are able to apply and participate in our program without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, or gender identification.

 

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $20 per student
Registration Deadline: April 27, 2024

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Program workshops June 3 - July 16 (twice a week)

Fleischer Scholars Program

ASU Fleischer Scholars is an immersive pre-college business program for current sophomores and juniors who plan to graduate from an Arizona high school. Students who attend will discover career paths, develop an entrepreneurial mindset, and more.

  • Interact with W. P. Carey School of Business students, faculty, staff, and alumni
  • Ask questions about university admission and financial assistance options
  • Learn to use a mental roadmap and become a master adaptive learner

Campus Location: Online
Cost: 0
Registration Deadline: March 1, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: wpcsumemrprograms@asu.edu 480-965-5187

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Tuesday - Friday
9:30am-3:30pm

Comics and Storyboards - School of Art Summer Camp 2024

Student works on their illustrative comic.Launch yourself into new universes while exploring favorite animations and graphic illustrations! Invent your own stories, characters, and worlds as you create and illustrate your own comics, anime, or manga. Collaborate with peers or develop unique drawings as you learn to storyboard, practice figures and poses, explore color palettes, and more.

Our summer camps welcome students ages 13-18 with a wide range of experience, from beginners to advanced artists. The program is designed to provide students with an art immersion experience: the opportunity to engage in studio practice, to collaborate with peers, and to receive oneon-one feedback from specialized faculty members about their artistic craft. Requisite materials are provided to each student. More information and registration details can be found at our website.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $450
For program inquiries, contact: soaadmin@asu.edu (480) 965-8521

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Monday - Friday
7:30am - 5:30pm

Sun Devil Kids' Camp - Tempe Campus

Adventure and fun await.  Your kids will have the best summer experience at ASU’s Sun Devil Kids’ Camp: a fun-filled, action-packed sports and activity summer camp for children. Join us for all eight or just a one-week session. Your kids will swim every day, engage in safe physical activity, participate in a variety of sports and games focused on fitness, enjoy different and creative theme weeks and make lots of new friends. Sign them up today! 

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $200/week
Registration Deadline: When a session starts or the week is filled.
For program inquiries, contact: japappas@asu.edu 602-496-2210

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Tuesday - Friday
Start Time: 9:00 am; End Time 3:00 pm

LOGIC, LEADERSHIP, & LIFE SKILLS - TEMPE

What is the key to success for teens and young adults? Success isn’t just about doing well in school or getting into a good college. Being successful is about discovering your strengths, mastering your emotions, and adding value wherever you go. A child is only truly successful when they learn to be happy and confident with who they are.

Happiness is the goal for this one-of-a-kind youth summer camp! Hosted at Arizona State University campuses, Leadership Society of Arizona’s 2024 Logic, Leadership, and Life Skills summer program is a day camp where teens complete licensed professional development training. We’ve taken college-level curriculum and turned it into a fun and interactive 4-day course. Students will set new goals, learn proven leadership skills, and get individualized attention from our certified teen life coaches.
 

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $350 (Use code ACCESS for $25 off the total cost)
Registration Deadline: Main Deadline: July 1, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: Team@LeadAZ.org 480-779-8592

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Monday - Friday
7:30am - 5:30pm

Sun Devil Kids' Camp - Polytechnic Campus

Adventure and fun await!  Your kids will have the best summer experience at ASU's Sun Devil Kids' Camp: a fun-filled, action-packed sports and activity summer camp for children.  Join us for all eight or just a one-week session.  Your kids will swim every day, engage in safe physical activity, participate in a variety of sports and games focused on fitness, enjoy different and creative theme weeks and make lots of new friends.  Sign them up today!

Campus Location: Polytechnic
Cost: $200/week
Registration Deadline: Registration ends when a session starts or the week is filled.
For program inquiries, contact: kirvine1@asu.edu 480-727-9821

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Sunday - Thursday

Barrett Summer Scholars - Polytechnic Campus

Barrett Summer Scholars at the ASU Polytechnic campus in Mesa is a week-long residential 2024 summer enrichment program designed for academically talented and motivated students entering 9th grade beginning in Fall 2024.  Participants engage in an honors course and an elective taught by university faculty to prepare them for enrollment and success at Arizona State University and Barrett, the Honors College.

