Campus Conference Programs

Bring Your Next Camp or Conference to FGCU!

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Summer 2021 Camp List

 

  • Women's Soccer - 2021 Blankenship ID Camp- June 5th

    The ID Camp is designed for the serious high school soccer player who is looking to be successful at the next level. A separate goalkeeping curriculum will be in place to address the needs of our keepers. Jim Blankenship’s approach with campers is the same as with his college players and the success of this approach is displayed in the 9 A-Sun Conference Titles and 6 trips to the NCAA Tournament that FGCU has garnered over the last 10 seasons.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • BEaM Camp 1- June 8th- June 18th

    The BEaM Program assists incoming freshmen develop math proficiency and study skills to prepare them for engineering coursework. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the BEaM Program will be online. Students will complete their FTIC orientation prior to the start of the BEaM Program.

  • Men's Basketball - Michael Fly Team Camp I- June 12-June 13

    The FGCU Team Camp has attracted an average of 70 teams from all over the states of Florida and Georgia during the past six years and has continued to grow as rapidly as the basketball program itself. Team Camp has been an important part of the recruiting process here at FGCU as multiple team camp participants now fill the roster of a program that has won 4 league titles in 5 seasons, won 20-plus games in each of the last 6 seasons, played in 5 ASUN Title Games in 6 years, and has won 3 NCAA Tournament games in 3 tournament appearances since 2013.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Men's Basketball - Michael Fly Team Camp II- June 19th-June 20th

    The FGCU Team Camp has attracted an average of 70 teams from all over the states of Florida and Georgia during the past six years and has continued to grow as rapidly as the basketball program itself. Team Camp has been an important part of the recruiting process here at FGCU as multiple team camp participants now fill the roster of a program that has won 4 league titles in 5 seasons, won 20-plus games in each of the last 6 seasons, played in 5 ASUN Title Games in 6 years, and has won 3 NCAA Tournament games in 3 tournament appearances since 2013.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Summer Research Opportunity (RSO)- June 21st-July 2nd

    Summer Research Opportunity (SRO) is a two-week virtual event for middle school students interested in STEM. Students must have participated in the Thomas Alva Edison Regional Science Fair. SRO offers a hands-on experience of collaboration on a complete and genuine research problem from hypothesis generation and initial design, through field and laboratory data collection, culminating in data analysis and interpretation. In 2021, The Bone Weathering Simulator is designed to introduce STEM students to the effect that geological, environmental, and human induced movement has on bone preservation by bringing hands-on learning to their homes. SRO is possible due to a generous donation from the Daitch Family.

  • Women's Soccer - 2021 Blankenship Elite Jr. Camp- June 21st-June 24th

    The Jr. Elite camp focuses mainly on the technical education and development of players age 10-13. Tactical ideas will be introduced as well. The goal is to get young players to the next level as they prepare for all of their future successes in the game. Jim Blankenship’s approach with campers is the same as with his college players and the success of this approach is displayed in the 9 A-Sun Conference Titles and 6 trips to the NCAA Tournament that FGCU has garnered over the last 10 seasons.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Swim - FGCU Eagle Swim Camp Technique Week 1- June 21st-June 24th

    Eagle Swim Camps are led by FGCU Head Swimming and Diving Coach, Dave Rollins. Rollins has been coaching for over 10 years and has coached 2016 and 2017 World Championship Team Members, 2016 Rio Olympian, NCAA All-Americans as well as numerous collegiate conference champions and high school All-Americans. Rollins will be joined by members of the 10-time, CCSA Conference Champion FGCU Eagle swimming team and coaching staff. Camps will be focused on teaching, refining and reinforcing elite swimming technique. Campers will walk away from camp with a deeper understanding of their strokes as well as their starts, turns and finishes.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • STEM Academy 2021- June 21st-July 2nd

    STEM Academy's mission is to improve our students' future outlook by increasing their exposure to opportunities in STEM careers, and improving their math skills.

     

    Academy Objectives:
           Improve students' skills in mathematics,
           Expose students to real-world math and its application in related career fields;
           Increase the students' awareness of STEM fields;
           Expose students to processes that will increase their likelihood of being accepted into college;
           Expose students to practicing professionals in STEM fields;
           Create internship opportunities for academy participants.

