Summer programs

For undergraduate students

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program

  • This 10-week research program offers undergraduate students from across the country access to vibrant scientific research projects and mentorship at an R1 research institution.
  • Students will be mentored by a CS&E faculty member, while learning about computing research methodologies and participating in active research.
  • Each participant will receive a stipend, room and board, and travel reimbursement.


For middle school and high school students

Summer Computer Academy

  • This week-long day camp teaches the foundations of computer programming using Python. It includes lectures on the fundamental programming concepts and on the Python programming language, together with extensive hands-on experience in a computer lab.
  • Participants have ample time to work in a computer lab to develop programs for small robots, image processing, and other applications under close supervision of teaching assistants. In addition, there are a variety of career planning and discovery activities.
  • This program is for female students in grades 6–12, with or without previous programming experience.

Technology Day Camp

  • This three-day summer camp, offered by the Digital Technology Center and the Center for Distributed Robotics, provides an introduction to the fields of engineering and computer science through presentations and hands-on activities in a university environment.
  • To enhance accessibility for all eager participants, the camp is offered free of charge, and breakfast and lunch are provided.
  • This camp is for students in grades 6-8.

Technology Day Camp website

Other camps through the College of Science & Engineering

  • The College of Science & Engineering Youth has a variety of other summer camps and programs to help participants explore science, engineering, technology, or mathematics.

More CSE summer camps