Summer Programs and Camps for Community Members

The following summer programs are open to the public. Please join us on our campus this summer to explore your curiosity and develop new skills!

If you are looking for our traditional schedule of courses for the summer academic term, you can find that here.


Summer Programs 2024

Click below to learn more about our fun and engaging opportunities this Summer!

Get a taste of College Life as you prepare for the test that will take you there!

This 3-day, 2-night camp will prepare students to take on the ACT and improve their score. There will even be an optional review session the day before the July 13th ACT test. There will also be games and activities during the day so you can experience life on campus.

You can view the full schedule here (including what to bring).

Must be 15-18 years old.

Cost: $1,000 (includes housing, meals, and materials)

For more information, please contact Logan Barrett at lbarrett@shc.edu

Join us for a series of yoga classes at Southern Living’s Most Beautiful College Campus in the South. Classes will be held in the Eichold Gallery in the Murphy Fine Arts Building from 9-10:15am.

Each class will have a different theme:

  • Day 1 – Yoga for increased brain function & learning capacity (neuroplasticity) 
  • Day 2 – Yoga for mental health 
  • Day 3 – Yoga for balance 
  • Day 4 – Yoga for restoring natural movement 
  • Day 5 – Yoga for enhancing mood 
  • Day 6 – Yoga for better sleep 
  • Day 7 – Yoga – Play is the Way – Yoga for Fun – Putting it all together

Cost: $210 for all seven classes

For more information, contact Ruth O’Donnell at ruth@thefootcollective.com

Join us for two incredibly fun and casual discussions on Art History. Each topic will have five sessions each.

The first topic is American Art and will be held 12 to 1:30pm, Monday through Friday June 3-7.

How did American Art get so American? Come find out the secret behind all those Early American portraits and all the juiciest tidbits of the Americans in Paris in the 1920s and more.

The second topic will be The Future (and past) is Femme and will be held every Wednesday evening at 7 to 8:30pm from May 29 to June 26.

Come spend a week exploring the artists who are often left out of those big Art History books. Let’s discuss everything femme in art from the Renaissance to now.

Cost: $120 for the American Art sessions and $170 (includes wine) for The Future (and past) is Femme sessions.

For more information, please contact LaVada Raouf at lraouf@shc.edu

Looking to improve your photography skills? Join professional photographers and filmmakers for photography classes. DSLRs are provided during the sessions.

Class #1 is held on Thursdays at 6-7pm from May 30 – June 27. Class #2 is held on Tuesdays at 6-7pm from June 11 – July 9. Both classes are held in Burke Library 031.

Cost: $100 per session

For more information, please contact Shane Rice at mrice@shc.edu

The best prep for Mardi Gras balls is to learn how to Foxtrot and do the Cajun Swing Dance! Join our experienced dance instructor for two sessions: Foxtrot and Swing Dancing and Cajun Swing Dancing. These sessions will be held one day a week for five weeks.

Cost: $45 per session

For more information, please contact Kelly Mosteller at kmosteller@shc.edu

Students in ceramics will learn fundamental handbuilding techniques such as pinch pots, coiling and slab construction. Drawing students will learn how to translate 3 dimensional objects into a 3 dimensional visual language by identifying shapes, site measuring and evaluating value relationships.

Ceramic Handbuilding (3D) is held from 9-11:30am and Perceptual Drawing (2D) is held from 12-2:30pm.

Cost: Each camp is enrolling separately for $160 or $250 for both sessions.

For more information, please contact Wanda Sullivan at wsullivan@shc.edu

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