Summer programs for kindergarten through high school students are offered by several departments and organizations hosting events at Colorado State University. For descriptions and schedules, please select the program(s) that interests you.  Please contact the department or organization offering the program for additional information about costs, housing, transportation, and more.

Office of Admissions Programs, 2017

Admissions: Summer Programs, 2017

Summer programs are opportunities for rising high school sophomores and juniors who are interested in developing their research and leadership skills in an inclusive and stimulating learning environment.

Black Issues Forum, 2017

“BIF” is designed to provide students an opportunity to enhance their leadership potential while learning about issues that affect the African American community.

Lorenzo de Zavala Youth Legistlative Session, 2017

Hosted at Colorado State, the “LDZ” program is designed to give youth leaders the edge on successfully navigating, managing and creating organizations.

Native Education Forum, 2017

“NEF” is a five-day summer program designed to help students gain university experience, earn academic credit, and research issues critical to Native American/Indigenous communities.

Academic Camps, 2017 and 2018

Anatomy Camp, 2018

Anatomy Camp at Colorado State provides high school students who are interested in pursuing pre-medical college majors with an academic edge, a taste of college life, and unforgettable experiences in the anatomy lab.

iD Tech Camp, 2017

Learn code, game design, app development, web design, film, photography, and more. Kick-start your dream job and gain a competitive edge for college!

Music & Theatre, 2017

Music camps and workshops, summer music-theatre camp, and dance seminars and camps hosted by the School of Music, Theatre and Dance.

SciTrek, 2018

Join the College of Natural Sciences Education & Outreach Center’s staff in conducting real scientific research activities in a variety of laboratory and outdoor field settings.

Summer VET, 2018

Through presentations, demonstrations, laboratories, visits, and in-depth hands-on activities, students discover what modern veterinary medicine is about.

Sport and Horsemanship Camps, 2017-2018

Horsemanship Camp, 2018

The camps are designed to be both an educational and fun experience for youths 10 to 15 years of age. Youth 16-18 are allowed to participate as day campers only.

Ram Camps,Year-Round (including Winter Camps, 2018)

Join the CSU Athletic Department for Ram Camps. Sports include basketball, football, soccer, softball, swimming, track & field, and volleyball.

Youth Sports Camps, 2017

Coeducational day camps focusing on sport skill development while promoting the benefits of physical activity and healthy lifestyles for youth.