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The University of New Haven

UNH Summer Programs

Henry C. Lee College Criminal Justice/Forensic Science Camp
Students will gain real knowledge from expert professors and will also receive hands-on experience in crime scene investigation.  Topics that will be covered include criminal investigation, fingerprinting, blood analysis, a field trip to the West Haven Police Department, and more.  At the end of the week, students will team up to investigate mock crime scenes and present their findings using PowerPoint. 
Program Cost: 500.00

Phone: 203.932.7180


Tagliatela College of Engineering Engineering & Science Summer Institute for Young Women
The Summer Institute is a one-week, residential summer program offered by the Tagliatela College of Engineering at the University of New Haven.  This experience has been designed for you!  The Summer Institute gives you the opportunity to learn in a university environment and experience the excitement of working on an engineering or science project.  You will work together in teams with a UNH faculty or staff member.  The program will feature fun, exciting, hands-on activities in math, science, computers, engineering, and technology. 
Program Cost: $695 (Residential)/$375 (Day Camp)

Phone: 203.932.7180


Visual and Musical Arts Camp
The Visual and Musical Arts camp at the University of New Haven will expose elementary school aged children to various art mediums in an all-day well supervised setting.  Each day will include a variety of music and art activities administered by an experienced and professional staff of educators; recreational activities will also be incorporated into the schedule.

Children ages 7-12 are invited to attend. 
Program Cost: 1 week - $275; 2 weeks - $500; Extended Care - $15 per shift

Phone: 203.932.7180


ChargerRec Camp
Charger REC Camp offers an opportunity for campers entering grade 2 thru 9 to enjoy a wide variety of recreational activities in a safe and comfortable environment. 

Campers will receive progressive instruction as well as game-play in activities areas.  Providing an experience that every camper will love, the Charger REC Camp is also committed to developing strong camper-counselor relationships. 
Program Cost: $225

Phone: 203.932.7180


Video Production Academy
This hands on video production camp is conducted in state of the art video and television production facilities.  Students will learn the basics of shooting, lighting, sound recording and editing.  Students will produce short films and videos of their own from start to finish.  The creative process, organization of the production as well as technical skills will be covered.  Lessons on each area of the production process will be followed by hands on exercises.

The summer 2009 program will run from July, 6-10
Program Cost: $500

Phone: 203.932.7180


Athletics Department Sports Camps
Summer camps for various age groups are offered for the following sports:

Boys & Girls Soccer

Girls Lacrosse

Girls Basketball

Girls Softball

Boys & Girls Football

Boys Baseball
Program Cost: varies



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