William Peace University Summer Camps offer immersive learning experiences in a variety of disciplines with leading experts in their fields.
Come to our beautiful campus in downtown Raleigh for our immersive learning experiences. Small camp sizes mean you get individualized attention from the brilliant faculty leading the camps. This one-credit hour camp will get you started in earning credit toward your college degree!
Choose from the following concentrations:
- Biology Camp
- Exploring Data With SAS (Business Analytics Camp)
- Exercise and Sport Science Camp
- Complete My Registration Form
- Pay My DepositTo complete registration, you must also pay a $200 nonrefundable deposit. The balance for the camp is due by Saturday, June 1, 2019. You may also choose to pay the full fee at the time of registration.
All parents should us the ID number: 75411 when submitting a payment.
- Complete My Waiver Form
- Camp Dates & Times: June 17-21, 2019; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Payment Deadline: Saturday, June 1, 2019
- Camp Fee: $400 (WPU faculty and staff rate: $350)
- Ages: Rising 9th – 12th grades
- Earn one (1) college credit from William Peace University
Research in Stream Ecology
Faculty: Dr. Lisa Bonner & Dr. Patrick Myer
Camp size: 15 students, maximum
Get hands-on experience doing ecological research in Raleigh’s Crabtree Creek. Work with leading experts who have been studying it for decades and immerse yourself in the exciting world of science. Collect samples on field trips to Crabtree Creek, analyze water samples in the lab, interpret your data and learn to report and present it.
Exploring Data With SAS
Faculty: Dr. Carolyn Nye
Camp size: 15 students, maximum
Data are everywhere—they run our world. But how do you work with data? What do they mean? This camp, co-developed in conjunction with SAS Institute Inc., is designed to introduce you to principles of working with data in a business setting.
Experience Exercise and Sport Science
Faculty: Dr. Elizabeth Lange
Camp size: 12 students
Jump into exercising the mind and body! Come experience Exercise and Sport Science through hands-on learning in exercise, nutrition, sport management, personal fitness, and sport psychology. Through active programming, you will examine the field of exercise and sport science, including physical activity, nutrition, fitness, sport psychology, sport management, and team development realms.
A mix of classroom discussions, exercise, leadership activities, and hands-on experience in the ESS LAB will aid you in exploring the human body and mind through a sport science lens.
- What's Included
- Five (5) days of immersive fun and learning with top-notch faculty on our beautiful campus in downtown Raleigh
- Lunch and two snacks each day
- Excursion to downtown Raleigh
- What Campers Should Bring
- Any medications, clearly labeled
- EpiPen, if applicable
- Sunscreen (for Biology and Exercise & Sport Science camp)
- Socks and athletic shoes (for Biology and Exercise & Sport Science camp)
- Payment PoliciesCamp deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable and will hold your child’s space in the camp until the balance is due on Saturday, June 1, 2019. If the remaining balance is not paid in full by the invoice deadline, your child’s seat in the camp will be cancelled and offered to another camper on the waiting list. You can choose to pay the entire amount or just the non-refundable deposit upon registration. In order to be fair to all our valued campers and parents, no exceptions can be made to this policy.
Payment refunds (except for the non-refundable deposit) will be made up to 14 days before the start of the camp for cancellations. After that time, no refunds can be made. When camps are full, we can put you on a waiting list. Please be sure we have your current email address so that you will receive updates from us.
- Camp PoliciesAccommodations Policy
William Peace University is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. If you have a request for accommodation, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to the start of the camp.
As a summer camp participant, I promise to:
- Treat my fellow campers and staff with kindness, respect, and cooperation in my words and actions at all times and NOT use bullying words or behavior or disrupt the camp experience of others (review all information on bullying and related consequences below).
- Seek help from my camp director and staff in resolving conflict especially if it is something I do not feel I can resolve on my own.
- Respect the property of the university buildings as well as other people’s property
- Notify my camp director or staff immediately if I witness a violation of this policy.