Each summer, UNC Greensboro welcomes youth with a variety of summer camps, presenting unique and fun opportunities for students to engage in activities across the University. Summer camps and workshops are available to the public. Explore each camp, clinic, or service to find the most up-to-date information about the individual summer learning opportunities.

Summer 2024

UNCG CHANCE is a 4-day summer program for Latinx/Hispanic rising high school juniors and seniors. During their time on campus, students will participate in college preparation and leadership skills development. These experiences include:

  • Attending class seminars (across several disciplines)
  • Admissions and Financial Aid
  • Leadership development
  • Team building activities
  • Campus organizations
  • Cultural experiences
  • Sports activities
  • Civic responsibility

Participants engage with university professors, students, and staff to develop a peer/professional network forging positive, healthy mentorship connections focused on academic success and personal growth. This program encourages Latinx students to attend college by increasing their awareness of higher education and showing that it is well within their reach. CHANCE 2024 is July 17th- July 20th.

Please apply here: Registration is full for this year.

Application can close at any time once spots are full. 

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Contact: CHANCE Director, Augusto Peña aepenaes@uncg.edu

Camper Recruitment: Margarita Kerkado m_kerkad@uncg.edu

UNC Greensboro’s DREAM Camp is a day camp that helps youth ages 8 – 18 develop social, communication, and friendship development skills. The camp is open to (but not limited to) children and adolescents with high-functioning autism.

DREAM Camp is staffed by licensed Psychologists and supervised clinical psychology graduate student trainees within UNCG’s Psychology Clinic. Learn more about DREAM camp.

Camp dates for 2024:

  • Week 1: June 17, 2024
  • Week 2: July 8., 2024

The Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) is where innovation and interdisciplinary research converge to tackle pressing global challenges. JSNN ExPlorers Summer Camp is a free one-week program for high school students in grades 10-12 with a passion for STEM. With an emphasis on Phosphorus sustainability, students will connect STEM concepts to real-world experiences in the classroom. Camper activities include gaining laboratory experience, developing 3D printing skills, visiting a local farm, and attending college tours.

The dates for JSNN ExPlorers Summer Camp are July 8 – July 12 from 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  

Registration at https://jsnn.ncat.uncg.edu/steps-explorers/

The School of Art at UNCG is excited to announce the 11th year of the Summer Arts and Design Intensive program. This summer, we will be offering a one-week-long residential art program that will accept up to 100 young artists. The studio program will cover various art forms including drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, graphic design, and animation. The student artists will be mentored by the artist-faculty of the School of Art. Furthermore, the SADI staff will include experienced art educators, professional artists, and UNCG’s art education preservice teachers, all of whom will collaborate to provide top-notch guidance to each student and help them embark on a distinctive creative journey. As a longstanding tradition, SADI concludes with a student art exhibition at the Gatewood Gallery in the School of Art building.

Currently accepting grades 8 through 12 

To learn more details and apply, visit the SADI website. For more information contact: uncgsummerartcamp@gmail.com, e_lim@uncg.edu

Camp date: Sunday, July 14 – Friday, July 19

Be part of a team and improve your athletic skills with UNCG’s Summer Sport Camps, offering training in soccer, volleyball, basketball, and others for participants of all ages. Each sports camp is run independently by the coaching staff. Click to view the available athletic camps.

Technovation for Good, made possible by Alex Lee, Inc. is a day and residential program for rising high school sophomores – seniors. The program will be administered by the Information Systems and Supply Chain Management department in the Bryan School of Business and Economics. The program provides students with hands-on experience in programming, cybersecurity, data analytics, mobile app development, sustainability, analytics, and more. Promoting inclusiveness and education equity, students can expect to hear from local professionals, meet other students, and attend workshops to enhance their information technology and business skills.

The dates for Technovation for Good are June 22 – July 2. 

Registration at https://tech4good.uncg.edu/

UNCG offers an Esports & Gaming Summer Camp for 9-14 year-olds. The four one-week camps are being offered on campus in computer labs and the brand new Esports arena, a new state-of-the-art 3,300 square feet esports facility.  The arena includes more than 36 PCs and at least four gaming consoles, four large video walls, and eight large-screen video panels to facilitate shared experiences with areas for collaboration and academic instruction.

Weekly sessions of various topics June 17- August 2, 2024

Click for information about the camp and registration.

UNCG’s Summer Music Camp, the largest university music camp in America, is back for 2024. This summer, two one-week camps are being offered, serving nearly 2,000 musicians, with programs in band, mixed chorus, orchestra, and piano. Ensemble performance is emphasized, but a private lesson in instrument or voice is available to all campers as well. Each camp will conclude on Friday with a concert for parents, relatives, friends, and locals. To learn more and apply, visit the camp website. For more information contact: 336-334-5299, smcamp@uncg.edu.

Camp Dates

  • Week 1: July 7-12, 2024
  • Week 2: July 14-19, 2024

Please check with each camp to ensure the dates are correct. Some camp info may be in the process of being updated.

View some of the fun from past UNCG Summer Camps

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