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UTSA summer camps offer variety of educational experiences for young students

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(July 2, 2010)--While many employees look forward to taking some time off this summer to travel or enjoy time with the family, others are busy hosting the numerous summer camps and activities that take place annually at the UTSA Main Campus, Downtown Campus and Institute of Texan Cultures.

This summer, there is a variety of camps at all three UTSA campuses for students of all ages involving academics, athletics, culture and music. While many camps are filled to capacity, several are still open and welcoming campers for the remainder of the summer.

Parents in search of a camp or summer activity for their children, can download the documents below to see what UTSA has to offer in July and August. Call or e-mail the contacts listed for information on cost and verification of openings.

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