Academically motivated and/or high-achieving students are encouraged to apply.  While there is no minimum GPA required, eligible students should demonstrate a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher (except for students entering 9th grade in Fall 2024).

Campus Location: Polytechnic
Cost: $1000 (Need-based scholarships available)
Registration Deadline: March 22, 2024

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Sunday-Thursday
Residential (staying on campus)

Summer Engineering Experience@ASU

Join other motivated high school juniors and seniors for an exciting introduction to the engineering profession, faculty, students, and the innovative programs offered at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Our residential program allows students to live on campus for the duration of our program and participate in hands-on learning that exposes students to human-centered engineering.

Learn more about academic expectations and university life, and start to think about how you might take advantage of the many opportunities available to our engineering students.

You’ll test your creative problem-solving skills with fun, hands-on team projects. It’s a great way to discover how engineers really work, and how you, as an engineer, can take on some of the greatest challenges facing our society and make a world of difference.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $1200
Registration Deadline: March 8, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: FultonSchools@asu.edu 480-965-2272

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Monday-Friday

Game Camp in Unreal Engine, Middle School

Join us in developing realistic 3D games using the high-end game engine, Unreal Engine 5, from Epic Games. This camp adopts a hands-on approach, allowing each student to utilize a high-spec computer equipped with NVIDIA RTX. The instructor is an ASU professor with over 20 years of experience teaching computer graphics and game development. As an in-person camp, the kids receive prompt assistance and support from ASU student assistants in our gaming program within the School of Computer and Augmented Intelligence.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: 1000
Registration Deadline: June 3, 2024 by 11:45am

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Monday - Friday
9 AM - 5 PM

STEAM Machines™ Maker Camp @ ASU Chandler Innovation Center

In this exciting hands-on day camp for grades 7 – 10, participants will dive into the realms of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) as they explore concepts such as simple machines, electric circuits, programming and computational thinking, music, and storytelling. Participants will also have access to cutting-edge technologies like 3-D printers, laser cutters, and Arduino microcontrollers to elevate their projects. The camp’s project-based approach emphasizes problem solving, brainstorming, rapid prototyping, teamwork, and communication, culminating in the thrilling design and construction of a giant thematic chain-reaction machine! From 9 AM to 5 PM each day at the ASU Chandler Innovation Center in the heart of downtown Chandler, participants will unleash their creativity and build lasting memories in this immersive STEAM adventure.

Campus Location: ASU Chandler Innovation Center
Cost: $125
Registration Deadline: May 27, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: STEAMLabs@asu.edu (480) 727-1405

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Monday - Thursday
9:30am - 3:30pm

Stop Motion Animation - School of Art Summer Camp 2024

A student manipulates items for their stop motion animation video

Make a short, animated music video with stop-motion animation! Stop-motion animation is a highly detailed animation process that uses up to 24 photos per second to create seamless motion. Participants will work collaboratively as they choose the music, brainstorm concepts, and design storyboards. They will animate, shoot, and edit videos using various materials such as clay, construction paper, small objects, and industry-grade technology available at the School of Art.

Our summer camps welcome students ages 13-18 with a wide range of experience, from beginners to advanced artists. The program is designed to provide students with an art immersion experience: the opportunity to engage in studio practice, to collaborate with peers, and to receive one-on-one feedback from specialized faculty members about their artistic craft. Requisite materials are provided to each student. More information and registration details can be found at our website

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $450

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Monday-Friday
9:00 am- 12:00 pm

YAWP Young Adult Writing Program Summer Camp

Join us for a summer of fun, creativity, and writing during the annual YAWP Summer Camp! Session A runs June 3rd-June 14th, and Session B runs from June 17th-28th. Camps will meet daily, Monday- Friday, from 9:00 am- noon. Choose from camps for grades 4-5, 6-8, or 9-12. Camps will cover cover a variety of topics including nature writing, empowering youth to write for change, and writing that perfect college essay. Included in the cost of camp is the book that the campers will use for creative inspiration. Visit english.asu.edu/yawp for the full details on camp offerings. 

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Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $325
Registration Deadline: May 27th, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: yawp@asu.edu 602-543-4653

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Monday - Thursday
Start Time: 9:00 am; End Time 3:00 pm

LOGIC, LEADERSHIP, & LIFE SKILLS - POLYTECHNIC

What is the key to success for teens and young adults? Success isn’t just about doing well in school or getting into a good college. Being successful is about discovering your strengths, mastering your emotions, and adding value wherever you go. A child is only truly successful when they learn to be happy and confident with who they are.

