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Summer Youth Academies

The University of New Haven invites local youth to participate in innovative and individualized summer programs.

We strive to provide students with high quality instruction and programming. An enthusiastic and dedicated staff will be on hand to provide an exciting and safe learning environment for each student. Enrollment is limited and applications will be accepted in the order they are received.

Questions?

Contact Conference Services by phone at (203) 479-4223 or email conferences@newhaven.edu.

All Girls Math Academy

All Girls Math Academy

The math camp for girls is a six-day summer camp whose curriculum includes seminars by University of New Haven faculty on special topics in mathematics and computer science.

Undergraduate

Crime Scene Investigation Academy

The CSI Academy is like stepping into the real world of crime scene investigation and getting hands-on experience with the techniques and technology seen in TV and movies.

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GenCyber Agent Academy

GenCyber Agent Academy is the first GenCyber camp in Connecticut and is open to 20 male and 20 female applicants.

Undergraduate

Enginering & Science Summer Experience

Participants in the program discover the excitement of working on engineering and science projects in a university environment

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Film and Television Academy

Gain hands-on experience and learn the craft of filmmaking and television production during this week long program.

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The Newsroom

The University of New Haven is offering a week-long intensive journalism academy that puts high school students on the ground and running toward their journalism careers.

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Summer Business Academy

The Summer Business Academy has the objectives of acquainting college aspirants with career opportunities in business, college life, our economy, and more!

eam-Based Enginering and Manufacturing

Team-Based Enginering and Manufacturing

The TEAM Summer Camp, sponsored by Sikorsky, will introduce high school students to authentic engineering pratices.