CANCELLED – Full refunds will be issued.
The UT Dallas Chess Program spreads enthusiasm for the game year-round.
Summer chess camps engage children in intellectual pursuit while building social skills. Many campers return year after year to build their skills and see friends.
Registration begins each winter for the following summer’s camps. Check back often to receive discounts and ensure their spot at the chess boards.
Jim Stallings, Camp Director
Ages and Classes
Classes are for kids 6-14.
Classes are small with a low student-to-teacher ratio. Kids are grouped by ability, age, experience and instructor assessment. UT Dallas Chess Camp will attempt to group friends and relatives upon request.
Choose the session that fits your child’s schedule: Morning sessions run from 9 a.m. – noon and afternoon sessions run from 1 – 4 p.m.
Camp groups include:
- Beginners, who master the basic rules and fundamentals of chess
- Intermediate players, who build on basic chess knowledge with key strategies and ideas
- Advanced players, who sharpen their competitive edge with advanced strategies for tournament play
UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management (JSOM) in Richardson, TX
Dates and Cost
2020 Camp Dates
- June 15 – 19
- June 22 – 26
- July 20 – 24
- July 27 – 31
- Morning Sessions: 9 a.m. – noon
- Afternoon Sessions: 1 – 4 p.m.
- Before April 1st: $235
- Before June 13th: $260
- On or after June 13th: $280
- Morning extended hours are 7:30 – 9:00 a.m.
- Afternoon extended hours are 4 – 5:30 p.m. (Note: An extra $1 per minute will be charged after 5:30 p.m.)
- Parents may pay $75 per week in advance, or pay a daily fee of $20.
Special Discount Rates
- UT Dallas faculty, staff, students and alumni receive a $25 discount.
- Families with two or more campers receive a $25 discount per child.
Only one discount is applicable
A cancellation fee of $120 will be deducted from the tuition refunded if cancellation is made more than three days in advance of the first day of class. No refunds are given if cancellation is made than three days prior to the first day of class, except for medical emergencies.