Calendar of Events

Women's basketball camps contact: Mary Carpenter: marycarpenter@ku.edu
Men's basketball camps contact: Tami Hoffman: thoffman@ku.edu

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May 26th
Become a better swimmer this summer with KU Swim & Dive- Camp includes: Professional Instruction and Coaching Three water sessions per day focusing on technique, training & skills starts & turns. Dryland and Educational Lectures Daily 10:1 Camper To Counselor Ratio Camp T-Shirt & Cap Optional Personal Video Analysis See website for more details. Rock Chalk Jayhawk!
Robinson Center
Cost: See website for details
Contact: 785-330-3814
jafox@ku.edu

May 27th
Become a better swimmer this summer with KU Swim & Dive- Camp includes: Professional Instruction and Coaching Three water sessions per day focusing on technique, training & skills starts & turns. Dryland and Educational Lectures Daily 10:1 Camper To Counselor Ratio Camp T-Shirt & Cap Optional Personal Video Analysis See website for more details. Rock Chalk Jayhawk!
Robinson Center
Cost: See website for details
Contact: 785-330-3814
jafox@ku.edu

May 28th
Become a better swimmer this summer with KU Swim & Dive- Camp includes: Professional Instruction and Coaching Three water sessions per day focusing on technique, training & skills starts & turns. Dryland and Educational Lectures Daily 10:1 Camper To Counselor Ratio Camp T-Shirt & Cap Optional Personal Video Analysis See website for more details. Rock Chalk Jayhawk!
Robinson Center
Cost: See website for details
Contact: 785-330-3814
jafox@ku.edu

May 29th
Become a better swimmer this summer with KU Swim & Dive- Camp includes: Professional Instruction and Coaching Three water sessions per day focusing on technique, training & skills starts & turns. Dryland and Educational Lectures Daily 10:1 Camper To Counselor Ratio Camp T-Shirt & Cap Optional Personal Video Analysis See website for more details. Rock Chalk Jayhawk!
Robinson Center
Cost: See website for details
Contact: 785-330-3814
jafox@ku.edu

May 31st - June 3rd
University of Kansas Tennis Camps ALL TENNIS PLAYERS BOYS & GIRLS AGES 8-18 ALL SKILL LEVELS Camps are open to any and all boys & girls, ages 8"18 and all ability levels, designed for every type of player from beginner to advanced. We look forward to having fun and giving you the best tennis experience possible!
Jayhawk Tennis Facility, 5200 Clinton Parkway
Cost: See website for details
Contact: 785-691-7891
todd.chapman@ku.edu

June 1st
Kansas volleyball will offer multiple chances for up-and-coming studs to learn from two-time Big 12 Coach of the Year Ray Bechard, his coaching staff and the rest of the Jayhawks this summer. HITTER CAMP- -An Emphasis on teaching and developing fundamental techniques of attacking - Drills for arm swing, approach, attack selection - Attacking all types of sets and angles
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost: $100
Contact: (785) 864-3921
tjchamberlain@ku.edu

June 1st - June 5th
An engineering day camp for students entering sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Hands-on activities demonstrate the fun and creativity involved in engineering. Families are responsible for transportation at the beginning and end of each day. #engr
Off Campus
Blue Valley CAPS, Overland Park
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-3622
studyengineering@ku.edu

June 1st
Campers collaborate to explain the mysteries behind some of nature's bizarre conundrums. This week of inquiry, exploration, and investigations will help campers separate fact from fiction. Students entering sixth grade through students leaving eighth grade are invited to enjoy this week of fun and advanced learning.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $110
Contact: 913-897-8552

June 1st - June 5th
Dreaming about writing code for Google someday? Campers will learn a few programming fundamentals, and use MIT's App Inventor to collaboratively develop games, stories, and other projects that can be showcased on tablets at the end of the week. Students entering sixth grade through students leaving eighth grade are invited to enjoy this week of fun and advanced learning.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $110
Contact: 913-897-8552

