Summer Camps

TWU Youth Program Requirements

Looking for educational and fun activities for your children this summer? Texas Woman's University provides a variety of camps for local children of all ages.

Summer Camps 2021

TWU Athletics Camps
May through August

Ages: Varies
Cost: Varies
Format: On Denton Campus
Registration: Required

More information: Check out the TWU Athletics Camps and Clinics website

Camps for soccer, volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, softball. dance and synchronized swimming are currently scheduled. We are continually monitoring COVID-19 developments. If it is determined that our camps should be canceled, we will issue campers a refund within 48 hours of cancelation (minus card processing/convenience fees).

Sponsored by TWU Athletics

Young girl builds a robot

Pioneer Digital Days Virtual Summer Camp
June 21-25

Ages: 4 - 8, plus parents
Cost: Free
Format: Online
Registration: Required >> Click here to register 
Registration Deadline:
June 7

More information: Sharla Snider

New ways of using tablets, smartphones and computers have changed our lives. In the time of COVID-19, these tools have become windows into our world. This camp is designed to help young children and their parents to be effective digital citizens and learners. Using STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) as a framework, we will help parents create their own “Tinker Stations” for use with their children. Through a collaborative online connection, parents will learn how to help children be safe online, support learning and adopt healthy digital culture parenting strategies while contributing to an online community Makerspace from their own home.

Sponsored by TWU College of Professional Education

Nutrition & Culinary Virtual Summer Camp: Fuel Your Fun with the Rainbow!
June 28-July 2

Ages: 6-17
Cost: $50
Format: Online
Registration: Required >> Click here to register 
Registration Deadline: 
June 18

More information: Kathleen Davis

Kids will have a blast learning how to cook nutritious, delicious meals right in the comfort of their own homes. Discover ways to properly fuel your body and enjoy a variety of different foods. Campers ages 12-17 will learn more advanced culinary techniques, and all campers will participate in fun physical activities.

Sponsored by TWU Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences

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