  • Women's Soccer - 2021 Blankenship Day Camp- June 21st-June 25th

    Our day camp is designed for players wanting to learn the fundamental skills of soccer.  Individual instruction emphasizes the use of correct techniques. Jim Blankenship’s approach with campers is the same as with his college players and the success of this approach is displayed in the 9 A-Sun Conference Titles and 6 trips to the NCAA Tournament that FGCU has garnered over the last 10 seasons.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Men's Basketball - Michael Fly Individual Camp- June 21st-June 25th

    The camp will focus on individual skill development as well developing a positive growth mindset and championship work ethic. Campers will learn individual skill programs that NBA players follow to improve their overall game. Campers will participate in skill drill stations, encouraging discussions, classroom sessions focused on goal setting and character building, skill contests and fun games and scrimmages. We will also provide a camp bank account so that parents can deposit money for their child to use at the concession stand throughout the camp.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • BEaM Camp 2- June 22nd-July 2nd

    The BEaM Program assists incoming freshmen develop math proficiency and study skills to prepare them for engineering coursework. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the BEaM Program will be online. Students will complete their FTIC orientation prior to the start of the BEaM Program.

  • Swim - FGCU Eagle Elite Training Camp- June 25th-June 28th

    Eagle Swim Camps are led by FGCU Head Swimming and Diving Coach, Dave Rollins. Rollins has been coaching for over 10 years and has coached 2016 and 2017 World Championship Team Members, 2016 Rio Olympian, NCAA All-Americans as well as numerous collegiate conference champions and high school All-Americans. Rollins will be joined by members of the 10 time, CCSA Conference Champion FGCU Eagle swimming team and coaching staff. Camps will be focused on teaching, refining and reinforcing elite swimming technique. Campers will walk away from camp with a deeper understanding of their strokes as well as their starts, turns and finishes.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Men's Soccer - College Prep ID Clinic 1 2021- June 25th-June 27th

    The College Preparatory ID Clinic is designed for high school age players looking to experience the level of a NCAA Division I program including dynamic training sessions, an introduction to strength and conditioning, and competitive games. Players will receive information regarding the NCAA eligibility process.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Coding Camp 2021- June 28th-July 1st

    The FGCU Summer Coding Academy aims to introduce programming to middle school students. The academy plans to teach computer coding to middle school students in an active, team-based, and interactive learning approach that is effective and fun. Our middle schooler coding camp is a four (4) day program that teaches programming using Scratch, Python and implementing coding with mBot, a miniature robot. Our students will also have the unique opportunity to interact with speakers from the Arthrex programming team who will share their experiences and challenges in current, cutting-edge technology involving computer programming.

  • Men's Soccer - Boys Day Camp Experience- June 28th-July 2nd

    The Day Camp is designed for grade school age players looking to experience and exciting week of ‘futbol’ passion, including dynamic games, technical training, and World Cup matches

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Immokalee Camp (STEM) Week 2- June 28th-July 1st

    The Immokalee Foundation STEM camp introduces rising 7th and 8th grade middle schools students to hands-on activities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics through a four week (Monday – Thursday) day camp.  This year the camp will be virtual in Week 1 and held on campus in Week 2. Students will be working through fun math activities to prepare them for STEM courses in high school and will be introduced to chemistry through demonstrations (week 1) and hands on activities (week 2). In weeks 3 and 4 students will be raising their awareness of the environment with environmental and marine science activities both on the FGCU campus and at the Vester field station.
    Week 1: June 21-24
    Week 2: June 28-July 1
    Week 3: July 6-8
    Week 4: July 12-15

  • COE EDUCamp- June 28th-July 2nd

    EDUCamp is a summer camp designed for those who are interested in careers in education. The camp is designed to help students understand the teaching profession and will assist students with lesson plan development with the opportunity to bring their plans to life. Each day will also include a fun campus experience to enjoy the FGCU campus, and get to know other future educators.