June 1st - June 4th
Residential Camp 1 is for girls in grades 4-8 who want the opportunity to train and play in a college-type environment. This camp is for committed players who want to have a fun experience and be challenged. There will be 3 sessions per day (2 training sessions and 1 game session). Goalkeepers will have daily individual training and team training. In between sessions, there will be rest time, optional activities and guest speakers ranging from a sports nutritionist to a sports psychologist. Camp counselors and camp coaches will supervise players off the field while in the dorm. At the conclusion of camp, all players will receive a certificate and player evaluation.
Anschutz Sports Pavilion
Cost:
Contact: 913-605-2126
kusoccercamps@ku.edu


June 1st - June 12th
Sports Skills and Physical Activity Camp is designed to provide boys and girls, ages 5 through 12, with the opportunity to develop sports skills and a good physical fitness level. Experiences will be provided in an individualized instructional environment with expert leadership and supervision. The curriculum will consist of a planned program of physical activity including: tumbling, kickball, soccer, badminton, physical fitness, softball, cooperative games, tag games, rhythms, scooters, and parachute skills. Participants are invited to choose from one session or attend both.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $200
Contact: 913-897-8618
a.herda@ku.edu

June 2nd
Kansas volleyball will offer multiple chances for up-and-coming studs to learn from two-time Big 12 Coach of the Year Ray Bechard, his coaching staff and the rest of the Jayhawks this summer. Session #2 is dedicated to setters and defensive specialists.
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost: $100
Contact: (785) 864-3921
tjchamberlain@ku.edu

June 3rd - June 5th
Kansas volleyball will offer multiple chances for up-and-coming studs to learn from two-time Big 12 Coach of the Year Ray Bechard, his coaching staff and the rest of the Jayhawks this summer. Join the Jayhawks for session one of the overnight camps in 2015! Features include: - Emphasis on teaching and developing fundamental techniques of volleyball, and game strategies - Basic skills are stressed in drills and team play - Weight Training talk and Nutrition talk - Campers will compete in the equivalent of 10 league matches
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost: see website for details
Contact: (785) 864-3921
tjchamberlain@ku.edu

June 5th - June 6th
Elite ID Clinic is open for any and all girls in grades 8-12 who want to play at the college level. Players will have technical training and play small sided games & full sided games in a challenging college-type environment. Goalkeepers will receive individual training.
Anschutz Sports Pavilion
Cost: Overnight - $230 Commuter - $195
Contact: 913-605-2126
kusoccercamps@ku.edu

June 8th - June 12th
You've completed your Hour of Code. In fact, you've done that for a myriad of hours. Time to get down to business, creative business, that is. Campers will develop advanced projects utilizing Scratch. Be inspired. Inspire others. Create something extraordinary this summer! Students entering sixth grade through students leaving eighth grade are invited to enjoy this week of fun and advanced learning.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $110
Contact: 913-897-8552

June 8th - June 11th
Offered June 8-11 for any and all players age 5-12. This camp teaches the basic fundamentals of the game. Games are played most days. Camp instructions begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at Noon. Campers may be dropped off between 8:45-9:00 a.m. and picked up at Noon. A camp t-shirt will be provided for each camper. Only 100 spaces will be available for this camp. $10 per child family discount when two or more children from same family register.
Hoglund Ballpark
Cost: 135
Contact: 785-864-7907
wmarciel@ku.edu

June 8th - June 10th
Join the No. 22 ranked Jayhawks in their brand new stadium for YOUTH CAMP 2015! This camp is intended for those players just beginning and will focus on the FUNdamentals of the game of softball. Kansas coaches and players will be on hand to walk the campers through drills and teach the skills needed to play. All skills will be introduced including pitching and catching.
Rock Chalk Park, 6100 Rock Chalk Drive
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-7743
softball@ku.edu

June 8th - June 12th
Feeling technologically inspired? Make this summer meaningful by learning programming fundamentals with other girls. Campers will collaborate to develop games, stories, and other projects using MIT's App Inventor. By the end of the week, you'll have a network of programmer connections and your own application to share. Students entering sixth grade through students leaving eighth grade are invited to enjoy this week of fun and advanced learning.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $110
Contact: 913-897-8552