Happiness is the goal for this one-of-a-kind youth summer camp! Hosted at Arizona State University campuses, Leadership Society of Arizona’s 2024 Logic, Leadership, and Life Skills summer program is a day camp where teens complete licensed professional development training. We’ve taken college-level curriculum and turned it into a fun and interactive 4-day course. Students will set new goals, learn proven leadership skills, and get individualized attention from our certified teen life coaches.
 

Campus Location: Polytechnic
Cost: $350 (Use code ACCESS for $25 off the total cost)
For program inquiries, contact: Team@LeadAZ.org 480-779-8592

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Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4pm

APACE (Asian Pacific Advocacy, Culture and Education) Academy

APACE (Asian Pacific Advocacy, Culture and Education) Academy is a 5-day summer program at ASU with a focus on Asian Pacific American history, culture, contemporary topics, cultural competency, public-speaking, and civic engagement.

APACE Academy students engage in activities which help them find connections between their cultural identity, history, and their own professional development. APACE is a space for high school students to make new connections with similarly aged peers, professionals, ASU faculty and students, and community organizations and mentors.

This year, APACE Academy is open to 30 students from Asian and Pacific Islander communities entering grades 9-12 in fall 2024. The program will be held on ASU’s Tempe campus from Monday through Friday, June 3 – June 7, 2024.

Campus Location: Tempe
Registration Deadline: May 15, 2024

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Sunday-Friday
Residential (staying on campus)

National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) – (overnight)

Are you an Arizona high school student interested in learning more about engineers and how they impact our world and society?

The National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) will engage you in projects and field trips that demonstrate how engineers plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona.

As an NSTI participant, you will live on campus for one week while interacting with ASU engineering faculty and students, engaging in transportation-related field trips, and completing a project related to maintaining safe, sustainable, and efficient transit.

This program is free and is designed for highly accomplished and motivated students. This program is funded in partnership with the U.S. Federal Highway Administration and the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $0
Registration Deadline: April 15, 2024, by 11:59pm AZ time
For program inquiries, contact: FultonSchools@asu.edu 480-965-2272

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Sunday - Thursday

Barrett Summer Scholars - Downtown Campus

Barrett Summer Scholars at the ASU Downtown campus in Phoenix is a week-long residential 2024 summer enrichment program designed for academically talented and motivated students entering 10th grade beginning in Fall 2024.  Participants engage in an honors course and an elective taught by university faculty to prepare them for enrollment and success at Arizona State University and Barrett, the Honors College.

Academically motivated and/or high-achieving students are encouraged to apply.  While there is no minimum GPA required, eligible students should demonstrate a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher.

Campus Location: Downtown
Cost: $1000 (Need-based scholarships available)
Registration Deadline: March 22, 2024

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Monday - Thursday
Start Time: 9:00 am; End Time 3:00 pm

LOGIC, LEADERSHIP, & LIFE SKILLS - TEMPE

What is the key to success for teens and young adults? Success isn’t just about doing well in school or getting into a good college. Being successful is about discovering your strengths, mastering your emotions, and adding value wherever you go. A child is only truly successful when they learn to be happy and confident with who they are.

Happiness is the goal for this one-of-a-kind youth summer camp! Hosted at Arizona State University campuses, Leadership Society of Arizona’s 2024 Logic, Leadership, and Life Skills summer program is a day camp where teens complete licensed professional development training. We’ve taken college-level curriculum and turned it into a fun and interactive 4-day course. Students will set new goals, learn proven leadership skills, and get individualized attention from our certified teen life coaches.
 

