Explore PNW Camps designed to give students and prospective students hands-on learning experience.
Thank you to all who attended the 2021 summer camps! Stay tuned for future details and announcements for next year’s camps.
PNW Boys Basketball Summer Camp
Campers, age 7-14, enjoyed the positive energy, engaging teaching and daily competition at our PNW Boys Basketball Summer Camp!
Campers constructed a bridge while learning about construction materials, 3D design process and project budgeting, culminating in a test of strength competition.
TimberNook summer day camp at Gabis Arboretum incorporated the fun and learning of a traditional camp experience with fewer transitions and increased opportunities for immersive sensory experiences.
Summer camp alert for middle school students! Our annual Summer Engineering Camp takes place every June.
Campers created their own air-powered rocket, while learning about flow, power, speed and pressure. Competition includes a successful launch with the longest flying time, from start until the rocket hits the ground.
PNW Baseball College Showcase Camp
Purdue University Northwest Baseball hosted a College Showcase Camp open to current high school students, limited to the first 45 registered.
PNW Men’s Soccer Summer ID Camp
This camp was designed for players in high school and above. The sessions were coached by NCAA Division II Purdue University Northwest Men’s Soccer coaching staff and players and were designed to sharpen player’s technical and tactical ability.
Summer camp alert for high school students! Our annual Summer Engineering Camp takes place every June.
The Department of Computer Information Technology and Graphics offered a one-week free VIRTUAL Advanced GenCyber Summer Camp for high school students.
Female campers worked with the control and coding of industrial robots. They created a scenario, built a VR robot, simulated a robot performing pick and place applications and used a VR headset to see the robot in a virtual environment.
Girls High School Elite Volleyball Camp
This camp was recommended for girls who have had at least one year of high school experience and are intending to play at the college level.
Women’s Soccer Summer ID Camp
This camp was designed for players in grades nine through 12. The sessions were coached by NCAA Division II Purdue University Northwest Women’s soccer coaching staff and were designed to sharpen player’s technical and tactical ability.