  • Coding Camp- June 28th-July 1st

    The FGCU Summer Coding Academy aims to introduce programming to middle school students. The academy plans to teach computer coding to middle school students in an active, team-based, and interactive learning approach that is effective and fun. Our middle schooler coding camp is a four (4) day program that teaches programming using Scratch, Python and implementing coding with mBot, a miniature robot. Our students will also have the unique opportunity to interact with speakers from the Arthrex programming team who will share their experiences and challenges in current, cutting-edge technology involving computer programming.

  • Immokalee Camp (Entrepreneurship) Week 2- June 28th-July 1st

    Florida Gulf Coast University’s Daveler & Kauanui School of Entrepreneurship (DKE) will facilitate a 4-week entrepreneurship summer camp for students supported by the Immokalee Foundation beginning in late June. 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 DKE believes in introducing the theories of entrepreneurship to students as early as possible since it allows them to develop greater critical thinking skills. Additionally, this education prepares students to succeed when moving into higher education and the work force.   

    During the camp, students identify a problem or opportunity and create a sustainable business model using the Lean Startup Method, as well as a prototype and pitch. Students work with DKE Faculty, Staff, and Mentors to learn the entrepreneurial mindset and critically examine problems to create innovative solutions. The camp offers a blend of entrepreneurial instruction and execution. In order to create a viable new business idea, students will develop surveys and conduct interviews to achieve customer validation of their ideas as well as create functional websites and prototypes. Following the program, student teams pitch their ideas to a panel of external judges, and top teams are awarded scholarship money from the Immokalee Foundation. 

  • Immokalee Camp (Health Sciences) Week 2- June 28th-July 1st

    The Marieb College of Health and Human Services will be partnering with the Immokalee Foundation to provide a health science summer camp for 9th and 10th grade students.  The camp will feature speakers from every department in Marieb College and include hands-on activities relating to nursing skills, anatomy, microbiology, exercise science, and physical and occupational therapy. Participants will have the opportunity to discover potential interests in the healthcare field while exploring the offerings at Florida Gulf Coast University.

  • Swim - FGCU Eagle Swim Camp Technique Week 2- June 29th-July 2nd

    Eagle Swim Camps are led by FGCU Head Swimming and Diving Coach, Dave Rollins. Rollins has been coaching for over 10 years and has coached 2016 and 2017 World Championship Team Members, 2016 Rio Olympian, NCAA All-Americans as well as numerous collegiate conference champions and high school All-Americans. Rollins will be joined by members of the 10-time, CCSA Conference Champion FGCU Eagle swimming team and coaching staff. Camps will be focused on teaching, refining and reinforcing elite swimming technique. Campers will walk away from camp with a deeper understanding of their strokes as well as their starts, turns and finishes.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Women's Volleyball - Session #1 Attacking Day Camp- July 6th

    The Attacking Day Camp is dedicated to all concepts related to attacking. We will breakdown both the approach and the arm swing in an effort to highlight proper technique for each. Our coaches will introduce training methods that will help expand your attack range and court vision. Learn how to hit harder, and smarter. Players will have an opportunity to work within positional groups as we breakdown outside, middle and right side responsibilities/techniques. This camp is designed for athletes entering grades 6-12.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Immokalee Camp (STEM) Week 3- July 6th-8th

    The Attacking Day Camp is dedicated to all concepts related to attacking. We will breakdown both the approach and the arm swing in an effort to highlight proper technique for each. Our coaches will introduce training methods that will help expand your attack range and court vision. Learn how to hit harder, and smarter. Players will have an opportunity to work within positional groups as we breakdown outside, middle and right side responsibilities/techniques. This camp is designed for athletes entering grades 6-12.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Immokalee Camp (Health Sciences) Week 3- July 6th-8th

    The Marieb College of Health and Human Services will be partnering with the Immokalee Foundation to provide a health science summer camp for 9th and 10th grade students.  The camp will feature speakers from every department in Marieb College and include hands-on activities relating to nursing skills, anatomy, microbiology, exercise science, and physical and occupational therapy. Participants will have the opportunity to discover potential interests in the healthcare field while exploring the offerings at Florida Gulf Coast University.

