CBAS STEM Summer Camp 2023Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) College of Basic & Applied Sciences is offering a one-week summer STEM camp for high school students entering the 9th through 12th grade for the 2023/24 academic school year.

The in-person camp will run the week of June 19th through the 23rd 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, CST. Monday through Wednesday, attendees will select an activity each day limited to 15 students on a first come, first serve basis. Thursday is a field trip day where students will be transported to the Murfreesboro Airport to visit our Aerospace Department and the Creamery part of our Agriculture Department, where we make our delicious chocolate milk. Finally, on Friday, students will present their learned findings in a 5-minute group presentation. Activities are fun, hands-on, and age-appropriate.

Early bird registration starts March 15th at $200, and this special lasts until April 15th, when the price rises to $250, so hurry to register. Registration closes May 15th. No refunds after registration closing. To register keep scrolling down. To view flyer, click. Biology Activity Summer 22

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Summer STEM Camp Registration Form

Parent/guardian name

Child's name

Student's T-shirt size.

Parent/guardian's cell number, needed for emergency purposes.

Student's home address

Parent or guardian email

Preferences are on a first come first serve basis. Slots fill up fast so you are not guaranteed to get into your preferred science.

If none answer N/A. Friends' first and last names. Up to three friends. Groups preference are on a first come first serve basis. We cannot guarantee you will be put in a group with your friends. This is dependent on group size and room.

High school or college level classes only.

Student's high school.

Student's science interests.

Have student answer please.

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