The Ultimate Guide for Summer Camps
Posted on April 16, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .
DelVal offers many summer camps so that you can continue your educational experience year-round. Spend your summer participating in courses that you’ve always wanted to take or get a jump on your credits for next semester. Whether you’re interested in credit classes, noncredit classes or even if you’re not a college student, there’s a DelVal summer camp for everyone.
Keep reading to learn more information about the variety of summer camps available at DelVal.
Summer Credit Schedules
There are summer credit courses available to DelVal students as well as visiting college students and visiting high school students. Courses fall under three different terms: Summer (12 weeks), Summer I (six weeks) and Summer II (six weeks). These courses are available both online and on campus and include the following disciplines: biology, business administration, chemistry, education, English, liberal arts, mathematics and physics.
KidsU! is a program where children of many different ages participate in various activities within the classroom, on the athletic fields and on multi-purpose space on the DelVal campus. The camp is run through sessions on Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Campers can either bring lunch or purchase it from the dining hall.
The sessions that are offered include the following: CEO Kids; Day in the Life; Horse Riding; Lego WeDo Construction; Make It and Take It; Next Stop… Broadway; NASTAR; and Sports Smash.
Download a registration form and submit your non-refundable $50 deposit to hold a spot for your child with the balance of the session due in early May. You’ll learn more information and receive more forms when you submit your payment.
Visit our website for descriptions of the various camps that we offer.
Personal Enrichment Certificates and Courses
The noncredit certificates and courses offered at DelVal are meant to help you grow intellectually and provide skills that you can utilize for years to come. There’s a wide range of courses taught by professionals from DelVal as well as members of the community. You don’t need a college degree to register for a class.
Certifications are available in equine massage therapy and food safety. Noncredit courses include art and architecture, beekeeping, business and marketing, computer technology, culinary and food, culture, languages and personal development, Ed2Go, equine, health professions and sustainable living.
Take advantage of these wonderful opportunities that DelVal offers in the summer. Enrich your life by taking a course or certification that you’ve always wanted to learn more about or take your child to one of the summer camps for some educational fun. No matter what you choose, you’ll feel more satisfied and fulfilled by the end of the summer.