  • Women's Volleyball - Session #2 All Skills Camp- July 9th-July 11th

    The All Skills Camp is open to ages 9-17. Players will be grouped by skill level at which point high repetition training will guide our sessions.  Our emphasis is on maintaining a fast paced and challenging environment that will foster skill development and player growth. Coaches will cover all phases of the game and positional specific opportunities will be presented within each session.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Immokalee Camp (Health Sciences) Week 4- July 12th-July 15th

    The Marieb College of Health and Human Services will be partnering with the Immokalee Foundation to provide a health science summer camp for 9th and 10th grade students.  The camp will feature speakers from every department in Marieb College and include hands-on activities relating to nursing skills, anatomy, microbiology, exercise science, and physical and occupational therapy. Participants will have the opportunity to discover potential interests in the healthcare field while exploring the offerings at Florida Gulf Coast University.

  • Immokalee Camp (Entrepreneurship) Week 4- July 12th-July 15th

    Florida Gulf Coast University’s Daveler & Kauanui School of Entrepreneurship (DKE) will facilitate a 4-week entrepreneurship summer camp for students supported by the Immokalee Foundation beginning in late June. 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 DKE believes in introducing the theories of entrepreneurship to students as early as possible since it allows them to develop greater critical thinking skills. Additionally, this education prepares students to succeed when moving into higher education and the work force.   

    During the camp, students identify a problem or opportunity and create a sustainable business model using the Lean Startup Method, as well as a prototype and pitch. Students work with DKE Faculty, Staff, and Mentors to learn the entrepreneurial mindset and critically examine problems to create innovative solutions. The camp offers a blend of entrepreneurial instruction and execution. In order to create a viable new business idea, students will develop surveys and conduct interviews to achieve customer validation of their ideas as well as create functional websites and prototypes. Following the program, student teams pitch their ideas to a panel of external judges, and top teams are awarded scholarship money from the Immokalee Foundation. 

  • Immokalee Camp (STEM) Week 4- July 12th-July 15th

    The Immokalee Foundation STEM camp introduces rising 7th and 8th grade middle schools students to hands-on activities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics through a four week (Monday – Thursday) day camp.  This year the camp will be virtual in Week 1 and held on campus in Week 2. Students will be working through fun math activities to prepare them for STEM courses in high school and will be introduced to chemistry through demonstrations (week 1) and hands on activities (week 2). In weeks 3 and 4 students will be raising their awareness of the environment with environmental and marine science activities both on the FGCU campus and at the Vester field station.
    Week 1: June 21-24
    Week 2: June 28-July 1
    Week 3: July 6-8
    Week 4: July 12-15

  • Women's Volleyball - Session #3 All Skills Camp- July 13th-July 14th

    The All Skills Camp is open to ages 9-17. Players will be grouped by skill level at which point high repetition training will guide our sessions. Our emphasis is on maintaining a fast paced and challenging environment that will foster skill development and player growth. Coaches will cover all phases of the game and positional specific opportunities will be presented within each session.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Frosh Mosh- July 13th-July 18th

    The Frosh Mosh Multicultural and Leadership Development Institute is a semester-long experience. Students participate in a three-day immersive weekend during the summer that introduces them to social justice issues and leadership concepts through guided discussions and activities facilitated by peer mentors. Participants continue their growth and development throughout the Fall semester, becoming acclimated to life at FGCU while learning about opportunities and building community. During the summer component of the program, students will stay in Eagle Hall in South Village, enjoy meals in the South Village dining hall, and participate in a plethora of leadership development, team building, and social justice workshops and activities across campus. 

  • Women's Volleyball - Session #4 All Skills Camp- July 16th-July 18th

    The All Skills Camp is open to ages 9-17. Players will be grouped by skill level at which point high repetition training will guide our sessions. Our emphasis is on maintaining a fast paced and challenging environment that will foster skill development and player growth. Coaches will cover all phases of the game and positional specific opportunities will be presented within each session.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Vester Camp Session #1- July 19th-July 23rd

    Campers will spend five days in the classroom, laboratory, and field learning about one of the most diverse and productive ecosystems in the world. Led by our qualified, cheerful, and friendly staff of FGCU graduate students, campers will track hurricanes, restore mangroves, and join the next generation of scientists.

