Summertime Fun: UT Offers Camps and Classes for Kids

KNOXVILLE — As the school year draws to an end for local students, many parents may be looking for fun and educational programs to get their children through the summer break. Camp and class opportunities abound at the University of Tennessee.

From forensics to athletics, UT offers programs for students in elementary through high school. You can learn more about the nearly 100 summer learning opportunities on the UT Knoxville campus by visiting http://tntoday.utk.edu/2009/04/21/ut-summer-camps-2009.

The Web page lists camps administered through individual departments on campus plus Kids U, which is offered through UT’s Professional & Personal Development program, and various camps offered by UT’s men’s and women’s athletics departments. Please note that registration requirements and processes are handled by individual departments, and enrollment for most camps has already started. Links are provided at the Web page listed above.

Some of the departments offering camps include:
– 4-H
– College of Architecture and Design
– Early Learning Center
– McClung Museum
– Clarence Brown Theatre
– National Transportation Research Center
– UT Athletics

C O N T A C T :

Rebekah Winkler (865-974-8304, rwinkler@utk.edu)