Join our hands-on summer program for high school students
June 12 - 16, 2023
CU Denver, College of Architecture and Planning
The 2023 camp is full. To be added to the waitlist, please email Jeana.Delamarter@ucdenver.edu.
Registration is $700 per student, including a $50 non-refundable deposit. Payment is due at registration.
Included with Registration
Space is limited to 27 students; register early to guarantee your spot. Once the camp is full, students may still be added to the waitlist and will be notified if a spot opens. If you start registering and receive a notification the camp is full, please email Jeana.Delamarter@ucdenver.edu to be added to the waitlist.
Scholarships are available to cover the full cost of registration, including one generously sponsored by TreanorHL. Students will be selected based on financial need. To apply, please send an email to Jeana.Delamarter@ucdenver.edu with the following information:
We are hiring for student positions for all of CAP’s 2023 Summer Camps (in addition to the Architecture in the City Camp. See job postings for all dates). The Counselor positions are open to all CU Denver students; Teaching Assistant positions are open to CAP students. The deadline to apply for these positions is March 15.
Please contact Jeana.Delamarter@ucdenver.edu if you have any questions.
Your support enables us to continue providing a high-quality camp experience while impacting budding designers, architects and planners! Sponsorship opportunities include providing funding for student scholarships, meals, site visit transportation, building materials, and more. Sponsors will be featured on the camp website and camp materials. All gifts to summer camps are tax-deductible.
See the feedback from former students who participated in the Architecture in the City camp:
“Having the hands-on learning and seeing multiple perspectives from the different instructors was amazing.”
“I liked seeing all the firms and learning about them. I liked taking something from an idea and developing it.”
“My favorite part of camp was doing sketches. Architecture isn’t just designing, but storytelling as well.”