Hey, guys! Get out of the house this summer.
KU Survivor: Engineering Outback is an
overnight engineering experience for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors on July 22. The focus is on fun and exploration.
Spend the night in the new KU Student Rec Center
Learn about engineering principles, fields and opportunities
Meet KU engineering and computer science students and faculty, and learn about KU School of Engineering degree programs
BEST OF ALL,
Explore KU in a way that few others ever will
Cost of the camp is $75, and includes meals, lodging and lab supplies. Bring your sleeping bag, workout clothes, sense of adventure and gi-normous brain. Regular-size brains are welcome, too. This overnighter provides adult supervision in a mountain lion-free zone.
In addition to the above, the KU Survivors will get to:
Use the KU Student Rec Centers rock-climbing wall and other facilities
Learn about GPS technology and go geocaching across the KU campus.
Get behind-the-scenes access to historic KU sports venues.
Learn about financial aid opportunities at KU.
Camp size is limited, so sign up today.
To sign up for KU Survivor: Engineering Outback or learn more, call the School of Engineering (785) 864-3881, or send e-mail to