GGC's School of Science and Technology (SST) sponsors a summer enrichment program for students entering 6th through 11th grades.

Campers at their computer adding final adjustments to their robot.

GGC Tech Camp is specially designed to introduce and engage middle- and high-school students for a week-long learning excursion in technology. Activities are developed and led by GGC faculty and enriched by GGC students.

Session DatesSchedule | Student Expectations | Financial Assistance

Session Dates and Cost

Each session runs Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The total cost of the camp is $225 which includes a $25 registration fee and a $200 camp fee.

  • Session 1: June 4-7, 2018 (high school co-ed)
  • Session 2: June 11-14, 2018 (middle school boys)
  • Session 3: June 18-21, 2018 (middle school girls)

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Program Activities

  • Explore two topics, daily: Using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Creative Cloud to create videos and collages for social media, and creating vector graphics and 3D text effects using Adobe Illustrator.
  • Explore the connection of technology to other disciplines.

The camp handbook provides more detailed information for campers and parents (available in April). 

Day 1

All parents are asked to bring students to the summer camp on-campus location between 8:30 a.m. and 8:55 a.m. and sign-in with a summer camp staff member. All required forms must be completed and signed. (Accepted applicants will receive location information in a subsequent email.)

Days 2-4

Students may arrive at the summer camp on-campus location beginning at 8:30 a.m. A summer camp student assistant will meet students. For safety reasons, do not drop your child off early. No arrangements can be made to provide supervision until 8:30 a.m. The circle in front of Building H is the only designated drop-off and pick-up zone. Do not park in the reserved spots. You are subject to ticketing even if you are sitting in your car.


Parents may pick up students beginning at 3 p.m. All students must be picked up by 3:30 p.m. Students not picked up by 3:30 p.m. will not be allowed to return to the program. Parents (or other authorized adults) must sign students out on a daily basis. Only people authorized to pick up students are allowed to do so. Anyone not listed on the Parent Authorization form attempting to pick up a student is reported to the Georgia Gwinnett College Campus Police.

Last Day

We will have a special Open House for parents and other guests beginning at 2 p.m. The GGC Tech Camp students will share their project work. Our guests will get a mini-glimpse into a day of camp and some of our activities. During this session, you may park in spaces marked for visitors, faculty and staff.

Camper getting assistance from a GGC student staff member.

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Student Expectations

Georgia Gwinnett College has high expectations for all students. These expectations are designed to promote the well-being of each student and to ensure that each child is able to reach his/her fullest potential. Each student will be expected to do the following:

  • Respect the property and feelings of fellow summer camp students, teachers and student assistants as well as all others not directly associated with summer camp.
  • Always act in a manner that will promote a classmate’s opportunity to learn.
  • Have a positive attitude about learning and involvement at summer camp.
  • Politely communicate any concerns directly to summer camp teachers or student assistants.
Most important – HAVE FUN – it’s CAMP!!

No weapons of any kind are permitted on the Georgia Gwinnett campus. This includes guns, knives, switchblades, pocketknives, and any other instruments that could be used as weapons. Any student who brings a weapon to summer camp will be dismissed from the program, immediately.

A student who violates any of these rules will be immediately dismissed from the summer program.

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Financial Assistance

We have a limited number of scholarships available for the camp. Scholarship eligibility is based on free or reduced lunch status at school or parental unemployment. Applying for a scholarship does not negatively impact your admissions decision. The recipients pay $125 ($25 application fee and $100 program fee). Please send an email request, along with your non-refundable $25 application fee. We reserve spots each session for scholarship students.

Financial assistance application deadline: Friday, April 6, 2018

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