Club U
Youth Education

Club U Summer Camp Programs

Club U Summer Camp programs are the place to be for children and young adults looking to engage with their community. Inclusive summer programming 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!

Weekly Camps focused on learning, new experiences, and a connected camp community.
Epic fieldtrips, meaningful service learning, assisted independence are just the start for young adults looking for a summer experience unlike any other!
3 week program covering the basics of leadership, opportunities to experience work in the summer camp field,
Offered when school is out for the fall, winter and spring recesses – way better than staying home!

What People Are Saying

This was our first time enrolling our son in Club-U. He had a fantastic time, came home talking about his adventures every night. Better yet, he was exhausted every night! He's never put himself to bed before Club-U, and he's never woken up excited to get moving either. It was a great experience all around! I was a little nervous about the trip to Cherry Hill, but after seeing how well organized and structured the program is, I was completely confident in his safety while off-site. I will definitely be scheduling him for next summer!" — A. Babcock

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Amanda

Amanda Lopez-Tibbs This is Amanda's first summer with Club U and she is very excited to work with all the Club staff. Amanda is from South Jordan, Utah and has lived in Utah all of her life. She is a student at the University of Utah working on getting her Bachelor's degree in Secondary English Education as well as a Minor in Korean Studies. Amanda loves to travel and has recently returned from a study abroad in Seoul, South Korea. She loves to listen to music, read, draw, watch moves, and she especially loves to study Korean. Amanda loves meeting new people and sharing fun experiences with them. She he is very excited to be a part of Club U and to meet all of the incoming campers!