June 14, 2016, BY Matthew Beltz

Students on campus during the summer.
Thousands of visitors will make their way to the Bucknell campus for the many activities being held over the summer.

Bucknell University will host nearly 50 summer events that will bring more than 4,000 visitors to campus. These programs will run daily through July 30.

Several of these events are summer camps and clinics that are run through the Division of Athletics. A complete listing of athletic camps, with specific web pages dedicated to individual camps, can be found on the athletics website. Individual sport programs running camps or other special activities over the summer include baseball, men's and women's basketball, field hockey, football, men's and women's lacrosse, men's soccer, track & field, water polo and wrestling.

Other highlights of the summer schedule include the engineering camp (June 26-July 1), the chemistry camp (July 10-13) and Project Catalyst for engineering educators, also referred to as the E3 workshop (July 20-22). The college admissions workshop, which is for children of Bucknell alumni, faculty and staff, will be held June 30 and July 1, while the Project Lead the Way summer core training program is slated for July 25 to Aug. 5.

More information on the summer conferences program at Bucknell University can be found by visiting the summer conference website or by calling the Office of Events Management at 570-577-3095.