|Contact||Sean Herberts, Camp Director|
|Dates & Times||Monday–Friday, July 21 – August 1, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.|
|Ages||Entering grades 2–9 in fall 2014|
|Science Camps Description||Odyssey Science Camps are designed to provide children an opportunity to experience the excitement of science firsthand. Campers are divided by age and experience into seven different focus groups whose activities range from introducing scientific principles, building math skills, simple “crime scene” investigations, exploring disaster preparedness, constructing a Lego® robot, and astronomy activities including telescope building and model rocket engineering.|
|Forms & Info||Odyssey Camp Registration Packet|
|Contact||Esther Herrera, Cathy McNeese|
|Phone||(618) 650-3208 or (618) 650-3210|
|Dates & Times||Beginner I: Monday–Friday, June 9–20, 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Beginner II: Monday–Friday, July 7-18, 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
|Science Camps Description||Offered by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature to promote intercultural awareness and foreign language learning in our community. In this Spanish Summer Camp, students will engage in a wide range of exciting learning and recreational activities that will develop their communication skills in Spanish. They will be able to ask and answer questions, learn vocabulary, and comprehend spoken Spanish through context about everyday topics. We will emphasize the communicative and interactive approach to the teaching of foreign languages.|
|Forms & Info||Spanish Camp Website|
|Contact||Leslie Van Leishout, Cougar Camp Director|
|Dates & Times||Cub Camp (ages 6–9), June 2–13, 2014, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Cougar Club (ages 10–13), June 2–13, 2014, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Cougar Conservatory (ages 14–19), June 2–20, 1–7:30 p.m.
|Theater and Dance Camp Description
Students will perform in Cougar Showcase and Disney’s Peter Pan JR.
Cougar Showcase – June 12 & 12 — Culmination of the weeks of training. Students from all three camps will present a musical revue interspersed with favorite fairy tales.
Disney’s Peter Pan JR. – June 19, 20, 21 — Cougar Theater Company’s summer production of Disney’s Peter Pan JR. will be included in SIUE’s Summer Showbiz of three summer stock productions. Cub and Club students will be involved in evening rehearsals and performances the week of June 16–21.
|Fee||Before May 1: $320 After May 1: $350
(Includes Camp T-Shirt)
|Forms & Info||Theater and Dance Camp Brochure/Registration Form|
|Contact||Adam Cleary, Camp Director
Department of English Language and Literature
Box 1431, SIUE
Edwardsville, IL 62016-141
(888) 328-5168, ext. 2060
|Dates||Session I — June 9–20
Session II — July 7–18
|Times||Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.|
|Our camp is for kids who love to write and explore their creativity, mainly within the genres of poetry and short fiction. We also spend some time on essay writing and autobiography. We are not remedial, but if you have a shy writer — one who is afraid of the blank page — this camp shows that sort of writer how to let go and not worry about judgment and red pencil marks.|
|Forms & Info||Writing Camp Brochure|
|Contact||Holly Cox, Camp Director|
|Junior Cougar Camp 1
Boys and Girls Ages 6–12
May 29–30, 8:30–11:30 a.m.
Korte Stadium, SIUE Campus
Junior Cougar Camp 2
Advanced Training Camp/Advanced Goalkeeper Training Camp
Girls Ages 13–18
|Forms & Info||Soccer Camps Website|
|Contact||Kendall Paulus, Assistant Coach, Camp Director|
|Individual Camps (girls and boys entering grades 4–12 in the fall)
Every camper receives a camp t-shirt. Space is limited, so make sure to register early. Registration is available both online and by mail.
2-Day All-Skills Camp 1
2-Day All-Skills Camp 2
SIUE team camps are a great way to prepare for your upcoming season as a team. We offer a tournament-style team camp that includes instructional elements. Team camp allows your athletes the opportunity to play against great competition and train with SIUE staff and student-athletes.
High School Freshman/JV Team Camp
High School Varsity Team Camp
|Forms & Info||Volleyball Camps Website|