Looking for something a little different this summer? The UO has camps, field schools and institutes for a range of participants with a variety of interests, from high school student through senior citizen. For additional information and to register, visit the website for the specific program.
This historic preservation field school is for anyone who wants to learn about preservation by doing it.
Archaeology students can work and learn at excavations in the northern Great Basin.
NILI provides Native language teachers and community members training in language teaching, development, and support toward the goal of preserving languages and creating communities of speakers.
The UO Architecture Academy is an intensive four-week experience that offers prospective architecture, landscape architecture, and interior architecture students a chance to “try on the field for size.”
Design Camp is offered each summer at the White Stag Block in Portland. For one week students 15+ can learn about architecture, digital arts, and product design in a unique camp experience.
A range of residential and day camps are offered by the UO. This comprehensive list includes camps in various academic disciplines, sports, outdoor pursuits, arts, and more, both on campus and in the local community.