Learn set design for a play or how to run a basketball set play.
Analyze forensic evidence or soccer defenses or water quality on
Presque Isle Bay. Whatever you want to do this summer, Camp Gannon
makes summer learning fun, easy and more convenient than ever.
Learning has always been part of summers at Gannon University.
Camp Gannon is a one-stop-shop of exciting and rewarding summer
activities for ages 7-18.
Offerings at Camp Gannon include the popular summer camps that
teach skills on the individual and team levels to eager young
athletes who are hungry to improve. Rigorous summer academic
programs are also offered, such as the Summer School of Excellence,
at which invited students can learn aboard the Environaut, Gannon
University's 53-foot research vessel. Budding actors can take the
stage at the Gannon Theatre Experience and aspiring journalists can
fine-tune their skills.
Camps are conducted in Gannon's exceptional learning
environments, including the newly opened School of Communication
and the Arts, the innovative Forensic Investigation Center and the
Student Recreation and Wellness Center.
For more information about Gannon's summer offerings, including
fee and registration information click here.
Gannon University baseball coaches and student-athletes will
offer drills and instruction that emphasize pitching and hitting
skills for boys and girls.
Boys and girls of all skill levels have the opportunity to learn
from Gannon's experienced coaching staff and student-athletes while
focusing on skill refinement and enhancement in full-day or
July 10-14 (ages 7-15)
Learn skills development from the winningest coach in Gannon
University men's basketball history, student-athletes from the
current Gannon Golden Knight Basketball Team, and local area
July 23-28 (ages 15-18)
Instruction by former special agents from the FBI, DEA, NCIS and
ATF will ensure an experience of a lifetime at this overnight
Girls Basketball Elite Position Camp
August 5 (ages 14-18)
This camp will focus on advanced-level skill development for both
guard positions and post players.
Girls Basketball Individual Camp
June 19-22 (ages 8-17)
Participants will learn the basic fundamentals of basketball,
including shooting, passing, rebounding, dribbling and defense.
Girls Basketball Shooting Camp
June 12-15 (ages 11-18)
In this shooting-specific camp, campers receive individual
attention focused on basic concepts and techniques.
Girls Basketball Team Shootout
June 23 or 24, (ages 14-18)
This shootout camp, which offers four sessions, will focus on
team skills. Each team can compete in either single or multiple
July 31-Aug. 3 (ages 8-14)
The Gannon University lacrosse coaching staff will teach
fundamental skills while developing stick skills and strong game
awareness in a fun but structured setting.
Girls Volleyball All-Skills
July 17-20 (ages 12-18)
Receive comprehensive training with an emphasis on passing,
setting, serving, attacking, blocking and defense in special
sessions, and compete in 6 vs. 6 team play. Overnight residence and
day camp options are available.
Girls Volleyball Beginner
July 20-21 (ages 7-12)
Young players will be introduced to many of the basic skills of
volleyball, including passing, setting, serving and attacking.
GTX: Gannon Theatre Experience
July 17-22 (ages 13-18)
Get your theater groove on with performance classes, playwriting
and theater criticism, scenic design, stage lighting and puppetry.
Focus in one track, or mix and match for a well-rounded
High School Journalism Workshop
July 24-28 (ages 15-18)
Cover several on-campus events taking place that week, including
activities associated with Gannon's Criminal Investigators Camp.
Workshop coordinator Frank Garland will provide detailed
Men's Basketball College Experience
July 10-12 (grades 9 - 12)
Athletes who are looking to play at the collegiate level can
experience college-level drills conducted by the Gannon men's
basketball coaching staff, and play alongside other college-level
players. This camp is put together to expose younger players to
high-level coaching and show them how the college-level game will
Men's Soccer - College Prep
July 9-12 (ages 14-18)
Four days of instruction by college coaches and players and two
college-type sessions a day with a game every evening.
June 14-17 (ages 8-18)
The camp will be conducted in two different groups based on
skill level: one to prepare swimmers for competition swimming, and
the other which will emphasize advanced stroke techniques.
Novice Youth Wrestling
June 26-30 (ages 6-12, boys and girls)
The Youth Wrestling Camp teaches novice wrestlers basic
takedowns, escapes, rides and pinning combinations.
Summer School of Excellence
July 5-7 and 10-14 (ages 16-18)
Learn about investigating and researching environmental health
issues during this two-week long program.
Water Polo Fundamentals
June 12 (ages 11-15)
The Gannon University water polo clinic is for boys and girls in
grades 6, 7 and 8, and will include basic instruction as well as
Women's Soccer College Prep
July 9-12 (ages 15-18)
Four enjoyable and intense days and nights of instruction by
college coaches and student-athletes. Two sessions a day and a game
every evening will test different aspects of your game.