It’s never too early to start making summer plans!

Do you know any high school students with an interest in CS who are looking for something to do this summer?

The Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Austin offers three different computer science summer camps for high school CS students. UTCS Summer Camps are accepting applications now through Wednesday, March 23, 2018 for the First Bytes and Code Longhorn camps, with registration information for the UTCS Robotics Camp coming soon. See links below for more details.

First Bytes Summer Camp

June 3 – 9, 2018

First Bytes Summer Camp is a free, one-week residential camp program for high school girls. It is designed to dispel myths about computer science and intrigue young women with the potential of computing and the excitement of problem solving.  You must be a Texas resident to apply.

More information / Application

Code Longhorn

June 10 – 16, 2018

Code Longhorn is a free, one-week residential camp program for high school underrepresented populations. It is designed to dispel myths about computer science, intrigue students with the potential of computing and the excitement of problem solving.  The camp includes team-building activities, educational sessions, and recreation.  You must be a Texas resident to apply.

More information / Application

UTCS Robotics Camp

July 22 – 28, 2018

UTCS Robotics Camp is a one-week residential camp program for high school students in 9-12 grades.  It is designed to immerse students in the world of robotics and computer science and excite them about the potential and power of computing. The camp provides a chance for students to interact with faculty and industry partners and an opportunity to meet with admissions and learn about applying to UT.

More information

 

Download the UTCS Summer Camps Flyer (PDF)

 

 

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