Youth Programs, Activities, and Camps

The University of Kansas hosts a wide variety of youth programs, camps, clinics, workshops and/or conferences throughout the year. Some programs are geared toward summer fun and learning for kids, others provide a way for high school students to expore interests and future career paths. Still others promote athletic fun and skill. There are debate, dance, design and music camps as well as STEM technology, cheerleading, business, pharmacy camps and more.

The Office of Event Management and Protocol, a division of the University of Kansas, Office of Public Affairs, is here to serve as a resource and provide best practices and procedures for our University sponsors. We also facilitate third-party program provider requests to access university facilities and services.

The Office of Event Management and Protocol also serves as the “registrar” for youth programs and camps.

KU has established a Minors on Campus Policy to provide guidance to those faculty and staff involved with coordinating and/or sponsoring programs for minor child participants under the age of eighteen (18).

Questions about specific youth programs / camps must be directed to the individual program / camp director. As departments/entities register their 
programs with this office, a list will be provided via the "Events" tab above