March 26, 2024

Registration open for 2024 STEM Camps


Registration is open for the popular STEM Kids Camps and the Explore Engineering High School Camp offered by the NDSU College of Engineering.

The purpose of the STEM Camp program is to stimulate students interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through exploration of topics not usually covered in their regular school classes.

These fun, hands-on learning camps for students in grades K-8 are offered mornings and afternoons two different weeks during July.

  • Session 1 – Monday, July 15 – Thursday, July 18
  • Session 2 – Monday, July 22 – Thursday, July 25

The Explore Engineering High School Camp will be offered July 29 – Aug. 1 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. This week-long camp introduces students to the different disciplines of engineering. Mornings will be spent on campus working with NDSU faculty and students. In the afternoons, students will be going out on engineering industry visits.

“Our summer camps allow students to experience STEM in hands-on ways, explore new careers and pathways, and gain curiosity and confidence -- all while having fun," said Angela Gross, outreach coordinator for the College of Engineering.

Camp topics this year include everything from computer coding, video game design and robotics to building a roller coaster, STEM in space and engineering entrepreneurship. 

Registration is now open online and camps are expected to fill quickly so signup early to ensure your choice of camps.

Camp cost:

  • K-8 Camps - $130 per course through Sunday, May 12; $160 per course May 13 through close of registration on June 7
  • Explore Engineering High School Camp - $325 through Sunday, May 12; $350 May 13 through close of registration on June 7

NDSU STEM Camp is sponsored by the College of Engineering.

Submit Your News Story
Help us report what’s happening around campus, or your student news.