Summer Camp Overview

SUNY Cobleskill is the place to be this summer for fun and learning. We offer multiple weeks of different camp programs to interest every student in elementary through high school.


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Tiger Tails Summer Activity Camp • July 23-27 or July 30 - August 3 

Age: Students currently in K-6th Grades | Time: 8am-4pm (lunch included) | Cost: $150 per week, per camper

Activities include wiffle ball, soccer, archery, swimming, arts and crafts, and many more!

Boys Basketball Camp • July 9-13 

Age: Students in 3rd-10th Grades | Time: 9am-12pm | Cost: $80

Due to construction in our campus gymnasium, this camp will be held at Cobleskill-Richmondville High School. Instruction and skill development will be run by SUNY Cobleskill Men’s Basketball coaching staff and team members.

Farm to Plate Camp • June 25-29 

Age:  Students in 2nd-5th Grades |  Time: 8am-4pm (lunch included) | Cost: $150

A week-long, intensive educational experience that highlights all of the pieces and processes of the modern food system. From hands-on animal and plant science activities to exciting food science, marketing, and culinary arts experiences, campers will learn in the College’s state-of-the-art farm and food facilities. The businesses and processes used to deliver food from the farm to the plate will be explored in depth with a focus on the ways in which food system design touches every part of our lives.

STEM Camp: Medieval Ages • July 9-13 or July 16-20 

Age:  Students in 1st-6th Grades |  Time: 8am-4pm (lunch included) |  Cost:  $175 per week

Join us and U-Knight as we travel back in time using science, technology, engineering, and math with hands-on activities. Both weeks have the same content and activities.

3D Printing and Design Camp • July 30 - August 3 

Age:  Students in 7th-10th Grades |  Time: 8am-4pm (lunch included) |  Cost:  $225 per week

A week-long experience focused on Computer Aided Design, 3D printing, measurement, and the design process. Campers will learn basic CAD drafting skills, design and print their own original creations, design and print 3D objects for group projects and challenges, and learn basic circuit and electric building skills.