Summer Camps at St. Andrews University
The following are a list of camps available this summer at St. Andrews University
Join us this summer as St. Andrews University hosts a Summer Camp designed for students who are interested in eSports!
The Knights eSports camp will be held June 20-26, 2021 in our very own eSports facility, at our beautiful lakeside campus in Laurinburg, North Carolina. Rising freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school may apply to participate in this 6-day camp. This camp is designed for students who have an interest in playing eSports in college or have a love for gaming. Students will be living in campus residence halls for the program and will work alongside eSports Head Coach, Denzel Vaughan (or Coach Denny) and some of our current eSports athletes. Students will have a daily lecture, experience playing and working in our eSports and Game Art & Design lab. Students will dive deep into lecture topics on Strategies in Gaming, and Cognitive Awareness Training, as well as the Health, Mental Health, and Wellness of a day-to-day college eSports athlete. Students will also have a chance to meet other students who may be considering attending St. Andrews, swim in our pool, play beach volleyball, compete, and playing in our eSports facility. Housing, meals, trips, and expenses are included in the price of the program. The cost is $850 for each student.
To participate, students must complete an interest form at sa.edu
Deadline to sign up: June 1
Veterinary Science Camp
This summer, St. Andrews University will host a summer camp designed for students who are interested in Veterinary Studies! The first session will be held June 20-26 and the second session will be held July 11-17, 2021 at our beautiful lakeside campus in Laurinburg, North Carolina. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors in High School may apply to participate in this 6-day camp. This camp is designed for students who are considering future undergraduate and graduate courses of study and careers in Veterinary Science and Biology. Students will be living in campus residence halls for the program and will work alongside In-Residence Veterinarian Dr. Laura Kellam. Students will have daily lectures, experience in our 20,000 square foot open science lab, and work hands-on with equine patients at our 300+ acre university Equestrian Center. Students will dive deep into lecture topics on Equine Dentistry, Cardiology, Ophthalmology, and Equine Health and Wellness. Students will also have a chance to visit the Asheboro Zoo and local farms as part of the program. Upon completion of the program, students will earn a certificate showing over 40 hours of learning from the camp to build their portfolio along with a journal. Housing, meals, trips, and expenses are included in the price of the program. This is a non-riding camp and the cost is $1500 for each student.