Engineering Camp 2024
Sunday, June 23 to Friday, June 28, 2024
- Sunday, June 23
- 3 p.m.: Drop-off students, camp begins
- Friday, June 28
- noon: Pick-up students, camp concludes
Engineering Camp welcomes students who will have completed grades seven through 11 by the summer of the camp. Campers are placed in age-appropriate sections. Acceptance is subject to a review of teacher and guidance counselor recommendations.
How to Apply
Step 1: Complete the online Application form.
Step 2: Have one teacher and your guidance counselor complete the Teacher Recommendation and Counselor Approval forms.
Tuition & Aid
Tuition for a single residential student: $1,250
Tuition includes instruction and related course materials, laboratory and classroom supplies, housing and all meals.
Need-based financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Contact email@example.com for more information about financial aid.
Housing and Meals
Students are housed in residence halls on the Bucknell campus with 24/7 supervision by counselors. Meals are provided by Bucknell Dining Services.
Shuttles travel to Newark, N.J.; Castle, Del.; Baltimore, Md. and Harrisburg, Pa. For more information about shuttle services email firstname.lastname@example.org
During camp, you will live in a typical first-year residence hall room with a roommate. If you know someone else coming to camp, you can elect to room with them. You will eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in the all-you-care-to-enjoy cafeteria. A typical day is as follows:
- 7:30 a.m.: Students are responsible for getting up and ready, eating and getting to their first camp session on time
- 8 a.m.: Breakfast
- 8:30 a.m.–noon: Morning instruction, involving lectures, demonstrations and/or laboratory experiences, typically divided into several shorter periods
- Noon–12:50 p.m.: Lunch. Students are escorted to lunch and given free time after eating. Students are responsible for returning to camp sessions on time
- 1–4:15 p.m.: Afternoon instruction, involving lectures, demonstrations and/or laboratory experiences, typically divided into several shorter periods
- 4:30–5:30 p.m.: Activity. Students can participate in a number of athletic or other activities accompanied by a counselor
- 6–7 p.m.: Dinner. Students return to housing accompanied by a counselor
- 7–9 p.m.: Organized evening activities
- 9 p.m.: Free time in residence halls
- 11 p.m.: Lights out
For More Information, Contact:
Erin Jablonski, Director of Pre-College Engineering Programs