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Summer Camps 2024

Registration is closed: All camps are now full.

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Study science. Do science.

Have fun and get a sneak peek at college life this summer!

Explore the world of science through action-packed, fun, thought-provoking summer camps in the College of Science at Virginia Tech. In our camps, you can DO science— carry out experiments, work with cutting-edge technology, and solve real-life problems. Our talented professors and staff will inspire and prepare you for a great future in science! 

  • Explore different kinds of science, from Physics to Psychology and everything in between
  • Carry out hands-on activities and experiments 
  • Expand your knowledge of science careers
  • Tour state-of-the art research labs 
  • Work with Virginia Tech faculty and scientists and students
  • Meet other students interested in science
  • Live in a dorm and eat at our award-winning dining hall
  • Learn about college and how to apply

Summer Camp 2024

Registration is now closed: all camps are full.

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Explore Science

Microbiology, neuroscience, physics, nanoscience, psychology, coding, game-o-nomics, and more!

June 24-27, 2024 (rising 9th-10th grade)
June 30-July 3, 2024 (rising 7th-8th grade)

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Explore Data Science

Statapults, coding, molecular modeling, sports analytics, disease surveillance, game theory, and more!

July 8-12, 2024 (rising 11th-12th grade)

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Explore Physical Science

Harvesting solar energy, nanoscience, quantum world, GPS & modeling, astronomy, and more!

July 15-19, 2024 (rising 11th-12th grade)

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Explore Life Science

Neuroscience, nanomedicine, emerging diseases, bioinformatics, ancient life forms, and more!

July 22-26, 2024 (rising 11th-12th grade)


Contact Victoria Corbin, Assistant Dean of Outreach and Student Engagement