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Summer programs at ASU’s College of Health Solutions provide engaging and fun health-oriented learning opportunities and supportive therapies for children and teens.

Our camps and programs make an impact on health where it matters most: in our homes, communities, schools and workplaces. With our summer programs, we aim to improve the health of our communities by teaching kids how to be healthy and stay healthy.

Many of our programs help teens learn about what it’s like to be a college student, enable them to spend time safely experiencing a college campus, socialize and discover rewarding careers in health. Camps for younger children teach them about healthy behaviors and how to bring a love for health into their own lives. Other programs offer assistance with speech, hearing and language needs in friendly and fun peer-filled environments.

We know how important good health is — and that it starts with young people who want to be healthy and make a difference. Explore our summer programs to find the right one for you.

Find the program that is right for you

Barrett Summer Scholars
An elective course for academically minded high school students introduces them to a variety of health care disciplines and settings through tours of medical facilities, guest lectures and hands-on activities.

An interactive camp helps kids in grades 4-6 embrace a healthy lifestyle every day with fitness activities and cooking lessons.

Future Health Leaders
SEAHEC’s program, hosted by the College of Health Solutions, helps southeast Arizona high school students sample college life and explore options for pursuing a health profession.

Speech and Hearing
Summer camps and programs with a focus on support for speech, language and hearing issues. Programs offered deal with chronic aphasia, hearing loss, social communication issues, language development, and language and reading impairment.

Summer Health Institute
An immersive experience for rising 12th graders in which participants enjoy a week living on campus while taking part in hands-on activities to learn about a wide array of health careers.

Health Pioneers
High school students from eighth to 11th grade explore pressing global health challenges and learn how to make a difference in the health of their communities through action.

The SPRINT track in ASU’s INSPIRE program gives American Indian teens a no-cost opportunity to experience college life, learn more about health and tackle health issues in their own communities. One week of activities on campus and throughout Phoenix inspires students to consider a future in health, while increasing their comfort in a college environment, making friends and having fun.