Boy working on robotic car at UNH EPIC Camp

EPIC - Elementary Programming

March 30, 2021 - University administrators have made the difficult decision to cancel in-person, on-campus youth programs in summer, 2021.


The decision was made after careful review of available staffing, COVID-19 health and safety requirements, and the significant work required over the summer to ensure the university can open fully for the fall semester.

We regret any inconvenience this may cause for family summer planning. We truly appreciate your interest in our youth programs and camps. We look forward to a return to our usual educational and fun programming in summer, 2022.

EPIC is designed to inspire the next generation of computing innovators by engaging young students in learning computational thinking skills and programming fundamentals. We offer various levels of classes on different subjects so students can build confidence in technologies within a well-balanced learning environment. Our hands-on activities are designed to promote problem-solving and logical thinking skills as well as to encourage social interactions, participation, and fun! 

Let students’ imagination soar as they collaborate with new friends and are guided by our experienced tech-savvy staff. EPIC is in its 6th year helping young students learn about the amazing world of computing technologies.

For more information about EPIC, contact Karen Jin: EPIC@cs.unh.edu




Travel Information


EPIC - Elementary Programming

EPIC is primarily held at Kingsbury Hall, 33 Academic Way, Durham, NH: Travel to Durham

Additional information, including check in location and times are sent to participants by the program staff prior to the session start date.

Program Staff


EPIC - Elementary Programming

  • Karen Jin

    Karen Jin is the Director of the EPIC camps. During the academic year, she is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Department of Applied Engineering and Sciences at UNH Manchester.

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