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For Incoming High School Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors

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Location

Marburger STEM Center
21000 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075-1058

Contact Info

248.204.2403
summercamps@vivthomus.com

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Summer Camps

For High School Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors  // Ages 14-18

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The Marburger STEM Center at 利记sbo offers innovative academic camps for students interested in engineering, technology, design, and science. Expert instructors will introduce you to the latest advancements in modern labs and studios on campus.

Camp Options for Students

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Day Camper

A day camper will need to commute to 利记sbo each day of camp. All camp sessions run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Residential Camper

As a residential camper, you’ll live in student housing, eat in the cafeteria, and participate in fun activities each evening.

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Save $100 by attending two, and $200 by attending three camps.

Register before March 31, 2024 and save $100 per camp.

Visit campus and save another $50 per camp.

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Scholarships Available!

We are thrilled to announce an incredible opportunity allowing 100 students residing in Oakland County to receive a full scholarship to attend any one week of our summer camps.

** At this time, all 100 scholarships have been claimed. If more become available, we will update this page immediately. **

Need and merit-based scholarships are also available. Please email summercamps@vivthomus.com for more information

The 利记sbo Summer Camp Program is made possible with grant funding from Oakland County, and United Way for Southeastern Michigan.

*Residency will be verified at checkout. Registrations with primary residences outside of Oakland County may be cancelled.

Camp Schedule // Summer 2024

 

Important registration updates:

If a camp is no longer listed on the registration form, that camp is currently sold out.

There are no waitlists. Spots open automatically if cancellations occur.

The Placemaking Through Landscape Design camp is a day camp for commuters ONLY. There is no residential camper option for this specific camp. 

  

Frequently Asked Questions

Applying to Summer Camp

Yes, scholarships are available for students who have exceptional academic records and/or who have proven financial need. Contact summercamps@vivthomus.com to learn more about scholarships and financial aid.
You can commute or opt for a residential camp. Day camps are $850 and residential camps are $950.

Camp & Class Details

Each camp is taught by our full-time faculty and/or staff and the curriculum provides students with hands on projects, activities and team based learning. The camps model our motto of Theory and Practice.
Please check out the information above for a detailed listing of the camps and descriptions of activities associated with each camp.
For classes, students do not need to bring anything. These items are included in the price of the camp and will be provided for campers on the first day.
Camps will be in session from July 8, until August 2, 2024 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

While at Camp

Residential campers live in either Donley or South Residence Halls. Both housing units are set up apartment-style. There is a living room, bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen in each unit. There will be basic items in the room already; toilet paper, shower curtain, garbage can.
Students traveling from out of state will be provided linens, pillows and blankets for their beds. However, in state students should bring their own. Students also should bring their own toiletry items; shampoo, soap, toothpaste, etc. We also recommend bringing some pocket money for any evening activities. We recommend bringing games for in the dorms, but not expensive electronic devices that can be lost or stolen. It will be the camper’s responsibility to secure their belongings in their room prior to them leaving for the days or evening activities.
Lawrence Tech’s on campus dining services provide food for the camps. Day campers get lunch each day and residential campers get breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. Day campers can pay an additional cost to also receive breakfast and dinner each day.
Residential students should arrive the Sunday before the camp between 3–5 p.m. Dinner will be served in the Donley or South Residence Halls at 6 p.m. each Sunday prior to the camp beginning on Monday. Students will meet the resident counselors when they arrive and they will escort the students to the evening activities, breakfast and dinner. Commuter students will check in by 8:30 a.m. in the Atrium of the Buell Management Building on the Monday the camp begins. Please eat breakfast before the camp begins.
Either two or three camp counselors are hired for each camp, depending on the number of campers. The counselors live in the housing unit with the campers for the week and take the campers to breakfast and dinner each day. They will also participate in activities with the students each evening. In addition, each housing unit has a live-in Resident Hall Coordinator, who is a full-time Lawrence Tech staff member.
We will put campers together if they request it ahead of time. Otherwise, campers are placed into room by gender. Rooms are either 2-person or 4-person, and availability of rooms is determined by the Office of University Housing
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Campus Safety regularly patrols the campus and housing units. There is an Information Desk located in each housing unit that is staffed between 8 a.m. – 2 a.m. each day and night. During the day, camp professors escort campers as needed throughout the campus.
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Have other questions?

Email us at summercamps@vivthomus.com

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Early registration is highly recommended. Space is limited. 

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