High School Programs

The College of Architecture and Planning offers noncredit opportunities for ambitious high school students. These programs are perfect for young students interested in learning more about architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, and urban design.

Current High School Programs


August 1-5, 2022

In-Person

Architecture in the City is a summer, noncredit program offered by the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP). This is an interdisciplinary program designed for students entering their sophomore, junior, senior year of high school and recent high school graduates. The week-long-camp will give participants the opportunity for a hands on experience in model building and drawing techniques while exposing them to architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, and urban planning through a design build project. This commuter program will be offered at the University of Colorado Denver campus during the day, Monday through Friday. Participants with and without design backgrounds are encouraged to join.

*Please check back in Spring 2022 for additional details and registration. Any questions can be directed to the Program Coordinator at Jeana.Delamarter@ucdenver.edu.