| WMU News
KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Registration is underway for Western Michigan University’s summer camps for students from preschool to high school and beyond, covering a wide variety of interests during June, July and August.
Whether it’s aviation, athletics, art, music, entrepreneurship, archaeology, finance or writing; WMU faculty, staff and the community are heading up programs on campus to provide fun and educational experiences for learners of all ages.
About the camps
A listing of all camps, with new listings added as information becomes available, can be found at wmich.edu/admissions/camps. Some scholarships are available. Check with specific camps for more information.
Included are several long-running programs. They include: camps that focus on writing, reading, science, computers and Japanese culture offered by the Academically Talented Youth Program; 12 themed weeks for preschool and elementary students at the Children’s Place Learning Center; writing and reading at the McGinnis Reading Center; intensive performance instruction through SEMINAR at the School of Music; and sports camps offered through Bronco athletics and West Hills Athletic Club.
Continuing this year are camps for young entrepreneurs through the Haworth College of Business, a program focused on being financially savvy through the Department of Finance and Commercial Law, and opportunities for hands-on archaeology excavations at the Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project in Niles.
For more information, contact WMU's Office of Pre-College Programming at (269) 387-2773 or visit wmich.edu/precollege.
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