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $350 (Use code ACCESS for $25 off the total cost)
For program inquiries, contact: Team@LeadAZ.org 480-779-8592

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Monday - Friday
9 AM - 5 PM

STEAMpunk Machines in Motion Camp @ ASU Polytechnic

Board your airships and jettison the ballast! Join in the fight to save a dystopian realm and create beautiful and imaginative kinetic sculptures that tell your hero’s tale. Immerse yourself in a world of gears, gadgets, and gizmos as you explore the exciting world of steampunk. In this immersive week-long camp, participants in grades 8 - 12 will be introduced to the engineering design process while they learn and use basic science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) concepts to construct their own steampunk-themed automata. With expert instructors on hand to guide you every step of the way, you'll experience hands-on learning and problem-solving like never before. Instructional content will focus on mechanical movement design, electric circuits, genre specific aesthetics, retro-futuristic storytelling, programming, and computational thinking. The project-based approach will emphasize problem identification, brainstorming, problem solving, rapid prototyping, teamwork, and communication. The camp will culminate with an exposition of finished automata projects that student engineers can take home with them! Don't miss this unforgettable opportunity to spark your imagination and unleash your inner inventor! This camp runs from 9 AM - 5 PM each day. Enroll now and get ready to power up your summer!

Campus Location: Polytechnic
Cost: $125
Registration Deadline: June 3, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: STEAMLabs@asu.edu 4807271405

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Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Camp Broadway

Camp Broadway® Mainstage is designed for theater-loving kids, ages 10-17, to develop their confidence, character and presentation skills through ensemble performance. The five-day camp is open to all children, regardless of previous performing experience. The Camp Broadway team is comprised of distinguished actors, writers and designers directly from New York. Campers learn acting, scene study, improvisation, music theory, singing and dancing, while building self-esteem, teamwork skills, and creative potential. Campers will also watch the Broadway show PETER PAN. The week culminates in a Family Finale performance. 

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $700 ($595 ASU-Affiliated)
For program inquiries, contact: desiree.ong@asu.edu 480-965-3940

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Monday - Friday
9:30am - 3:30pm

The Art of Woodworking - School of Art Summer Camp 2024

A student works on a woodworking project with the help of an instructorWork with wood as you create tools, toys, and games! In this introductory woodworking camp, you will learn the fundamentals of carving and joinery within the School of Art’s dedicated Woods Studio. Each participant will learn to use the bandsaw and various hand tools to design and create sculptural objects.

Our summer camps welcome students ages 13-18 with a wide range of experience, from beginners to advanced artists. The program is designed to provide students with an art immersion experience: the opportunity to engage in studio practice, to collaborate with peers, and to receive one-on-one feedback from specialized faculty members about their artistic craft. Requisite materials are provided to each student. More information and registration details can be found at our website.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $550
For program inquiries, contact: soaadmin@asu.edu 480-965-8521

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Monday, June 10th - Friday June 14th
8:30 AM - 4 PM

The Dialectic: Philosophy Summer Camp

The Dialectic: Philosophy Summer Camp is an intellectual community formed of high school students, philosophy PhD students, and professors. This year we will explore questions about the nature of the self, such as:

  • What does the self consist of? Who, or what are you? 
  • Are you separate from others? Are you unique?
  • Do you make your own decisions? 
  • What does it mean to be a self among other selves? 
  • What benefits or harms come from focusing on the self? 
  • Are people inherently good or bad? 
  • Can the self survive change? Death?

The program is a day camp (no overnight option), and the students will spend the week investigating these issues, making friends, and exploring ASU's campus and dining halls.  More information can be found on our website: https://shprs.asu.edu/PHIsummercamp 

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $375, Scholarships Available
Registration Deadline: Registration Deadline: May 6th, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: AngelaBarnes@asu.edu 9377894547

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Monday - Friday
9:30am - 4:00pm

Digital Culture Summer Institute

The School of Arts, Media and Engineering annually hosts a summer program for students ages 12 to 18, featuring 5-day, project-focused workshops. Students work directly with faculty and graduate students who are experts in their field. Open to students of all levels of experience, we offer a variety of interdisciplinary classes infused with ideas and practices from the arts, music, digital media, computer science, technology and engineering. Future makers, artists, designers, engineers, and entrepreneurs will learn skills valuable for the technology-infused, fast-paced 21st century. We are excited to work with you this summer - come spark your creativity integrating arts, science and engineering! This year's program will feature two independent weeks of in-person classes June 10 - June 21, 2024. All classes are half-day. If students enroll for a morning and afternoon session, we will provide a supervised lunch area from 12pm-1pm.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $175-$240 per class
Registration Deadline: May 31, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: loren.olson@asu.edu 480-965-9839

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Tuesday-Sunday
Approx. 8:00am-4:00pm

ASU Underwater Robotics Camp

Interested in learning how the field of engineering can be a force for good in the world? Team up with fellow high school students for an exciting introduction to the world of robotics. During the camp, students will compete in the National Underwater Robotics Competition and work on a team to build a robot to conduct a simulated mission to save scientists trapped in an underwater cave. Learn concepts and skills like buoyancy, electrical wiring, and autonomy in a fun and hands-on way and meet Desert WAVE, currently the top ranked underwater robotics team in the country! No experience is necessary!