June 8th - June 19th
The Sport Skills and Fitness School is designed to provide boys and girls ages 5-12 with the opportunity to develop sports skills and a good physical fitness level. Experiences will be provided in individualized instructional environment with expert leadership and supervision. All children will be able to participate in the activities. The curriculum will consist of a planned program of physical activity including: tumbling, aquatics, soccer, tennis, physical fitness, soft-ball, corporative games, tag games, rhythms, cup stacking, and parachute skills.
Robinson Center
248 Robinson
Cost: $150.00
Contact: 785-864-0775
jlg@ku.edu

June 10th - June 12th
The Jayhawk Junior Musicians Camp is a day camp for children entering grades three through six who are seeking learning experiences in singing, reading and writing music, playing classroom instruments, building a music listening repertoire, moving to music, and creating music. The camp is designed to offer a variety of musical learning opportunities during each of the three days. Students must register by June 1, 2015.
KU Edwards Campus - Regnier Hall
151
Cost: $140
Contact: 913-987-8400

June 14th - June 20th
Art and Design Building
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-2073
rdmiles@ku.edu

June 14th - June 18th
The Middle School Music Camp offers a week of fun and effective instruction through master classes, sectional and full rehearsals, and music electives with our excellent faculty and guest musicians, culminating in a finale performance by all campers. Enrollment is open to band students entering 6th through 9th grades, and orchestra students entering 6th through 8th grades. 9th grade band and orchestra students are eligible to enroll both in the Middle School Camp as well as the High School Camp for a great 2-week transition into playing at the high school level. At least one year of school music experience in the chosen field is required.Cost: See website for details
Murphy Hall
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-9751

June 15th - June 19th
Discover the role of DNA and proteins in the exciting field of biotechnology. Campers will explore protein models, 3D modeling, wet labs, and computer simulations that demonstrate the production of fluorescing proteins by bacteria and analysis of DNA by electrophoresis. Students entering sixth grade through students leaving eighth grade are invited to enjoy this week of fun and advanced learning.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $135
Contact: 913-897-8552

June 15th - June 19th
Science & Chinese Language Camp students will explore scientific concepts and learn basic Chinese terms and phrases. They will study the life cycle of the butterfly in Chinese. In addition to butterfly-themed activities, students will learn basic Chinese language terms and phrases. They will focus on the life cycle of the butterfly with additional activities, including age-appropriate research and observation activities. Whether your child is new to Chinese or has studied it before, this camp will teach your child to comprehend and speak Chinese, or improve their current skill level, and will give them the opportunity to explore the natural world of butterflies in Kansas.
KU Edwards Campus - Regnier Hall
Cost: $99
Contact: 913-897-8613
ciku@ku.edu

June 15th - June 17th
The High School Elite camp will focus on the fundamentals of hitting and defense in an effort to prepare the student-athlete to compete at a high level. Coaches from various levels will be on hand to assist, as well as current and past KU alumnae. This will take place at the new Arrocha Ballpark in Rock Chalk Park! The KU Coaching staff and student-athletes will be instructors as well.
Rock Chalk Park, 6100 Rock Chalk Drive
Cost: see details
Contact: 785-864-7743
softball@ku.edu

June 15th - June 26th
Sports Skills and Physical Activity Camp is designed to provide boys and girls, ages 5 through 12, with the opportunity to develop sports skills and a good physical fitness level. Experiences will be provided in an individualized instructional environment with expert leadership and supervision. The curriculum will consist of a planned program of physical activity including: tumbling, kickball, soccer, badminton, physical fitness, softball, cooperative games, tag games, rhythms, scooters, and parachute skills. Participants are invited to choose from one session or attend both.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $200
Contact: 913-897-8618
a.herda@ku.edu

June 17th - June 18th
Learn to pitch and catch like the Jayhawks! The pitcher/catcher camp is focused on the specific positional skills needed to compete at a high level. The Kansas staff, along with other collegiate coaches, will provide individual instruction. Past and current KU players will be there to assist.
Rock Chalk Park, 6100 Rock Chalk Drive
Cost: see details
Contact: 785-864-7743
softball@ku.edu

