computer science summer camp

Computer Science Summer Camp

June 12-16, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Explore and step into the new cyber world by creating software with a computer programming language. No pre-knowledge of software is needed. Learn from experience computer science faculty and develop skills used by software developers and software engineers. Also learn about the various career opportunities in the field.

  • Learn Python, one of the most popular programming languages
  • Gain knowledge of what an algorithm is and how it relates to computer programming
  • Learn how to use Python step-by-step for developing computer games and solving real-world problems and how to enter and troubleshoot your code

You will receive:

  • Milligan Computer Science t-shirt
  • Your own Python programs


Registration is open to rising high school freshmen through seniors (Class of 2023). Register by May 15 for a discount!

  • $175 before May 15
  • $225 after May 15

NOTE: DAY CAMP only. Lunch is included but no overnight housing or evening programming is provided.

  1. REGISTER online
  2. PAYMENT: Submit your payment to Milligan within 10 days of your confirmation email.
    PAY ONLINE or send payment to: Milligan Summer Camps, PO Box 210, Milligan, TN 37682
  3. MEDICAL FORM: Complete your medical form ASAP

Questions? Email


Camp students may be identified or photographed for publication, broadcast, transmission and/or electronic display by the news media or University public relations officials. Unless a written statement to the contrary is filed with the Office of Summer Programs ( PRIOR to the start of camp, camp students waive their model rights to be photographed for the University’s print and online publications without prior notice.


Namyoun Choi
Associate Professor of Computer Science

Associate Dean of the William B. Greene, Jr. School of Business and Technology; The Don and Clarinda Jeanes Chair of Servant Leadership; Professor of Computer Information Systems and Business Administration

Dale Giblin
Instructor of Computer Science

Kelly Griffith
Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Canvas LMS Manager

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