I Think Camps
Kids on Campus
MSUB Young Scholars Summer Series

2016 MSU Billings Summer Programs for Youth

 

Kids on CampusStudents entering the 4th through 8th grades

 

I THINK Camps: Independent thinkers in 2nd through 12th grade

 

Young Scholars Summer SeriesHigh school aged students entering 9th through 12th grade

 

The 2016 Summer Camp Guide will be available online by the end of February 2016. If you have any questions, please email l.gittingscarlson@msubillings.edu.

 

MSUB’s Kids on Campus, I THINK Camps, and the Young Scholars Summer Series are fun, safe, educational ways for youth and young adults to spend the summer months.

 

Why choose a summer youth program for your child?  Here are just a few reasons:

  • Programs take place on MSUB main campus, MSUB Extended Campus (downtown), or at City College, so students experience what it’s like to be on a college campus.
  • All of our summer programs are taught by K-12 educators or MSUB faculty members.  They are highly qualified, professional educators who are experts in their fields.
  • Each program is geared toward specific ages that are educationally relevant; they are academics-based, but fun, so your children continue learning throughout the summer. 

Cancellations, Transfers, and Refunds

In the event that a summer program does not meet the minimum number of participants, it will be cancelled and parents will be called at least 5 (five) days prior to the start of the camp. In the event a camp is cancelled, a full refund will be given or the fee can be transferred to pay for a different camp. We purchase supplies and hire staff according to enrollment, so if you must cancel your child’s registration, you will receive a full refund if it is cancelled 5 (five) business days prior to the starting date of a summer camp. After this date there will be no refunds.  Cancellations must be called in and cannot be emailed. 

 

Scholarship Fund

We will have a scholarship fund again this year.  Applications are due no later than May 27, 2016. To learn more and for an application, go here.

 

MSUB Extended Campus is pleased to offer scholarships for youth interested in attending summer programs. The summer scholarship program is available to students who can demonstrate financial need. It was established to assist young people with the desire to attend a summer camp at the University but whose families have limited financial resources.

 

Scholarships are for 70% of the camp tuition. Students are limited to one scholarship per summer. Students who are given scholarships, but do not attend their summer camp will be ineligible for future summer camp scholarships. If you are interested in donating to this Fund, please call Laura at 406-896-5882 or email l.gittingscarlson@msubillings.edu. Your gift is tax deductible.

 

a student learning CPR at a babysitting camp

Check out some of the highlights from our Summer Youth Programs below or visit our Facebook page.  Like our Facebook page to keep up to date with our educational offerings.

 

  • Chief Forshee assisting at CSI Camp

  • Lego Robotics

  • Raspberry Pi Camp

  • Art Camp

  • Babysitting Camp

  • Sizzling Science Sampler

  • Battle Bots

  • Lego Robotics Session II

  • Lego Robotics Session I

  • Junior Lego Robotics

  • Fashionista 101

Youth Summer Program Guide

The following guide is organized into the three different types of programs offered by date, including I THINK CAMPS, Kids on Campus Camps, and Youth Scholars Summer Series.

 


 

Type of Program

Programs for:

# of Programs Available

I THINK CAMPS

Students entering 2-3 grades

1 camp available

I THINK CAMPS

Students entering 4-8 grades

4 camp available

I THINK CAMPS

Students entering 6-8 grades

1 camp available

I THINK CAMPS

Students entering 6-9 grades

2 camps available

I THINK CAMPS

Students entering 8-12 grades

1 camp available

Kids on Campus

Students entering 4-6 grades

4 camps available

Kids on Campus

Students entering 6-8 grades

2 camps available

Kids on Campus

Students entering 6-9 grades

1 camps available

Kids on Campus

Students entering 7-8 grades

1 camp available

Kids on Campus

Students entering 7-9 grades

6 camps available

Young Scholars Summer Series

Students entering 9-12 grades

4 programs available

 

Camps for GIRLS ONLY

3 programs available

 

 

Summer Reading List
Reading List for Kids