Campus Location: Polytechnic
Cost: $600
Registration Deadline: March 29, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: FultonSchools@asu.edu 480-965-2272

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Sunday - Thursday

César E. Chávez Leadership Institute Summer Program

The César E. Chávez Leadership Institute is a residential summer program followed by an academic calendar of events for Arizona high school students entering their junior and senior year. CCLI seeks to improve access to higher education by providing a variety of enriching experiences emphasizing servant leadership development and civic engagement while advocating for the completion of high school, attending college and educational opportunities at Arizona State University. CCLI emphasizes uplifting and empowering Hispanic/Latinx voices. 

Topics for camp include but are not limited to: individuality and personal identity, servant leadership, college readiness, financial literacy, service, and leadership development

 

¿Prefieres Español? Por favor, contacta a Catalina Laguna-Ramirez por correo electrónico; clagunar@asu.edu para más información.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $50
Registration Deadline: April 1, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: victorya.esperanza@asu.edu (602)496-0185

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Monday-Thursday
8:00am-4:00pm

Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) Bootcamp

The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS, is a national award-winning social entrepreneurship program. Students design, build, and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools, and other not-for-profit organizations. This year Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is introducing a summer bootcamp to allow high school students to get a jump start on changing the world. During this program, students will be introduced to engineering design, rapid prototyping (laser cutting, CAD, arduino, 3D printing), and prototype testing through a hands-on, application-based summer camp. Members from the community will introduce a problem encountered by their non-profit, and students will spend the week designing, building, and testing a possible solution to meet their user needs. EPICS projects range from solar panel battery systems, engagement toys for animals at the Phoenix Zoo, 3D printed prosthetics, and tools for training service dogs.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $600
Registration Deadline: March 8, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: FultonSchools@asu.edu 480-965-2272

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Monday-Friday
9:00am-4:00pm

Game Camp in Unreal Engine, High School

Join us in developing realistic 3D games using the high-end game engine, Unreal Engine 5, from Epic Games. This camp adopts a hands-on approach, allowing each student to utilize a high-spec computer equipped with NVIDIA RTX. The instructor is an ASU professor with over 20 years of experience teaching computer graphics and game development. As an in-person camp, the kids receive prompt assistance and support from ASU student assistants in our gaming program within the School of Computer and Augmented Intelligence.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: 1000
Registration Deadline: May 20, 2024 by 11:45 PM

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Monday-Friday
8:15am-4:45pm

SCAI Robotics Camp, Middle School

ASU’s Robotics Camp is an innovative summer program designed for middle school and high school students interested in science and engineering. Expert instructors use component-based robot construction and programming to teach the latest engineering concepts and technologies. Students will work in teams to design, build, and program a robot. By the end of the camp, groups will test their metal in a robotics challenge.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: 850
Registration Deadline: June 3, 2024, by 11:45 PM

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Monday - Thursday
9:30am - 3:30pm

Painting Portraits - School of Art Summer Camp 2024

A student paints the portrait of a modelPortrait painting has deep roots in history and still has a strong presence in the art world today. In this camp, you’ll learn how to work with oil paints, mix skin tones, tackle proportion, and create the illusion of light and form. In addition, you’ll practice mastering 3-D volume, structure, and anatomy — all leading up to painting from real life!

Our summer camps welcome students ages 13-18 with a wide range of experience, from beginners to advanced artists. The program is designed to provide students with an art immersion experience: the opportunity to engage in studio practice, to collaborate with peers, and to receive one-on-one feedback from specialized faculty members about their artistic craft. Requisite materials are provided to each student. More information and registration details can be found at our website.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $450
For program inquiries, contact: soaadmin@asu.edu 480-965-8521

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Tuesday - Friday
Start Time: 9:00 am; End Time 3:00 pm

LOGIC, LEADERSHIP, & LIFE SKILLS - WEST VALLEY

What is the key to success for teens and young adults? Success isn’t just about doing well in school or getting into a good college. Being successful is about discovering your strengths, mastering your emotions, and adding value wherever you go. A child is only truly successful when they learn to be happy and confident with who they are.