June 21st
KJI will host its 52nd annual workshops from June 21-25, 2015, for high school students on the KU campus in Lawrence. The courses scheduled for 2015 include: Advising Student Publications in a Digital World Web Production and Management Publication Design & Infographics Advanced Media Seminars in News Publications and Yearbook Digital Photojournalism (Beginning and Advanced) Journalistic Storytelling Video and Audio Production Editorial Leadership
Stauffer-Flint Hall
Cost: $475
Contact: 785-864-4755
kerry@ku.edu

June 21st - June 24th
Improve your tennis skills this summer at The University of Kansas Tennis Camps! ALL TENNIS PLAYERS BOYS & GIRLS AGES 8-18 ALL SKILL LEVELS Camps are open to any and all boys & girls, ages 8"18 and all ability levels, designed for every type of player from beginner to advanced. We look forward to having fun and giving you the best tennis experience possible. CAMPERS WILL: Develop & Improve Tennis Skills Discover Proven Training Techniques Gain Motivation Develop Singles & Doubles Strategies
Jayhawk Tennis Facility, 5200 Clinton Parkway
Cost: See website for details
Contact: 785-691-7891
todd.chapman@ku.edu

June 22nd - June 24th
Offered June 22-24 for any and all players age 9-12. This camp is for the more serious ballplayer who wants to receive specific instruction in all aspects of the game. Camp begins Monday, June 22 at 9:00 a.m. (registration starts at 8:30 a.m.) and ends Wednesday, June 24 at 4:00 p.m. The daily schedule is 9:00 a.m. " 4:00 p.m. at Hoglund Ballpark. Only 75 spaces are available. Lunch on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday will be at Naismith Hall. $20 per child family discount when two or more children fro m same family.
Hoglund Ballpark
Cost: 240
Contact: 785-864-7907
wmarciel@ku.edu

June 22nd - June 26th
You do now! During this week, campers will encounter a series of challenges as they explore physical computing. The experience culminates with a showcase of individual projects campers create utilizing the Arduino development board. Best of all, campers take their project with them to continue exploring beyond camp! Students entering sixth grade through students leaving eighth grade are invited to enjoy this week of fun and advanced learning.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $165
Contact: 913-897-8552

June 22nd - July 2nd
The Sport Skills and Fitness School is designed to provide boys and girls ages 5-12 with the opportunity to develop sports skills and a good physical fitness level. Experiences will be provided in individualized instructional environment with expert leadership and supervision. All children will be able to participate in the activities. The curriculum will consist of a planned program of physical activity including: tumbling, aquatics, soccer, tennis, physical fitness, soft-ball, corporative games, tag games, rhythms, cup stacking, and parachute skills.
Robinson Center
248 Robinson
Cost: $150.00
Contact: 785-864-0775
jlg@ku.edu

June 29th - July 2nd
Who doesn't like playing games? Better yet, who doesn't like winning games? Learn winning strategies through game theory, applied probability, and mathematical modeling. You'll discover how to apply these strategies successfully in not so gamey places. Students entering sixth grade through students leaving eighth grade are invited to enjoy this week of fun and advanced learning.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $90
Contact: 913-897-8552

June 29th - July 2nd
Think you can design your way out of a box? We do, too. Enter the world of engineering design thinking by (re)defining real problems and developing personally useful and meaningful solutions. Campers will brainstorm, design, make, and collaborate to develop creative solutions to multiple design challenges. Students entering sixth grade through students leaving eighth grade are invited to enjoy this week of fun and advanced learning.
KU Edwards Campus - BEST Building
Cost: $165
Contact: 913-897-8552

July 10th - July 12th
The Jayhawk Volleyball Team Camp is designed to provide varsity and junior varsity high school teams with the opportunity to train and compete under the direction and guidance of an outstanding coaching staff. The daily schedule will include two skills sessions focusing on position training and transition work. Competitive league play will be the emphasis at each evening session. If a high school coach is unable to attend with their team, a veteran coach from our camp staff will be assigned to the team.
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost: see website for details
Contact: (785) 864-3921
tjchamberlain@ku.edu

