Club U
Youth Education

Club U Summer Camp Programs

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Club U Summer Camp programs are the place to be for children and young adults looking to engage with their community. A summer programming for everyone offers children of all ages opportunities to explore the world around them, while developing 21st century skills enabling them to navigate an ever-changing world.

Hosted on the historic grounds of President's Circle, Club U camps serve as a gateway to the abundant resources of the University of Utah and allows young learners an opportunity to connect with the campus community and explore future educational opportunities. Combine all this with an exceptional staff of youth development professionals, Club U Camps are just the place for a sensational summer of growth for the children of today, and the leaders of tomorrow!

All Club U camp offerings operate on the President's Circle lawn from 8:00am-3:15pm with Lounge (extended care) available from 3:15pm-6:00pm.

See below for more info about our different summer offerings or select each camp for a list of classes and availability.

Club U Ages 5-9

Each week is treated as a standalone experience, so whether a camper joins us for one week or the entire summer they will have the same opportunities to learn new skills, make friends, and have fun! All weeks include 2 field trip days, 1 trip to a local pool, and themed camper choice elective activities.

Junior Varsity Ages 10-11

Junior Varsity will be filled with exciting opportunities for campers to engage more closely with both the University of Utah community and the greater Salt Lake community. All weeks include 1 trip to a local pool, field trips, and on campus activities.

Varsity Ages 12-14

Club U Varsity provides unique opportunities for fun that will challenge campers in new ways and aid in their development as young adults. All sessions will include what you love - field trips, pool time, and structured down time.

What is S.C.I.B.O.?

Club U's aim is to help youth develop in five key areas:

  • S: Specialized Skills- Improve skills in science, art and recreation
  • C: Campus- Explore the university and become more connected
  • I: Interact- Demonstrate the ability to positively interact with others
  • B: Belonging- Develop a sense of belonging in the greater community
  • O: Outdoors- Learn about the outdoor world and practice taking care of it
These goals are collectively referred to as S.C.I.B.O. and are what Club U strives to incorporate in every field trip, elective, and group activity.

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