Happiness is the goal for this one-of-a-kind youth summer camp! Hosted at Arizona State University campuses, Leadership Society of Arizona’s 2024 Logic, Leadership, and Life Skills summer program is a day camp where teens complete licensed professional development training. We’ve taken college-level curriculum and turned it into a fun and interactive 4-day course. Students will set new goals, learn proven leadership skills, and get individualized attention from our certified teen life coaches.
 

Campus Location: West
Cost: $350 (Use code ACCESS for $25 off the total cost)
For program inquiries, contact: Team@LeadAZ.org 480-779-8592

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Camp Cronkite 2024

Camp Cronkite is where high school students from across the country come to grow their media skills—and get a taste of college life! Campers leave with real media skills and work to bolster (or kickstart!) their professional portfolios. Students are immersed in a variety of topics and skills within journalism and mass communication including digital journalism, broadcast journalism, sports journalism, digital marketing and so much more. At Camp Cronkite, students learn new approaches and get hands-on experience across a variety of media techniques. With tons of opportunities to grow one’s knowledge and skills, you will not want to miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Campus Location: Downtown
Cost: $699 per camper (need-based scholarships available)
Registration Deadline: April 1, 2024

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Sunday - Thursday

RISE Leadership Institute Summer Program

RISE Summer Leadership Institute is a residential college readiness program for Black and African American students entering 9th-12th grade in Fall 2024. It emphasizes college readiness, leadership development, and community engagement through workshops led by Black and African American industry leaders and educators. The program aims to enhance college attainment rates, ultimately leading to graduation and entry into various post-secondary education paths. 

Topic(s) for the camp include but are not limited to: College Readiness, Choosing A Major, Financial Aid, Work Study, Resume, Black Excellence, Community Service, Personal Growth and Self Care, Mental Health, etc."

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: 50
Registration Deadline: April 5, 2024
For program inquiries, contact: hmbuyeng@asu.edu 6024536610

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Sunday - Thursday

Barrett Summer Scholars - Tempe Campus

Barrett Summer Scholars at the ASU Tempe campus is a week-long residential 2024 summer enrichment program designed for academically talented and motivated students entering 12th grade beginning in Fall 2024.  Participants engage in an honors course and an elective taught by university faculty to prepare them for enrollment and success at Arizona State University and Barrett, the Honors College.

Academically motivated and/or high-achieving students are encouraged to apply.  While there is no minimum GPA required, eligible students should demonstrate a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $1000 (Need-based scholarships available)
Registration Deadline: March 22, 2024

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Sunday - Friday
9 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily with housing available.

ASU Popular Music Summer Music Camp

Discover the art of performance, songwriting, production, engineering and music entrepreneurship at ASU’s Popular Music Program summer camp.

Guided by our world-class faculty and staff, students will have the opportunity to explore their various interests, develop their musicianship, and prepare for studying music at the college level.

Taking place in our state-of-the-art facility in the cultural hub of Downtown Phoenix at Fusion on First, participants will have hands-on experiences in our studio suites, performance, and rehearsal spaces, writing rooms, and digital media labs, all outfitted with the latest technology.

During the day, write songs, compose and produce music on your instrument and/or computer, engineer and perform in the studio, collaborate with other students, perform on stage, and get real-world advice from veteran songwriters, industry professionals, and up-and-coming artists.

At night, have a college experience by living in a dorm, going to programmed events, and hanging with all the other students.

Campus Location: Downtown
Cost: 1100-1600
Registration Deadline: May 17, 2024

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Monday - Thursday
9:30am - 3:30pm

Clay Camp - School of Art Summer Camp 2024

A student making a clay bowl on a pottery wheelBring an artistic vision to life through the exploration of ceramic hand building, throwing, and surface design! In this camp, you’ll create imaginative ceramic forms and apply various design methods using underglaze, painting, and carving techniques. In addition, you’ll experiment with the pottery wheel to shape your own vases, dishware, and more. After learning about the full pottery process, you’ll select pieces to be fired, which will be available for pick up after the camp's conclusion.

