2018 Summer Camps

 

OCTOBER 8th Boo Day CAMP  - $125  

Registration OPENS SOON! 

(AISD teacher inservice day - student holiday) 

Boo Camp provides a unique opportunity for current 2nd - 6th grade students to explore Halloween science, technology and creativity at the UT Austin campus. This day camp includes glow bowling in the UT Union. 8am-4:30pm  (pre and aftercare board game time optional 7:30am - 5:00pm at no cost)

SPRING BREAK CAMP

More information coming soon! 

Sign up for our 2019 camp mailing list here. Our camps fill fast. This mailing list will get notification a week before camps open.

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2018 CHEMISTRY CAMP  (FULL) 

2018 RESEARCH IN LIFE SCIENCE CAMP (FULL) 

2018 GIRLS LEADERSHIP IN PHYSICS & MATH CAMP  (FULL) 

2018 ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE CAMP (FULL) 

2018 UT PREP 1  (FULL)

2018 UT PREP 2  - Only open to graduates of PREP 1 (FULL)

2018 UT PREP 3  - Only open to graduates of PREP 2  (FULL)

2018 UT PREP 4 - Only open to graduates of PREP 3  (FULL)      

Have any questions? Before sending an e-mail, check out our frequently asked questions hereFor additional questions email summercamps@uteach.utexas.edu


About the Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP) - USA: 

UT PREP is a replication site of the Prefreshman Engineering Program-USA (PREP-USA). PREP-USA, under The UTSA Institute for P-20 Initiatives, is an academically rigorous mathematics-based summer enrichment program conducted at several college and university campuses across the nation. PREP-USA identifies middle and high school students who have an interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and helps prepare those students for success in advanced studies and careers by providing them with a challenging academic program that emphasizes the development of abstract reasoning and problem-solving skills and exposure to careers through career awareness speakers and field trips.

The original Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP) was started in 1979 by UTSA mathematics professor Dr. Manuel P. Berriozábal. Seven years later, PREP expanded throughout the state of Texas and became known as Texas PREP, or TexPREP for short. In 1997, thanks to a grant from NASA, TexPREP continued to grow and expand across the nation and is now known simply as PREP-USA.

Participation in PREP-USA is open to anyone, but PREP-USA particularly targets students who are from traditionally underrepresented groups in STEM, including minorities, females, and low income students. PREP-USA’s goal is to increase the number of competently prepared students who ultimately pursue postsecondary studies and careers in STEM by stressing the development of abstract reasoning and problem-solving skills, as well as the application of this knowledge through coursework, team projects, class presentations, and examinations.