Thank you for your interest in our Summer 2020 Design Camps. Enrollment for all camps is now closed. To receive periodic updates about SDCTx offerings and enrollment, please join our email list.
Designed and taught by UT faculty, high school students will learn about video game design, graphic design, and animation. All of our online design camps provide students the unique opportunity to create a portfolio piece as they prepare to apply for college.
***PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OF OUR SUMMER CAMP OFFERINGS HAVE MOVED ONLINE FOR SUMMER 2020 AND WILL BE TAUGHT VIRTUALLY BY OUR UT INSTRUCTORS***
Support from H-E-B provides an opportunity for motivated high school students with limited financial resources to benefit from an amazing learning experience at our School of Design and Creative Technologies.
Thank you H-E-B!
Support from AT&T provides an opportunity for motivated high school students with limited financial resources to benefit from an amazing learning experience at our School of Design and Creative Technologies.
Thank you AT&T!
Thank you to our 2019 sponsors!
Any high school student who is between the ages of 14 and 18 or entering 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade may register. ***All camps have been moved online for Summer 2020 and will be taught virtually.*** Students do NOT need to have any prior game, graphic, or animation design experience to attend, though an internet connection and a computer capable of running the latest version of Zoom will be necessary.
SDCTx has several need-based scholarships available to reduce the cost of attendance to our Summer Design Institutes. For students to be considered for a scholarship, please make sure that during the application process you are ready to provide official evidence of eligibility for the Free or Reduced Lunch plan at your school OR official evidence of qualification to receive Medicaid benefits. This evidence must be uploaded in .pdf form when prompted. Once again, thank you for your interest in our summer camps!
For more information about SDCT Summer Institutes, please see the FAQ page.
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