WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS: ARCHITECTURE DISCOVERY PROGRAM

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Architecture Camp

Sandy Brennan, Director

Campus Box 1079

Givens Hall, Room 105

One Brookings Drive

St. Louis, MO 63130

(314) 935-6200

www.wustl.edu/

QUICK TAKE: A camp designed for juniors and seniors who are

really interested in a future in architecture. Set in the beautiful

city of St. Louis, this camp has a driven and strong faculty

whose members allow students the freedom to create projects

as they acquaint them with the field. This is a great experience

that takes college searching to a new level, where students

can receive a better feel for campus life.

AGE REQUIREMENT: 16–18

FEES: Application fee, $30. Boarding Program, $1,200 to $1,500.

SPONSORSHIP/OWNERSHIP/ACCREDITATION: Washington University

in St. Louis

BACKGROUND: Washington University was founded in 1853.

The Discovery Program began in 1985 with the goal of offering

high school students the opportunity to get a real feel for

college and the opportunity to explore a potential career

choice.

DESCRIPTION: This fifteen-day program takes place each June.

Each day is divided into two sessions. In the morning, students

attend lectures or seminars, visit construction sites,

and more. In the afternoon (and sometimes in the evenings),

they work on their projects in the School of Architecture. The

Art and Architecture Library next door is also available to

them. Students are given time on the weekends to enjoy the

architecture of St. Louis and understand its function.

OUR TAKE: Programs that offer students a glimpse into the college

atmosphere and provide insight into a potential major

are an excellent way to get your student prepared for the

college search.

OUR RECOMMENDATION: See if your high school student has

a genuine interest in architecture. Sign your child up, if he

or she hopes to study in that field. If not, there are several

other university summer camps that cover a wide variety of

interests.