Our summer camps welcome students ages 13-18 with a wide range of experience, from beginners to advanced artists. The program is designed to provide students with an art immersion experience: the opportunity to engage in studio practice, to collaborate with peers, and to receive one-on-one feedback from specialized faculty members about their artistic craft. Requisite materials are provided to each student. More information and registration details can be found at our website.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $450
For program inquiries, contact: soaadmin@asu.edu 480-965-8521

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Monday - Thursday
9:30am-3:30pm

Figures in Motion - School of Art Summer Camps 2024

A series of charcoal drawings of a person jumping onto a platform

Ever wondered how the magic of animated videos was born? This camp will demystify the traditional processes of hand-drawn sequential animation, allowing students to bring action to life from sketch to screen. While learning about the historical roots of hand-drawn sequential animation, students will practice drawing items and models in motion, refine the intricate logistics of image sequencing, and transform a series of drawings into a mesmerizing animated video.

Our summer camps welcome students ages 13-18 with a wide range of experience, from beginners to advanced artists. The program is designed to provide students with an art immersion experience: the opportunity to engage in studio practice, to collaborate with peers, and to receive oneon-one feedback from specialized faculty members about their artistic craft. Requisite materials are provided to each student. More information and registration details can be found at our website.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $450
For program inquiries, contact: soaadmin@asu.edu 480-965-8521

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Monday - Friday

ASU FIDM Fashion Design Summer Camp (Los Angeles)

You are invited to attend the ASU FIDM Fashion Design Summer Camp in Los Angeles. Guided by ASU FIDM faculty Daniel Toney and Marina Leight and by visiting industry experts in the heart of the West Coast fashion industry, you'll explore illustration, sewing, patternmaking, trend forecasting and more! Forge new friendships, learn new skills, ignite your passion for style and make unforgettable memories at the ASU FIDM Fashion Design Camp.

Cost: $1,000 before May 15th; $1200 after

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Monday - Thursday
Start Time: 9:00 am; End Time 3:00 pm

LOGIC, LEADERSHIP, & LIFE SKILLS - TEMPE

What is the key to success for teens and young adults? Success isn’t just about doing well in school or getting into a good college. Being successful is about discovering your strengths, mastering your emotions, and adding value wherever you go. A child is only truly successful when they learn to be happy and confident with who they are.

Happiness is the goal for this one-of-a-kind youth summer camp! Hosted at Arizona State University campuses, Leadership Society of Arizona’s 2024 Logic, Leadership, and Life Skills summer program is a day camp where teens complete licensed professional development training. We’ve taken college-level curriculum and turned it into a fun and interactive 4-day course. Students will set new goals, learn proven leadership skills, and get individualized attention from our certified teen life coaches.
 

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $350 (Use code ACCESS for $25 off the total cost)
For program inquiries, contact: Team@LeadAZ.org 480-779-8592

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Wednesday - Friday

Sidney Poitier New American Film Summer Camp (Los Angeles)

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You are invited to attend The Sidney Poitier New American Film School LA Summer Film Camp at the ASU California Center. Guided by Poitier Film School faculty in the heart of the entertainment industry, high school students will be introduced to the fundamentals of filmmaking from script to screen. Students will learn the basics of storytelling and scriptwriting, hands-on camera techniques, producing, directing, editing and post-production, culminating in screening of a few select films made by the campers. Learn exciting new skills, make new friends and make unforgettable memories at The Poitier Film School LA Summer Film Camp.

Cost: $500

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Monday-Friday
8:15am-4:45pm

SCAI Robotics Camp, High School

ASU’s Robotics Camp is an innovative summer program designed for middle school and high school students interested in science and engineering. Expert instructors use component-based robot construction and programming to teach the latest engineering concepts and technologies. Students will work in teams to design, build, and program a robot. By the end of the camp, groups will test their metal in a robotics challenge.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: 850
Registration Deadline: June 17, 2024, by 11:45pm

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Monday - Thursday
9:30am - 3:30pm

Graphic Design Through the Art of Screenprinting - School of Art Summer Camp 2024

A backpack with a student-made screen-printed dinosaur design on itAdd some flair to your backpack or t-shirts, print your own logos on a tote bag, or create your own prints to hang up at home! In this screenprinting camp, you'll practice the printing and layering processes with transparencies and stencils as you incorporate techniques of drawing, tracing, detailed cutting, composition, and found object exposure. Water-based inks in a variety of colors will be mixed for printing. Students will take home their creations, as well as their own School of Art tote bag.