July 13th - July 15th
The Jayhawk Volleyball Team Camp is designed to provide varsity and junior varsity high school teams with the opportunity to train and compete under the direction and guidance of an outstanding coaching staff. The daily schedule will include two skills sessions focusing on position training and transition work. Competitive league play will be the emphasis at each evening session. If a high school coach is unable to attend with their team, a veteran coach from our camp staff will be assigned to the team.
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost: see website for details
Contact: (785) 864-3921
tjchamberlain@ku.edu

July 17th
Kansas volleyball will offer multiple chances for up-and-coming studs to learn from two-time Big 12 Coach of the Year Ray Bechard, his coaching staff and the rest of the Jayhawks this summer. Join us for overnight session #2! Features of the camp include: - An Emphasis on teaching and developing fundamental techniques of volleyball, and game strategies - Basic skills are stressed in drills and team play - Weight Training talk and Nutrition talk - Campers will compete in the equivalent of 10 league matches
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost: see website for details
Contact: (785) 864-3921
tjchamberlain@ku.edu

July 19th - July 22nd
Improve your children's skills on the court this summer at the University of Kansas Tennis Camps! ALL TENNIS PLAYERS BOYS & GIRLS AGES 8-18 ALL SKILL LEVELS Camps are open to any and all boys & girls, ages 8"18 and all ability levels, designed for every type of player from beginner to advanced. We look forward to having fun and giving you the best tennis experience possible. CAMPERS WILL: Develop & Improve Tennis Skills Discover Proven Training Techniques Gain Motivation Develop Singles & Doubles Strategies
Jayhawk Tennis Facility, 5200 Clinton Parkway
Cost: see details on website
Contact: 785.864.7992
todd.chapman@ku.edu

July 23rd - July 24th
Kansas University Spirit Camps are designed to educate our campers to be excellent leaders on and off the field/court. We offer a variety of camps during the summer for all ages and Spirit activities. KU Spirit Camps are taught by one of the Nation's leaders in cheerleading, dance, and mascot programs....The University of Kansas Spirit Squad. The camps are held on a beautiful campus with air-conditioned facilities.
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost: $90-overnight $65-day camper
Contact: 785-864-3002
catj@ku.edu

July 24th
Kansas University Spirit Camps are designed to educate our campers to be excellent leaders on and off the field/court. We offer a variety of camps during the summer for all ages and Spirit activities. KU Spirit Camps are taught by one of the Nation's leaders in cheerleading, dance, and mascot programs....The University of Kansas Spirit Squad. The camps are held on a beautiful campus with air-conditioned facilities.
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-3002
catj@ku.edu

July 24th - July 27th
Kansas University Spirit Camps are designed to educate our campers to be excellent leaders on and off the field/court. We offer a variety of camps during the summer for all ages and Spirit activities. KU Spirit Camps are taught by one of the Nation's leaders in cheerleading, dance, and mascot programs....The University of Kansas Spirit Squad. The camps are held on a beautiful campus with air-conditioned facilities.
Horejsi Family Athletics Center
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-3002
catj@ku.edu

July 30th - August 2nd
Three hours per day instruction on all aspects of baseball by the KU staff and other top college and high school coaches. Coaches from 15+ other schools will be represented along with the KU staff One 7-inning game per day/per team. Coach to player ratio is 1:5. Skill Testing for all participants Written evaluations from the team coaches will be provided at the conclusion of camp for the Division I players only. The assessment by the All Star Camp's staff is designed to provide insight for the college-bound player. State-of-the-art indoor and outdoor batting cages and pitching machines. Evening activities to provide education on college baseball experience. Lodging and meals at Naismith Hall. Tuition includes all-star camp jersey and fitted KU baseball cap.
Hoglund Ballpark
Cost: see details
Contact: 785-864-7907
wmarciel@ku.edu

August 1st - August 2nd
Elite ID Clinic is open for any and all girls in grades 8-12 who want to play at the college level. Players will have technical training and play small sided games & full sided games in a challenging college-type environment. Goalkeepers will receive individual training.
Anschutz Sports Pavilion
Cost: Overnight - $230 Commuter - $195
Contact: 913-605-2126
kusoccercamps@ku.edu

August 10th - August 21st
Watson Library
455
Cost: $50/day
Contact: 785-864-3353
crmda@ku.edu


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