  • Mathletes - Session 1- July 19th-July 23rd

    During Session 1 Mathletes Co-Directors will guide students as they investigate how linear, quadratic and exponential functions used to engineer, model and analyze real-world phenomena. Students will learn how to interpret graphs, which are used for everyday purposes as well as engineering analysis.  Students will explore how linear data and regression line can be used to approximate an exact relationship between variables that are related in a linear fashion. Students will learn about hydraulic systems and build a hydraulic arm/lift using syringes, tubing and water to create a hydraulic system. Students will also learn the concept of Hooke's law and how it relates to many interesting applications of mechanical engineering. Lastly, students will explore projectile motion, collect data and write a quadratic equation of a catapult’s trajectory. 

  • SOAR Summer Bridge Program- July 19th-July 30th

    The TRIO Student Support Services SOAR Summer Bridge program is a two-week, in-person and virtual program designed to familiarize new SSS scholars with the college environment and set them up for personal and academic success. During the SOAR Summer Bridge program, participants will participate in virtual sessions related to personal and academic development, and have the opportunity participate in in-person teambuilding events.

  • Women's Volleyball - Session #5 Ball Control/1st Contact Day Camp- July 20th

    The Ball Control/ 1st Contact Day Camp is designed for athletes entering grades 6-12. Ball control is the foundation of our sport and this camp will prioritize all skills related to improving that area. From serve receive to floor defense, our coaches will create a high-repetition environment with a technical focus. From forearm and overhead passing to digging and rolling, campers will learn a variety of systems and styles to help take their game to the next level. For players looking to train specifically within the libero position, we will also include position specific sessions that will dive deeper into that role.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Men's Soccer - College Prep ID Clinic 2 2021- July 23rd-July 25th

    The College Preparatory ID Clinic is designed for high school age players looking to experience the level of a NCAA Division I program including dynamic training sessions, an introduction to strength and conditioning, and competitive games. Players will receive information regarding the NCAA eligibility process.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Women's Volleyball - Session #6 Team Camp- July 23rd-July 25th

    The Team Camp is tailored toward high school programs looking for an opportunity to train as a team in advance of their season. There will be an emphasis on team systems and concepts while also incorporating individual skills training within the sessions. With feedback from each team’s respective coaches (who are encouraged to attend) we will personalize the training focus to reflect the needs of each group. The environment is fast paced, repetition intensive, and constructive. Camp will conclude with tournament play.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Mathletes - Session 2- July 26th-July 30th

    During Session 2 students will continue the hands-on introduction to function modeling. Mathletes Co-Directors will demonstrate mathematics behind sounds, whether from talking, music, an earthquake, a fire or a sonic boom. Students will learn about the types of waves and how they change direction, as well as basic wave properties such as wavelength, frequency, amplitude and speed. Students will learn the basic principles of filtering as well as how to apply digital filters to extract part of an audio signal by using an interactive online demo website. Students will examine the motion of pendulums and will design simple yet accurate timing devices using limited supplies.

  • Women's Soccer - 2021 Blankenship Elite Camp- July 26th-July 29th

    Our Elite College Showcase Camp is designed to improve the skill level and tactical understanding of players ages 14-18. It also serves as an ID Camp for all of the Colleges and Universities represented at camp. Practice sessions will be intense and very competitive to challenge at every level of the player’s ability. This camp is staffed by FGCU Coaches, NCAA Division I/II/III Coaches as well as NAIA Coaches and ODP Coaches.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.

  • Vester Camp Session #2- July 26th-July 30th

    Campers will spend five days in the classroom, laboratory, and field learning about one of the most diverse and productive ecosystems in the world. Led by our qualified, cheerful, and friendly staff of FGCU graduate students, campers will track hurricanes, restore mangroves, and join the next generation of scientists.

  • Women's Volleyball - Session #7 Boot Camp- July 27th

    Boot camp is designed for athletes entering grades 6-12. This camp is designed to touch on all of the primary skills of volleyball over the course of a single day. Coaches will cover each phase of the game and the pace will be fast and efficient with an emphasis on maximizing repetition. This is a great opportunity to fine tune your overall skills prior to upcoming tryouts.

     

    To register for this camp, visit the camp website here.