NOTICE: We are currently open and available to assist in-person Monday - Thursday 9 AM - 8 PM, and Fridays 9 AM - 4 PM. You can also call us at (801) 581-6461 or send us an email at email@example.com. For more information on university COVID-19 protocols on campus visit https://coronavirus.utah.edu.
Parents Club donations sustain our PATHS (Promoting Access to High Schoolers) program, which seeks to make higher education accessible to everyone. As a thank you for the support, members are able to register for all Youth Education programs ahead of the general public.
PATHS is a 4-year college access program that supports students from their first day of high school to their first day of college. The PATHS program engages students from high poverty schools and communities and prepares them for success in their education and careers. Learn more about the impact of PATHS at paths.utah.edu
To Join Parents Club!
Secure your spot in the Parents Club through January 31, 2022, by calling 801-581-6984 to make a donation.
You must enroll in the Parents Club via PHONE ONLY. Online donations are accepted but do not count towards the Parents Club.
$150 qualifies one child for early registration. $25 for each additional child
Parents Club Member Early Registration
Registration is February 7-10, 2022 | 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Parents Club members are NOT guaranteed placement but do have early access.
Early registrations can ONLY be taken over the phone, please call 801-581-6984. .
Payment plans are available at no additional cost..
Payments for camps cannot be split among multiple payees..
Early access for members expires on February 10, 2022 at 4 pm.
I loved how the lessons were easy to understand even though none of us had taken a physics class before. We all left with a basic physics understanding and a hunger for more knowledge. We learned a lot and asked a lot of questions, it was amazing to see how enthusiastic all of the professors were about their research and teaching the youth... It was truly a wonderful experience that made me want to go back to school and get to college so that I could do my own research and learn even more about our universe. It was also really cool to see how many girls went to the camp, we had twice as many girls as guys, this tells me that women are getting into the science community and that we all can learn a lot from each other. Thank you for the opportunity to go to this inspiring camp, a lot of my questions about the universe and my future career have been answered.