Anatomy Summer Camp Dates
July 23-29, 2017
Anatomy Camp 2017 registration is full. We are currently taking names for a waiting list. If you would like to be on the waitlist, please email email@example.com with your name, your camper's name, and the best way to reach you if a spot opens up.
Anatomy Summer Camp at Colorado State University is an academic summer camp that uses hands-on learning aimed at high school students interested in going into pre-med majors in college. Students will have the opportunity to dissect real anatomical specimens, while also learning anatomy on human cadavers. In addition, campers will look at case studies to diagnose medical problems and study technology-based cross sectional anatomy.
Because we are located in beautiful Colorado, campers will also get the chance to go whitewater rafting, hiking, visit the local downtown, and check out the discovery museum during this week of fun!
If you are a student who loves sciences and wants to learn more about human anatomy, this camp is for you!
Traveling to Anatomy Camp
Colorado State University is located in the heart of Fort Collins in Northern Colorado along the Front Range. For ease of access, a shuttle will pick up campers travelling through Denver International Airport. Participants will be expected to meet at one central location at the airport, where they will be met by camp staff. Please plan to have your camper arrive into DIA by noon for the 1 p.m. shuttle back to campus. If this is not possible, please contact camp staff to make other arrangements. For those not flying through DIA, campers will meet on campus for check-in at the residence hall between 12 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Fee includes six nights' lodging in a residence hall, meals (starting with dinner on Sunday and ending with breakfast on Saturday), lab manual, lab supplies and all supplemental materials, all extracurricular camp activities, and a set of scrubs for you to keep.