Summer Program Information
New registration system
Returning parents, we are happy to announce that we are launching a new registration/application system for 2015. It will have a new look and feel!
Join us for a fun and inspiring summer at WPI.
Each year over 1,500 elementary, middle, and high school students attend summer enrichment programs or sports camps on our Worcester, MA campus. We invite you to learn more about our registration process, our program policies, and our staff members.
Check out the campus in person by attending our Summer Programs Open House, or bring the entire family to our festival of hands-on technology exhibits, Touch Tomorrow. We look forward to seeing you this summer!
Meals will be served at WPI’s Morgan Dining Hall, newly renovated in August 2012. A variety of offerings are available each day, including a salad bar and pasta bar, soup and sandwiches, pizza, burgers and hot dogs, and various vegetarian offerings. With advance notice, we are happy to accommodate participants who may have dietary restrictions.
Participants in overnight programs will be accommodated in one of WPI's residence halls, supervised by current WPI students and administrative staff. Rooms are typically triple occupancy; private rooms are not available. Linens are provided. To see a detailed description of WPI’s residence halls, click here.
WPI Health Services has a Healthcare Supervisor and/or On-Duty Nurse dedicated exclusively to the K-12 summer program population during all day and overnight programs.
The Summer Health Center, a satellite of the WPI university Health Services, provides a place for the On-Duty Nurse to:
- Evaluate and treat students in need of minor medical care
- Isolate participants in need of quiet and rest
- Privately dispense prescription medications to summer students
In the event of an emergency medical situation, our WPI Campus Police will be alerted.