April 24, 2023

Registration open for K-12 summer camps at Wayne State University

Young students stand outside with bottle rockets they have built in summer camp.
Elementary school students are invited to register for various summer camps at Wayne State University.

Wayne State University is once again offering a diverse lineup of educational opportunities for K-12 students to enjoy this summer, and registration is now open. With more than 50 camps and programs to choose from, there is something to suit nearly any interest, from STEM to the arts, humanities and more.

To make the choices easier to navigate, a streamlined registration website is available at k-12.wayne.edu.

With students of all ages eager to engage in person again, most programs are offered as weeklong day camps that take place on campus, although there are also virtual options. Some camps are free, but prices vary by program. Limited scholarships are available to qualifying families for select camps through the College of Engineering and outreach partners. All C2 Pipeline camps are free to students who attend C2 Pipeline after-school programs during the academic year, and are open at a cost to other students. A sliding scale is offered for students receiving free or reduced lunches. 

Camps will fill up quickly, so register today!

To learn more about Wayne State University’s K-12 summer camps, visit k-12.wayne.edu.

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