Summer Camps at UTSA
Welcome to The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio's summer camp destination.
This year, UTSA will offer science, engineering, architecture, sports, music, writing, and language and culture camps for kids and teens. Some camps are day-long programs; others last a week or two. But each of our camps offers participants the chance to have fun, make friends and learn something new.
Browse the listings below to find a camp that's just right for you.
Science, Engineering and Architecture Camps
The Office of P-20 Initiatives will offer a two week hands on camp for fourth and fifth graders interested in chemistry and engineering.
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UTSA Center for Archaeological Research routinely hosts a weeklong day camp for kids interested in archaeology.
UTSA Interactive Technology Experience Center (iTEC) offers camps that focus on problem solving and critical thinking skills through explorations in robotics, microbiology, geology, magical science, food chemistry, weather, forensics, aviation and more.
UTSA College of Engineering will offer a weeklong camp for high school juniors and seniors interested in electrical, mechanical, civil and biomedical engineering.
The UTSA Criminal Justice Summer Camp was developed to give students the opportunity to understand how the ever-changing American criminal justice system works. Students will have a basic understanding of crime and justice and the roles that the police, courts, and corrections have.
For more than 30 years, the PREP program has offered middle and high school students advanced science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curriculum through an intensive seven-week camp. The program is designed to prepare students for STEM-related careers.
Two-week camp introduces high school students, college students and others interested in architecture and interior design about design disciplines and the careers of architects and interior designers.
This camp will take a hands-on approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics utilizing LEGO EV-3 Mindstorm robotic kits and sensors. Students age 14-21 years old will be introduced to building a robot, applying sensors and programming.
Sports and Athletics Camps
Camps inspired by UTSA Head Football Coach Larry Coker feature football instruction for young children and teens.
This camp will promote the essential qualities of excellence found in teams and individuals.
Individual camp, team camp and advanced camp help athletes develop their skills in a fun and challenging environment.
Nine camps scheduled from June through October will challenge kids and teens.
Tennis Camp for interested middle and high school participants in the sport of tennis.
June soccer camps will give kids ages 4 to 18 the opportunity to develop their soccer skills through practice and friendly competition.
Summer volleyball camps will enhance the skills of outside hitters, setters/middle blockers and teams.
Music and Band Camps
Outstanding clinicians from UTSA and prominent Texas high school music programs will provide an intensive study of the All-State audition music to more than 250 high school campers from across the state of Texas.
Band Camp will provide entering 7th, 8th and 9th grade students with excellent music education opportunities and enjoyable extracurricular activities.
Week-long intensive program will give talented young string and piano musicians chamber music coaching, master classes and classroom instruction from distinguished UTSA music faculty and guests.
Camp, focused on tone development, technique and etudes for soloists and ensembles, is open to middle and high school flute players with at least one year of flute playing experience.
Third through eighth graders will love this intensive workshop style camp focused on the performing arts, both onstage and behind the scenes.
Writing, Language and Culture Camps
Summer Institute for K-12 teachers will focus on effective instructional strategies to promote writing and research across the curriculum in the digital age.
Weeklong camp, which offers full or half-day sessions, is sure to please incoming fourth through 12th graders who love to write.
One-week camp, offered by the UTSA East Asia Institute, will engage kids through language, culture, cooking, and arts and crafts lessons and activities.