We want to SHOW YOU Southeast - one of the most beautiful college campuses you will visit!
Southeast offers a world-class academic experience at an affordable cost. The university’s 200 areas of study emphasize national accreditation, experiential learning and career preparation. In addition to our small class sizes, our faculty and staff genuinely care about your success.
The Southeast Missouri University Foundation has announced a $40 million comprehensive campaign, the most ambitious fund-raising effort in the University’s history, to directly support current and future students.
The campaign, named “Honoring Tradition, Inspiring Success,” is focused on increasing scholarships and supporting programs and renovations that benefit students.
Summer at Southeast offers a wide variety of academic and special interest opportunities to area youth ranging in age from pre-school to college through one day, multi-day and overnight summer programs and camps. Each program or camp is designed to highlight a particular field of study or skill and to encourage everyone to explore their potential.
Spend a week improving your vocal performance skills through private lessons, master classes and small groups at the River Campus. Students in grades 7-12 will work on:
Students should have at least one year of choral experience or solo study prior to attending. Basic music reading skills are necessary for participation. Training focus will be standard vocal technique for high school choral and solo contests; however, other styles such as Broadway, jazz and folk may also be included.
Private lessons, master classes and clinics for students ages 12-18 in the following areas:
Students should have at least one year of percussion study prior to attending camp and must be able to read music in order to participate.
The 2015 Southeast Chamber Music Institute provides young musicians, ages 12 through collegiate, the opportunity to study with master teachers, perform chamber music with peers, and grow in their love of music through private lessons, masterclasses, intensive coaching and recitals. The Institute runs from July 13th-18th and is designed for pianists, string and wind players
What does it take to build a robot? Come find out! The camp is designed for students entering grades 7-10 to learn the basics of how to build and program a robot by taking part in a mini-competition. Teams of about 4 will work together to design a robot to achieve objectives, such as racing through an obstacle course, picking up blocks or balls, and, ultimately, competing head-to-head against other teams.
Our goal is to make this a friendly competition that introduces participants to STEM fields through a team-based engineering challenge. The game is designed to be similar to high school robotics competitions in the area. However, instead of months of work we will condense it into days! However, we also have fun activities built in as well, including pool parties, rock wall climbing, movie nights, and maybe even a B.Y.O.S (Build Your Own Souvenir)
So you want to be in the spotlight and be a part of show business? Sign up for a week at the Southeast Theater Laboratory where participants will work on improv, auditioning, acting, voice, movement, stage combat and scene study at the River Campus! Campers will interact with professionals in the cast of Southeast's Suessical and attend the opening night performance. As part of the Southeast Missouri Summer Art Festival on the final day of camp, they will perform their own specially-created showcase!
|June 5-6||Men’s Team Camp|
|June 8-10||Men's Individual Skill Camp|
|June 22-24||Women’s Individual Skill Half-Day Camp (Entering grades 1-4: 8 a.m.-Noon; Players entering grades 5-8: 1-5 p.m.) Cost: $80|
|June 26-27||Women’s Team Camp (HS Junior Varsity & Varsity) Cost: $375 for Varsity/AAU and $200 for JV|
|June 28-29||Women’s Elite Camp (Players entering grades 9-12) Cost $100|
Men's Camps Contact: Nathan Docter firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Camps Contact: Heather Ezell email@example.com
Men's and Women's Basketball Brochures and Website
|July 12-14||Individual Skills Camp: Middle School (Ages 13-15)|
|July 14-16||Individual Skills Camp: High School (Ages 16-18)|
|July 16-18||Team Camp: High School (Ages 15-18)|
|July 19-21||Individual Skills Camp: Beginner (Ages: 10-12)|
Contact: Nikki Buchholz (573) 986-6140 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Football Camp Brochures and website
Contact: Matt Martin (620) 481-4499 or email@example.com
|June 5||Redhawks Football Prospect Camp at Cape (ages 16-18, High School Juniors-Seniors)|
|June 12||Redhawks Football Prospect Camp at Kansas City (ages 16-18, High School Juniors-Seniors)|
|June 13||Redhawks Football Prospect Camp at St. Louis (ages 16-18, High School Juniors-Seniors)|
|June 18-19||Redhawks Football Kids Camp (ages 3-8)|
|June 25-26||Redhawks Football Team Camp (High School Students)|
|June 25-26||Redhawks Football 7-on-7/O-Line/D-Line Camp (High School Students)|
More information: http://abcsportscamps.com/semowsoccer
|June 20||Soccer College ID Clinic|
|July 26-29||Soccer High School Boys Camp|
|August 1||Soccer College ID Camp|
Southeast Missouri State University is proud to host both Universal Cheerleaders and Dance Association on our campus. Registration and camp information can be found by visiting the national website: http://varsity.com/camps/.
|June 14-17||Universal Cheerleaders Association (ages 13-18)|
|June 18-21||Universal Dance Association (ages 13-18)|
|July 6-9||Universal Cheerleaders Association (ages 13-18)|
Southeast Missouri State University is proud to host both National Cheerleaders and Dance Association on our campus. Registration and camp information can be found by visiting the national website: http://varsity.com/camps/.
|June 10-13||NCA Cheer Camp|
|June 10-13||NDA Dance Camp|
|July 10-12||NCA Cheer Camp|
|July 21-24||NCA Cheer Camp|
CampRedhawk is a summer leadership camp designed for new students preparing to enter
their first semester at Southeast Missouri State University. It will offer an introduction
to campus life and traditions, immerse you in school spirit, and introduce you to
other new Redhawks. You will become more familiar with campus and the community where
you will spend the next four years.
|June 7-10||July 12-15|
|June 14-17||July 19-22|
|June 21-24||July 26-29|
*Please note that each set of dates for Camp Redhawk falls on a Sunday and lasts through a Wednesday.
Visit for more information: www.semo.edu/nsp/campredhawk.html
The Horizons program is a fun way for youth to learn new ideas and skills not covered in the traditional classroom. Join Southeast Missouri State University this June and July for Horizons, where fun and learning truly coexist. Programming and content is designed in two age categories: Little Horizons (Ages 5-8) and Horizons (Ages 9-14)
Week I: June 15-19
Week II: June 22-26
Week III: July 6-10
For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.semo.edu/continuinged/horizons/
Redhawks Kids Camp (RKC) is designed for all children age 5-11 or those entering grades K-6 in the fall 2015. We try to keep to a low 1:7 camper to counselor ratio.
Redhawks Kids Camp is designed for kids to have active and fun days. FUN is the mainstay of the RKC, which is led by our group of Southeast Missouri State University students as counselors. RKC kids will be active in crafts, board games, educational activities, experiential learning activities, community service projects, sports, and much more during the day. We WILL be swimming during camp at the Southeast Missouri State University Student Aquatic Center
|June 1-5||July 6-10|
|June 8-12||July 13-17|
|June 15-19||July 20-24|
|June 22-26||July 27-31|
For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.semo.edu/recservices/events/rkc.html
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