Youth Education FAQ
Youth Education

Frequently asked questions about Youth Education

Youth Education’s Policies and Procedures

In order to ensure the best possible experience for your child, we ask that you read carefully and adhere to Youth Education’s Policies and Procedures.
Policies and Procedures.

General Information

Summer registration opens around the beginning of February.
The summer catalog is usually available by the end of March. However, most summer classes are up on our website by mid February.
To secure a spot in the class, payment needs to be taken at time of registration either online, by phone, or in our office at 1195 Annex (1901 E. South Campus Drive). Payment Plans are available. Please call for more information, some restrictions apply.
Generally, all camps and classes are a weeklong and vary between half-day and full-day.
Online registration closes the Thursday before camp starts. We can take phone registrations until the Friday before the camp begins, if it isn't full.
Outside of fencing and golf, all other athletic camps are hosted through the University's athletic department. You can contact athletic summer camps (football, basketball, soccer): www.utahutes.com or 801-581-8171.
We offer a 15% discount on tuition for all current U employees. Scholarships may be available for those who qualify. Please, visit our scholarship page for more information.
Parents are not allowed to sit in on any of our camps or classes. We’ve found that children behave better without their parents in the class. Exceptions must be approved by Youth Education and the instructor.
If you’re interested in teaching a class for us, contact us at youth@continue.utah.edu.

Campus Camps

Most of our instructors are teachers. Instructors can also be graduate students and industry professionals in their field.
Currently, we do not offer any residential options for Campus Camps. Please, visit Pre-College at the U for residential options.

Youth Academy of Excellence

YAE is designed for bright and motivated students. Those in gifted and talented programs are especially encouraged to enroll. A formal application is not required.

Pre-college at the U

Typically, our instructors are University of Utah graduate students or faculty.
Yes, some of our camps have residential options.

High School classes

We have found that students generally increase their scores by two to three points (difference between diagnostic test score at the beginning of the class and the full-scale proctored test at the end of the class).
Yes. The exception is English literature and creative writing (each a half credit, but students have the option of taking both for a full credit).
For English literature & composition, the homework is mostly reading. For creative writing, the homework often involves bringing a typed piece to class to be critiqued.>
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