Our summer camps welcome students ages 13-18 with a wide range of experience, from beginners to advanced artists. The program is designed to provide students with an art immersion experience: the opportunity to engage in studio practice, to collaborate with peers, and to receive one-on-one feedback from specialized faculty members about their artistic craft. Requisite materials are provided to each student. More information and registration details can be found at our website.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $450
For program inquiries, contact: soaadmin@asu.edu 480-965-8521

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Sunday - Thursday

Barrett Summer Scholars - West Valley Campus

Barrett Summer Scholars at the ASU West Valley campus in Glendale is a week-long residential 2024 summer enrichment program designed for academically talented and motivated students entering 11th grade beginning in Fall 2024.  Participants engage in an honors course and an elective taught by university faculty to prepare them for enrollment and success at Arizona State University and Barrett, the Honors College.

Academically motivated and/or high-achieving students are encouraged to apply.  While there is no minimum GPA required, eligible students should demonstrate a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher.

Campus Location: West
Cost: $1000 (Need-based scholarships available)
Registration Deadline: March 22, 2024

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Monday - Thursday
9:30am - 3:30pm

Art Under the Microscope - School of Art Summer Camp 2024

A student works on an illustration with reference from microscope-observed plant biology Interested in art, nature, and science? Grab your watercolors and lab coat as we examine specimens at the Life Sciences Collections at ASU. Learn about and take a closer look at animals, botanicals, shells, insects, and more under the microscope! As we explore, you’ll create watercolor paintings and drawings based on your visual research. Make it abstract or paint exactly what you see! This is your time to be creative and investigate a magical microscopic world you never knew existed. Please note that Art Under the Microscope will be held at ASU’s Natural History Collections, located at 734 W. Alameda Drive, Tempe AZ 85282; this is a short five-minute drive from ASU’s Tempe Campus.

Our summer camps welcome students ages 13-18 with a wide range of experience, from beginners to advanced artists. The program is designed to provide students with an art immersion experience: the opportunity to engage in studio practice, to collaborate with peers, and to receive one-on-one feedback from specialized faculty members about their artistic craft. Requisite materials are provided to each student. More information and registration details can be found at our website.

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $450
For program inquiries, contact: soaadmin@asu.edu 480-965-8521

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Monday - Thursday
Start Time: 9:00 am; End Time 3:00 pm

LOGIC, LEADERSHIP, & LIFE SKILLS - TEMPE

What is the key to success for teens and young adults? Success isn’t just about doing well in school or getting into a good college. Being successful is about discovering your strengths, mastering your emotions, and adding value wherever you go. A child is only truly successful when they learn to be happy and confident with who they are.

Happiness is the goal for this one-of-a-kind youth summer camp! Hosted at Arizona State University campuses, Leadership Society of Arizona’s 2024 Logic, Leadership, and Life Skills summer program is a day camp where teens complete licensed professional development training. We’ve taken college-level curriculum and turned it into a fun and interactive 4-day course. Students will set new goals, learn proven leadership skills, and get individualized attention from our certified teen life coaches.
 

Campus Location: Tempe
Cost: $350 (Use code ACCESS for $25 off the total cost)
For program inquiries, contact: Team@LeadAZ.org 480-779-8592

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Monday - Thursday
Start Time: 9:00 am; End Time 3:00 pm

LOGIC, LEADERSHIP, & LIFE SKILLS - WEST VALLEY

What is the key to success for teens and young adults? Success isn’t just about doing well in school or getting into a good college. Being successful is about discovering your strengths, mastering your emotions, and adding value wherever you go. A child is only truly successful when they learn to be happy and confident with who they are.

Happiness is the goal for this one-of-a-kind youth summer camp! Hosted at Arizona State University campuses, Leadership Society of Arizona’s 2024 Logic, Leadership, and Life Skills summer program is a day camp where teens complete licensed professional development training. We’ve taken college-level curriculum and turned it into a fun and interactive 4-day course. Students will set new goals, learn proven leadership skills, and get individualized attention from our certified teen life coaches.
 

Campus Location: West
Cost: $350 (Use code ACCESS for $25 off the total cost)
For program inquiries, contact: Team@LeadAZ.org 480-779-8592