From academics and the arts to athletics and adventure, UNH’s youth summer programs enable kindergartners through twelfth-graders to explore their interests and talents. LEARN MORE >>
Learn field hockey. Write a play. Build a robot. From academics and the arts to athletics and adventure, UNH’s youth summer programs enable kindergartners through twelfth-graders to explore their interests and talents. Participants will develop new skills, grow as individuals, and interact with a diverse peer group.
All UNH summer camps offer individualized and supportive instruction in a safe yet stimulating environment. Youth in on-campus programs use the same state-of-the-art facilities as UNH students, including sports and performing arts centers. Most of our instructors teach at the university during the academic year.
The university has launched a new website offering a gateway to the dozens of enrichment opportunities available at UNH. Search for programs by type, age/grade level of participants, and the sponsoring division at UNH. At the end of each description is a link to the web page that provides more information about the program and explains how to register.
“We hope elementary, middle, and high school students will take advantage of the chance to experience New Hampshire’s flagship university through our fun and engaging summer programs,” says Professor of English and Senior Vice Provost Lisa MacFarlane.
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Written by Sonia Scherr ’13 MFA