Thank you for your continued interest in summer programs at Rutgers University. Unfortunately, the Rutgers Tech Camp is no longer available. However, there are a number of other exciting and engaging summer program options at Rutgers to explore.
Rutgers Gardens Summer Exploration Camp (ages 9-13)
Scarlet KIDS Program summer camp (1st - 6th grade)
Rutgers MSGA Community Arts Camps (dance, design, film, theater, music; K-12)
Rutgers Reading Programs for Children and Adults
Reading skills and speed reading programs for children and adults.
Summer Scholars Program
Designed for high-achieving high school students and gifted youth, the Rutgers Summer Scholars Program allows you the opportunity to study at one of the nation's top research universities.
Graduating high school seniors have the opportunity to earn credits by taking Summer Session courses the summer before starting college.
Choose from three intensive one-week residential certificate programs focused on engineering, STEM, and Leadership. For more information about other residential certificate programs, visit https://precollegesummer.rutgers.edu.
Engineering Pre-College Summer Academy
The Academy is an intensive one-week certificate program that introduces participants to aerospace, biochemical, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, forensic, industrial, material science, mechanical and systems engineering through an integrated program of lectures, demonstrations, hands-on projects, tours, and field trips.
Leadership Pre-College Summer Academy
Assess your own leadership style through a 360-degree assessment and carefully calibrated experiential exercises. Learn about the practices and ethics of leaders in a wide range of spheres through integrated lectures, interviews, engaging in-class activities, and a field trip to the United Nations Headquarters in NYC. Final student presentations address individual leadership development and applications.
Physical Therapy Pre-College Summer Academy
Learn about the exciting field of Physical Therapy and the Exercise Science major that provides an ideal track at Rutgers University to prepare to apply to a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Graduate Program. This program will help you learn more about the field through faculty lectures, field trips and hands-on activities. Students will receive advice on how to prepare now for this growing field from academic advisors and professionals in the field. You will tour the Functional Human Anatomy and Exercise Physiology Labs, visit the Graduate Rutgers DPT North Campus, and learn about nutrition and a healthy lifestyle through a hands-on cooking demonstration.
We wish you and your family a happy, healthy, and educational summer!