Below is our listing of Summer Program offerings. We update all dates and times as they are available. Please check back often for the most up-to-date information. If you have any questions contact the listed program coordinator or coach.
RWU is pleased to offer academic-based summer programming. Academic programs are residential, giving students a true college experience. While these summer programs are subject-specific and focus on building skills in their respective areas, students take advantage of our beautiful waterfront campus and take field trips to locations around the region.
The program offers a curriculum with a variety of studio, seminar and field experiences, extracurricular activities and field trips, allowing students to understand architecture as a possible area of college study, and as a career. Students gain a broader view of the field while developing skills and portfolio materials to add to their applications to professional school. Workshops, lectures, demonstrations and off-campus experiences complement daily design studios. Students are also advised on the college admission and portfolio-building processes. The Summer Academy in Architecture carries college credits.
Learn in the dynamic, thriving marine environments of the southern New England coast. Summer Marine Program students will learn about coastal ecosystems, food webs, productivity of the sea, plants and animals in the coastal zone, current events in marine biology and much more. Students will participate in many field trips, including sea kayaking, snorkeling and whale watching, and will learn about the many issues facing our marine environment today.
Taught by RWU faculty and industry experts, our Cybersecurity summer academy introduces students to the fundamentals of the Linux operating system, penetration tools and security. At the end of the Cyberseciruty program, students will defend their network against cyber attacks in an academy-wide cyber defense competition.
The Cybersecurity summer academy is for all high school aged students, and is a day program only.
This week-long Forensic Science summer academy focuses on science as the primary tool in criminal investigations. Students learn a variety of forensic techniques used by law enforcement through in-class lectures and hands-on labs sessions. Students will engage with Forensic Science professionals from local and national organizations, and will also participate in a mock trial.
The Forensic Science summer academy is available to students who have successfully completed their sophomore or junior year of high school study, and is a day program only.
Sharpen your skills this summer with an athletic camp at RWU. You'll learn from RWU coaches as well as current and former RWU players, all while taking advantage of our beautiful, waterfront campus.
July 8 - July 12, 2014
Contact Coach Matt Emmert at email@example.com for more information or the RWU Athletics Department at 254-3050.
June 30 - July 3, 2014
This camp is for boys entering grades 3rd thru 8th (for Fall 2014). This camps focuses on skill development and enhancement for more experienced players, while also offering newcomers a chance to learn the sport of lacrosse from coaches who have over 40 years of head coaching experience on the college and high school levels.
Contact Coach Marty Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401.254.3073 or visit www.littlerhodylacrosse.com.
July 14 - July 18, 2014
Contact Coach Tracy Hackley at email@example.com for more information or the RWU Athletics Department at 254-3050.
July 7 - August 15, 2014
Contact Coach Ben Somera at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or the RWU Athletics Department at 254-3050.
July 14 - July 18, 2014; 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Contact Coach Jon Egan at email@example.com
*The Mike Tully Basketball Camp is not owned or operated by Roger Williams University
July 21 - 25, 2014 Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Age and ability grouping of players. Written evaluation of each player. Multiple games daily. Beat the coaches contest. Teaching stations: Dribbling, Shooting, Individual Defense, Passing, Rebounding, Take home drills. Just bring: gym clothing, towel and lunch.
For more information please contact Michael Tully at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-447-4021.