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Campus Conference Programs

Bring Your Next Camp or Conference to FGCU!

Due to the recent CDC recommendations regarding gatherings of 10 or more people, Campus Reservations will not be scheduling any events for more than 10 people until after July 31st, 2020.  This date is subject to change based on guidance provided by health and safety officials.  In the meantime, Campus Reservations is more than happy to work with each event contact on rescheduling their events to later dates.  Please e-mail us at rmsched@fgcu.edu or give us a call at (239) 590-1090.

 

    FGCU is Hosting Virtual Summer Camps and Conferences!

  • Bootcamp for Engineering and Mathematics " BEaM" Camp 1

    Host: U.A. Whitaker College of Engineering

    Camp dates: June 2nd- June 12th

    BEaM is a two-week program that helps incoming freshmen develop math proficiency and study skills to prepare them for engineering and construction management coursework. This year the program moved to an online format due to the pandemic. 

  • The Immokalee Foundation Entrepreneurship Camp

    Host: Institute for Entrepreneurship

    Camp dates: June15th- July 9th

    Florida Gulf Coast University’s Institute for Entrepreneurship will facilitate a 4-week entrepreneurship summer camp for students supported by the Immokalee Foundation. The goal of this camp is to help students think critically, expand their entrepreneurship vocabulary, increase skills in career research, planning, and goal setting, and to improve presentation and communication skills. 

  • The FGCU TRIO Talent Search Program's High School Virtual Summer Camp

    Host: TRIO Services

    Camp dates: June 15th- June 19th

    The FGCU TRIO Talent Search Program is federally funded to provide assistance to middle and high school students, who have the potential to become first generation college students. The high school virtual summer camp will provide college readiness activities, such as ACT preparation for rising 11th and 12th grade students, and College & Career Exploration for rising 9th and 10th grade students. To be eligible to participate, summer camp participants must be current FGCU TRIO Talent Search participants, who attend either Dunbar High School or East Lee County High School. For more information, please contact Dr. Angela J. Corley, Project Director for the FGCU TRIO Talent Search Program at acorley@fgcu.edu.

  • The Immokalee Foundation STEM Camp 1

    Host: Whitaker Center and College of Arts and Sciences

    Camp dates: June 15th- June 25th

    Now in its second year, the Whitaker Center for STEM Education is pleased to offer rising 7th and 8th graders selected through The Immokalee Foundation a STEM summer camp experience. This year’s experience will be offered virtually in morning sessions. The first two weeks of camp (M-Th June 15-25)  will include Math sessions with games led by Math instructor Ms. Maggie Swanson and FGCU Math Ed. alumni Ms. Sydney Trombly and Chemistry sessions featuring demonstrations and experiments with Chemistry professor Dr. Alejandro Bugarin along with two FGCU student assistants. 

  • Bootcamp for Engineering and Mathematics " BEaM" Camp 2

    Host: U.A. Whitaker College of Engineering

    Camp dates: June 6th- June 26th

    BEaM is a two-week program that helps incoming freshmen develop math proficiency and study skills to prepare them for engineering and construction management coursework. This year the program moved to an online format due to the pandemic. 

     

  • The FGCU TRIO Talent Search Program's Middle School Virtual Summer Camp

    Host: TRIO Services

    Camp dates: June 22nd- June 26th

    The FGCU TRIO Talent Search Program is federally funded to provide assistance to middle and high school students, who have the potential to become first generation college students someday. The middle school virtual summer camp will focus on STEM activities. Summer camp participants will learn Coding, and develop skills in computer programming. Additionally, students will participate in STEM Career Exploration. To be eligible to participate, summer camp participants must be current FGCU TRIO Talent Search participants, who attend either Dunbar Middle School or Lehigh Acres Middle School. For more information, please contact Dr. Angela J. Corley, Project Director for the FGCU TRIO Talent Search Program at acorley@fgcu.edu.

  • Summer Research Opportunity - STEM

    Host: Whitaker Center for STEM Education

    Camp dates: June 29th- July 10th

    For over a decade, the Whitaker Center for STEM Education has provided a two week event for middle school students interested in STEM.  The students are participants from the 2020 Edison Regional Science Fair. The Summer Research Opportunity (SRO) is a  a hands-on experience of collaboration with an FGCU STEM Faculty on a complete and genuine research problem from hypothesis generation and initial design, through field and laboratory data collection, and culminating in data analysis and interpretation. 

  • The Immokalee Founation STEM Camp 2

    Host: Whitaker Center and College of Arts and Sciences

    Camp dates: July 6th- July 16th

    Now in its second year, the Whitaker Center for STEM Education is pleased to offer rising 7th and 8th graders selected through The Immokalee Foundation a STEM summer camp experience. This year’s experience will be offered virtually in morning sessions. The second two weeks of camp (M-Th July 6-16) will include several virtual field trips in Environmental Science led by Ecologist Dr. Brian Bovard and his graduate assistant. Students will receive supplies related to each of the sessions so that they can participate in hands-on learning with the faculty while at home. This camp is sponsored by The Immokalee Foundation

  • Frosh Mosh

    Host: Office of Multicultural Leadership Development

    Camp dates: July 17th- July 21st

    The Frosh Mosh Multicultural & Leadership Development Institutes offers incoming students the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills that will help to enhance their collegiate experience through team building activities, student led workshops, as well as multicultural and leadership development seminars.

     

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    SOAR Summer Bridge

    Host: TRIO Services

    Camp dates: July 22nd- July 26th

    SOAR Summer Bridge is a program open to freshman students newly admitted into the Student Support Services (SSS) program. SOAR gives SSS students a head start on their college experience for a smooth transition to FGCU in the fall. The program emphasizes academic preparation and enrichment as well as personal identity development through a variety of programming efforts.