A range of science and math-focused camps and workshops are available for young people. Many of these programs are traditional weeklong day camp experiences on the UA campus. Some of our premier summer camp programs take advantage of our close proximity to the UA's world-class telescope facilities on Mount Lemmon. All are designed to provide campers a research experience emphasizing hands on activity.
College of Science Summer Camps
Astronomy Camps on Mt Lemmon
Hands-on experience with research-quality telescopes and interaction with leading scientists for teens, adults and educators.
Biotechnology Laboratory for Arizona Students and Teachers (BLAST)
Through hands-on activities, students learn about genomics and gene function, molecular biology, evolution, bioinformatics, and computational biology. A three-week research experience for high school students and teachers.
Blast Off! (Middle School)
This summer camp provides students from historically under-represented ethnic groups or with limited exposure to science in their households with the opportunity to engage in hands-on scientific experiments.
Earth Camp (Grades 7-9)
This two-week thinking camp includes overnight adventures, day trips, live animal presentations, and a Mars habitation simulation at the UA.
Earth Camp (Grades 9-11)
Explore global changes in climate, water and landscapes and the effects on sustainability. This ten-day residential camp includes stays in UA dorms, campouts, and a visit to San Carlos, Mexico to study marine life.
SISTA Game Design Workshop (Grades 6-12)
This week-long workshop on the UA campus will explore different forms of game play using game building software to create and play computer games. Participants will create their own media (sprites/graphics, music, and sound effects) to use in their original games.
Other UA Science and Math Summer Camps
All UA Summer Camps