Summer Camps

There is nothing more valuable than experience, and the summer camps at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering provide you with opportunities to explore your passion. You can learn about the latest technology, discover how to apply ground-breaking innovations to multiple fields, and do it all while experiencing the feel of college life.

Check out our summer camp options below to take the first steps on a potential path to the future.

  • SICE Summer Camp 2019

    Our SICE Summer Camp is a residential experience for high school students who will be entering grades 9, 10, 11, or 12 in the summer of 2019. This year we are offering two options:

    Option 1: June 16-20 ($425*) - Gain initial or increased exposure to the world of technology and how it is used in  problem-solving and potential careers. Use a variety of applications including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and eTextiles. Enjoy visits to the IU outdoor pool and student union bowling alley.

    Option 2: June 16-22 ($600*) - Stick around for two more days! In addition to everything in Option 1, this extension option includes advanced project-based work and campus tours, possibly to include IU's Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology and Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.

    *Fees for the summer camps include sleeping accommodations, food, and activities, as well as a backpack, flash drive, water bottle, and t-shirt.

    The camp application link will be available here in January 2019.

    Please contact Lauren Headley at lheadley@indiana.edu with questions.

  • Coming Soon - Coding Camp for Girl Scouts

    Who:     Girls in grades 6-8
    When:   July 8-11, 2019
    Where:  Indiana University, Bloomington Campus
    Cost:     TBD

    For more information, please contact:
    Lauren Headley with the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at lheadley@indiana.edu.