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SRU to host 20+ summer camps

Slippery Rock University will host over 20 summer camps and conferences through August, from workshops around growing edible gardens to music camps.

The SRU summer camps and conferences include:

  • SRU Co-Ed Volleyball Camp, June 7-10, at the Aebersold Student Recreation Center. In this three-day event, students will train at their level in volleyball while building on individual and team skill development.
  • Macoskey Center Summer Camps Week 1: Nature Fairytales 2.0, June 10-12, at the Macoskey Center.
  • SRU Forge Dance Intensive, June 16-29, across the SRU campus. An 11-day dance intensive camp. This program currently has a waitlist.
  • Rock Women's Basketball Girls Youth Clinic, June 17-19, at the Morrow Field House. A clinic offering up-and-coming girls basketball players the opportunity to focus on improving their skills while learning from SRU coaches and players.
  • Poplar Music Pedagogy Session 2, June 17-21, at the Swope Music Building. A workshop which serves as an introduction to modern band programs at all levels.
  • SRU Drum Major Camp, June 23-28, across the SRU campus. A six-day intensive for students in grades 7-12 interested in building skills as current or future drum major.
  • Macoskey Center Summer Camps Week 2: Farm to Fork-Let's Get Growing, June 24-26, at the Macoskey Center. Learn how to plan, prepare and plant gardens.
  • SRU Choral Conducting Workshop, June 24-28, at the Swope Music Building. This workshop delves into the contemporary research and application of culturally responsive teaching within choral arts.
  • SRU Voice Academy, June 24-28, across the SRU campus. An opportunity for high school and undergraduate students to refine their singing skills in classical and musical theater styles.
  • SRU Jazz Academy, June 24-28, across the SRU campus.
  • SRU Conversational Solfege Certification 1 & 2, June 24-28, at the Swope Music Building. A hybrid course on conversational solfege.
  • Rock Men's Basketball Co-Ed Youth Skills Clinic #1, June 24-25, at the Morrow Field House. A clinic offering up-and-coming boys basketball players the opportunity to focus on improving their skills while learning from Slippery Rock coaches and players.
  • Rock Football Relentless Prospect Camp #2, June 27, at the Mihalik-Thompson Stadium.
  • SRU Windstars 1 Workshop, June 29, in the Swope Music Building Recital Hall, Room 135. This workshop offers students the opportunity to play instruments and learn how to structure pre-band lessons.
  • SRU Volleyball Girl's Skills Camp, July 7-10, at the Aebersold Recreation Center and Morrow Field House. Under the direction of Laurie Lokash, Slippery Rock University women's head volleyball coach, students will engage in a combination of individual and team skills. This program currently has a waitlist.
  • Macoskey Center Summer Camps Week 3: Nature Explorers, July 15-17, at the Macoskey Center.
  • Field Hockey Day Camp, July 21, at the Mihalik-Thompson Stadium.
  • Macoskey Center Summer Camps Week 4: Farm to Fork-Let's Get Cooking, July 29-31, at the Macoskey Center. Learn how to plan, prepare and plant gardens.
  • Rock Men's Basketball Co-Ed Youth Skills Clinic #2, Aug. 1-2, at the Morrow Field House. A clinic offering up-and-coming boys basketball players the opportunity to focus on improving their skills while learning from SRU coaches and players.
  • Rock Men's Basketball Elite Prospect Camp, Aug. 4, at the Morrow Field House.
  • Rock Women's Basketball Elite Camp, Aug. 17, at the Morrow Field House.

More information about summer camps, including links to register, is available on the SRU website.

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