2013 Summer Camps at UT Dallas
There’s fun for athletes, mathletes and future Nobel Prize winners at UT Dallas this summer.
Some people enroll for fun. Others are looking for a challenge, pursuing a passion or learning new skills that improve their lives.
Join us on the UT Dallas campus to shoot hoops, play some chess or to put some fun into the equation.
Opportunities for all ages. If you're a student who enjoys an academic challenge, you'll find friends on the UT Dallas campus. If it's the physics behind a basketball's trip to the hoop that intrigues you, indulge your curiosity and sharpen your skills in math, science and physics at one of our challenging summer programs.
Is your teen a budding innovator? The Innovation Opportunity Camp sponsored by The Institute for Innovation & Entrepreneurship has been designed for incoming high school juniors, seniors and 2013 graduates.
Chess camps for children and adults. Learn basic, intermediate and advanced chess skills from UT Dallas' national collegiate chess champions. Is your child fascinated by iPhones? We've got a camp for that! Maybe your child is intrigued by forensic science. Our CSI: Dallas camp shows them the "how to" behind the "whodunit."
Choose one or several of our summer athletic programs and sharpen your skills in tennis, basketball, volleyball, softball and soccer on the UT Dallas campus. Programs for boys and girls are for children ages 5 to 18. Classes are taught by UT Dallas' athletic staff at the University's top-notch athletic facilities
UT Dallas' nationally recognized Callier Center conducts individualized camps for children with communication disorders. Children with stuttering, articulation and resonance, social skills and cochlear implant challenges receive personalized therapy in a camp environment. Programs serve children ages 3 to 15.
For tweens and teens who seek a more extensive summer camp experience, UT Dallas offers academic and athletic residential camps. Programs are for children ages 12-18.