MSU Media Summer Camps


MSU Media Summer Camps are pre-college exposure programs for high school and middle school students in media and technology topics including game design, 3D animation, web design, digital cinema, and TV production. Each camp includes five full days of interactive and intensive instruction with MSU faculty and staff, culminating in a showcase of student work on the final day. Students may participate in day-only instruction or stay overnight as a visiting residential student.

Traverse City Film Festival (TCFF) Camps: MSU is offering two-day camps for youth ages 12-16 focused on filmmaking and game design and development. During Thursday and Friday of Festival week (July 28 and 29), students in each camp will create their own short films and digital games from scratch. Read more!

2017 Dates

Middle School Camps

June 26-30, 2017

High School

July 10-14, 2017

July 17-21, 2017

Highlights from the middle school camps:

Middle school programs use games and tools students already know and love to teach college concepts, making skill development easier. Read More!

Highlights from the high school camps:

High school programs include beginning and advanced options, and blended learning experiences to properly engage students. Read More!

Highlights from the all-girls tech camp:

Female programs focus on developing skills, awareness, and confidence in specialized technology-driven fields through a dynamic exposure program. Read More!

Can’t attend a weeklong camp on-campus? Inquire about group visits, or our online interactive game development network.


Contact Luke Kane: / 517-432-9841

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