Location: All Cabell County Summer Camps will be held at Marshall University, Science Building Room 207.

Ages: Grades listed include the grade the student will be during the 2023-2024 school year. Each camp will have 24 campers.

Camps are supported through a collaborative network including: West Virginia Science Adventures, Marshall University

Camp costs: Elementary focused camps are 1/2 day camps with snacks provided and cost $145/week. Full and half scholarships are available for these camps.

Scholarships and Marshall employee discounts are available (please email damron40@marshall.edu).

Registration: First, please click the link below to register for the camp. Second, click the purple link under your associated camp that will direct you to the EVENTBRITE Payment page specific to each camp. We ask for payment within 3 days of that email. If you are interested in a scholarship, please email damron40@marshall.edu. We look forward to a great summer of science and engineering!!

Registration is open, first click here to register! After registering, click the purple links below associated with your camp for payment. Camp payment is needed to maintain spot for camps. We will create a waitlist if all slots are filled.

If the link doesn’t work above, enter this into your web browser. https://dynamicforms.ngwebsolutions.com/Submit/Start/b0ed8f8c-f63f-4862-9297-a62053b1d42d?SSO=N


July 10-14 

Minecraft Madness

Grades K-2 9AM-12PM

Grades 3-5 1PM-4PM

Participants will discover the underworld of Minecraft, learning engineering skills along the way. Camp instructional lead educators will guide campers through Minecraft and have challenges in creativity throughout the way.

July 17-21 

Animal Camp: From Tails and Scales and all the furs in-between

Grades K-2 9AM-12PM

Grades 3-5 1PM-4PM

Are you an animal lover? This camp will explore animals in the community and in different environments. Campers will take to the outdoors to find critters around campus and will also get to enjoy the museum of animal collections housed within the College of Science.

July 24-28 

Lego City Imagination Camp

Grades K-2 9AM-12PM

Grades 3-5 1PM-4PM

Participants will build the city of dreams during this fun week of Legos. Camp instructional leaders will challenge participants daily with new builds to help develop engineering skills and to explore their imaginations.

July 31 – August 4  

Mini-Biologist Workshop Camp

Grades K-2 9AM-12PM

Grades 3-5 1PM-4PM

Put on a lab coat and explore biology with us. Participants will engage in hands-on experiments and learn important biological concepts that will help build their STEM minds. We will investigate microbes, chemistry, genetics, physiology, and much more in this very interactive camp.