Cub Camps

Bearswrite: From Pencils to Pixels Creative Writing Camp 

Aspiring authors entering grades 4 to 9 may attend. Bearswrite will involve students in five action packed days of creative writing using both traditional methods and writing with technology. Campers will study how to use voice, setting, word choice, character traits, point-of-view, journaling, and poetry.


Join the UCA College of Education for a fun programming & computer science one-day camp for 5th to 8th grade girls! Campers will have opportunities to explore computer programming and robotics while developing their computational thinking and problem solving skills.

  • {GirlsCode} is held on July 25, 2019 from 8:30am-3:30pm.
  • Please contact Ashton Hankins by phone: 501-450-5426 or email: for more information.
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STEMulate Engineering Academy

Funded by a UCA Foundation Grant and a contribution by Kimberly Clark Corporation – Conway Mills, STEMulate Engineering Academy is a low-cost academic summer enrichment camp that provides learners with opportunities to explore science and math through engineering. For children entering grades 3-6.

UCA Challenge

This summer program is designed to offer students an exciting, hands-on curriculum. We believe all students want to be challenged. UCA is ready to meet such an ambitious challenge with hands-on activities guaranteed to promote curiosity and fun. For students entering grades 4-6 who share an interest in science.

  • UCA Challenge is held July 8-12, 2019.
  • Please contact Lisa Herrington by phone: 501-450-5442 or email:
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UCA Super Kids

UCA Super Kids is a science camp for entering first, second, and third graders who desire to learn and have fun. The Super Kids camp is designed to offer students an exciting curriculum not offered in most schools. The classes include Oceanography, Zoology, and Ecology. A special 20 minutes per day is devoted to friendship building.

  • UCA Super Kids is a one-week camp and held June 3-7, June 10-14, June 17-21, and June 24-28 from 8:30am – 2:30pm.
  • Please contact Jamie Dallas by phone: 501-852-2822 or email: for more information.
  • The topics for this year are:  Oceanography, Zoology, and Ecology. Students will participate in all three themes throughout the week.
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The camps listed above are those hosted by the College of Education on the UCA campus. Other colleges on the UCA campus may also have summer camps for K-12 students. For information on additional summer camps for kids, please visit