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RoPro College Challenge Camp 2015
Thursday, July 2 - Friday, July 3, 2015


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Greetings from the Computer Science and Engineering Department of the University of Texas at Arlington.

As in the past few years, this year we are able to hold our summer program - the RoPro College Challenge Camp. This two day camp is designed for high school juniors, seniors and new graduates who would like to play with robots and learn about college at the same time. The College Challenge Camp will not only provide students with a fun robot challenge to work on and compete in at the end of camp but will also cover topics like college financial aid, entrance essays, and how to apply to colleges. By the end of the camp, students will have completed at least one college application to the college of their choice. (Of course, we hope it's UTA!)

The fee for the RoPro Camp in 2015 will be $40. This fee covers the two camp days 8:30am – 5:30pm on Thursday, July 2 and Friday, July 3, 2015, the use of the robots, and lunch on the UTA campus each day. Students will work on the robot projects in small teams and we are limiting our camp enrollment to 20 students. Below you can find a Student Application form template. Please feel free to share this info with eligible students and any teacher and parent colleagues. Any questions about the camp may be directed to Dr. Carter Tiernan, tiernan@uta.edu .

Thank you for your interest in Computer Science and Engineering and the RoPro College Challenge Camp! We hope to see you this summer.

Carter Tiernan for the RoPro Team

Carter Tiernan, Manfred Huber, Linda Barasch, Lynn Peterson


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RoPro Summer College Challenge Application in PDF format

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RoPro Summer College Challenge Application in MS Word format

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RoPro Summer College Challenge Teacher Evaluation Form in PDF format

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RoPro Summer College Challenge Teacher Evaluation Form in MS Word format


For additional information, contact Dr. Tiernan in the CSE Department (tiernan AT uta.edu) or 817-272-0113.