MAY 2, 2023 — As the school year winds down, UTSA’s summer camp programs are ramping up. Dozens of camp opportunities, many kicking off in June, are available for youth from kindergarten through high school as well as young adults.
UTSA camps cover every interest, from science, engineering and architecture to sports, music and writing. The camps offer participants a place to try something new while having fun and spending quality time with the university's outstanding students, faculty and staff. They also give youth a chance to explore the university setting as a way of creating a college-going culture.
Throughout the summer, UTSA will host half-day and full-day camps at the Main, Downtown and Southwest Campuses. Some will last a few days while others will extend a week or two. Families can register campers by visiting the UTSA Summer Camp website.
SUMMER 2023 CAMPS
Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP)
This academically rigorous, mathematics-based summer enrichment program prepares students for advanced studies in STEM. Students learn about problem-solving systems, STEM career awareness, research and study skills and participate in special events.
This camp runs in two, one-week sessions and teaches rising high school juniors and seniors about the many facets of the criminal justice system. Students will have opportunities to learn the functions of police in society, apply scientific theories to criminal investigations by examining a mock crime scene, meet with FBI agents and more.
Summer Career Academy in Architecture and Interior Design
This two-week, in-person camp introduces high schoolers, college students and adults to the wide variety of careers available and the education used by architects and interior designers. Campers will gain hands-on insight from UTSA's faculty.
Archaeology 101 & 201 Summer Camps
Campers will participate in outdoor and indoor activities while exploring archaeological discoveries, methods, ethics and more. With two different sessions, campers have a chance to engage in a variety of topics. This camp is open to students ages 9-13.
This unique program introduces students with disabilities to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers. Students gain experience in software engineering and data science, working in small groups with adult support.
Monarch Butterfly Ecology Camp
This fun and active camp includes indoor and outdoor activities. Participants will learn how to identify plants and insects, monitor real life caterpillars, learn how to press plants and make their own insect collections.
Hydrology (All About Water) Camp
Campers will discover the unique underground water systems in Bexar County while learning about ground water, water cycles, drinking water and the unique creatures that live in the Edwards Aquifer.
Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design Camps
The College is offering seven engineering summer camps that engage high school students in engineering fields through workshops, faculty lectures, lab tours and week-long competitions.
UTSA Sports and Athletics Camps
Campers will join UTSA coaching staff and Athletics team members as they host a variety of exciting sport-specific camps on the Main Campus. Offerings include baseball, softball, basketball, football, golf, soccer and volleyball.
This UTSA Campus Recreation program brings young athletes ages 12-17 closer to their performance goals through a four-week program that benefits their sprinting, change of direction, body control and jumping skills.
San Antonio Language Academy (SALA)
This camp offers a two-week-long summer language immersion program to intermediate to advanced-level Spanish speakers. It is open to high school juniors and seniors who want to become fluent, build their resumes for college applications and/or have a unique cultural experience.
Summer Art Studios is the most comprehensive and largest summer arts experience for students in San Antonio, offering seven weeks of classes for students ages 5-18.
This camp offers a comprehensive music experience focused on developing the individual musician as well as offering a series of unique and fun opportunities. It is offered to middle school and high school band students from across the country.
Students will be immersed in the exciting world of percussion, developing technique and musicality, improving sight-reading abilities and learning new styles of music. Students will take part in interactive masterclasses, talks, music technology sessions and ensemble experiences, courtesy of UTSA faculty and guest instructors.
The UTSA All-State Choir Camp continues to be a leader in the Texas All-State Choir preparatory process. Outstanding clinicians from prominent Texas high school music programs, along with UTSA’s own superb conductors and faculty, will provide an intensive study of the All-State audition music to high school campers from across the state.
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The San Antonio Military Health and Universities Research Forum (SURF) attracts presenters from around the nation to showcase the work of students, trainees, faculty and staff. The mission of the SURF conference is to “advance research collaborations among academic, military, and industry partners to improve health outcomes and readiness.”TBD
The NHERI Summer Institute is a free event for early-career faculty, NHERI Graduate Student Council, K-12 educators from the San Antonio area, engineers, and researchers to learn more about the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) community.La Villita Room (DBB 1.116,) Durango Building, Main Campus
Connect with peer mentors and fellow first-gen and transfer students, and learn how you can join UTSA's First-Gen programs for the Fall 2023 semester.Mentoring Hub (MS 2.02.02,) Multidisciplinary Studies Building, Main Campus
Building the Dual Language Leader Symposium will provide a safe space for current and aspiring leaders to learn best practices, theories, policies, and systems that support a dual language bilingual education.UTSA Southwest Campus, 300 Augusta St.
Streaming of Spray the Word that will conclude with a discussion with San Antonio's Poet Laureate, Andrea "Vocab" Sanderson.Aula Canaria (BVB 1.328,) Buena Vista Street Building, Downtown Campus
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at our very own street fair - Calle UTSA. We will have activities, performances, food, music, and pinatas to break open! All free to UTSA students, faculty, and staff.Student Union Paseo, Main Campus
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