Join us for summers at CSU Spur!

CSU Spur is launching summer camps to meet the interests of young learners! Whether your student is interested in science, animals, or the arts, CSU Spur offers rotating summer camp opportunities that combine grade-level learning with hands-on fun!

Scholarships are available for students from the 80216 zip code.

Learn more about summer program offerings at CSU Fort Collins for K-12 here.

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2023 summer programs at CSU Spur

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CSU Youth Sports Camp

CSU’s Department of Health and Exercise Science Youth Sports Camps are week-long active summer lifestyle camps offered for ages 5-12. From dance to nutrition to multi-sport experiences, the camps offer something for everyone and ensure campers enjoy a fun-filled active summer while also learning about the CSU Spur facility and programs. Denver registration coming soon! Learn more at

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Kids Do It All

Kids Do It All is a week-long music-theatre program for ages 7-14. CSU’s School of Music, Theatre and Dance guides participants through the entire process of theatre – from playwriting to performance, to design and musical composition – resulting in original plays created and performed by the campers. Camp participants write, design, and compose musical plays entirely on their own, experiencing a practical application of all aspects of theatre from acting, movement, voice, props and scene design, and songwriting.

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Musical theater summer program

CSU’s School of Music, Theatre and Dance offers a week-long program studying musical theatre for ages 14-18. This intensive program is an opportunity to study Musical Theatre with the award-winning faculty of CSU’s Musical Theatre program: Broadway performers Noah Racey (Curtains, Thoroughly Modern Millie) and Patty Goble, (Curtains, Ragtime), have performed in 11+ Broadway shows and have 50 years’ professional experience between them. Students will work on college audition material, bring song interpretation skills to a new level, and study movement from one of Broadway’s top song and dance performers.

Mechanical Engineering’s STEM summer program

CSU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering hosts a week-long STEM Summer Program offering fun and engaging activities designed to simulate a collaborative laboratory environment for ages 12-14. Each student will build a saltwater circuit and DC motor; design and build a swamp cooler, a Mars rover egg-lander, and an artificial bicep; create, construct, and test the strength of a bridge made of spaghetti, a prosthetic leg, and a clay boat; test and analyze sunscreen; and test and modify the chemical composition of slime to maximize its “bounce” factor. Denver registration coming soon! Learn more at

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