GREENVILLE, S.C. (April 17, 2017) – Bob Jones University is accepting applications from students for over 40 different summer camps, both academic and athletic, which will be held in June and July on the BJU campus.
In addition to camps offered in culinary arts, music, criminal justice, aviation and leadership, this summer BJU is offering 12 new EDUcamps, academic camps directed by BJU faculty, staff and students. New camps include the academy of business, biodiversity, computer engineering, data analysis and stats, exercise science, iTeach, sports management, STEM, Think Bible, the science of history, young illustrators and young writers.
“We are excited for another summer of EDUcamps at Bob Jones University,” says Matthew Weathers, BJU’s student leadership coordinator and EDUcamp program director. “The purpose of EDUcamps is for teenage students to experience God, develop life skills, and consider possible career pathways.”
BJU is also offering two new Bruins sports camps in running and shooting sports as well as camps in volleyball, soccer and basketball.
Both the EDUcamps and Bruins sports camps are offered for a variety of ages and skill levels with options for both day and overnight campers.
Visit the website for a complete list of the camps, costs and options available this summer at BJU.