SummerU: Camps for kids offered through the College of Professional Education


KENNESAW, Ga. (Feb 12, 2020) — Calling all young artists, scientists, engineers, chefs, and creators! SummerU is the place to be for fun and exploration this summer. These innovative day camps are all about discovery and offer kids in grades 1-12 the opportunity to dive into the topics that interest them. With more than 100 camps throughout the summer, there is plenty of hands-on fun for everyone. Kids who attend SummerU can explore a new hobby, learn a cool life skill, and enjoy expressing their creativity in a fun and safe environment.

New this year, the program will be offering select SummerU camps at KSU’s Marietta Campus.  Camps are offered weekly from late May-July beginning at 9 a.m. and ending at 3 p.m., with before-care and extended-care options available at an additional cost.

The program is bringing back many of the most popular camps, including:

  • Adulting
  • Animal & Wildlife Expeditions
  • Baking for Teens
  • Color My World
  • Comic Book Art and Manga
  • Cooking 101
  • Extreme Science
  • Hogwarts World of Wizardry
  • Game Development
  • Junior Chefs Academy
  • LEGO Robotics Engineering & Programming: Battle Bots
  • Multimedia Art Studio
  • Pinterest Crafting
  • Ocean Odyssey
  • Robotics
  • Tiny Chefs Academy
  • Tykes & Bytes LEGO Robotics
  • Web Page Design

The program will also introduce a few new camps:

  • 3D Printing
  • Drama Camp
  • Drones
  • Fairy Tales
  • Inventor’s Workshop
  • Journalism Writing
  • Junior Circuits
  • LEGO Story Starter
  • Minecrafters Create Art
  • Pirate Camp
  • Raspberry Pi Programming I
  • Sign Language

Registration for SummerU is now open and an early bird discount of $10 is available on camp registration fees until April 3. For more information, visit the College of Professional Education’s SummerU website:


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