Learn how to maximize your potential by taking advantage of the many youth offerings at College of DuPage. It's never too early to develop an appreciation of lifelong learning. Click on the program titles below to find more information about our summer camps and classes for students in Kindergarten through High School.
Youth Enrichment: Academic and enrichment classes for students in elementary and middle school. Explore exciting STEM topics or gain additional practice in school subjects.
Junior High Achievers: Students entering grades 7 and 8 are invited to explore our college environment first-hand among a group of peers in classes modeled after high school curriculum.
High School Programs: Elective and academic options throughout the year including test preparation, career academy, and summer high school credit classes.
Talent Search: Courses for academically gifted students scoring in the ninetieth percentile.
Summer Camps: Explorer Camps provide all day fun for students entering kindergarten to grade six. Students entering grades seven to ten can participate in the Counselor Training program or Teen X-Treme Camps.
Tutoring: Professional tutoring is available in a variety of topics including English, Foreign Language, Math, Science and Standardized Test Prep.
Youth Academy students exploring culinary arts in our Culinary Center.
Explorers Day Camp field trip.
Youth Academy students soldering as part of our manufacturing camp.
Youth Academy students expanding their scientific skills while learning how to use a microscope.
Summer Camp fun, Youth Academy students trying they hand at archery.
Earn your Boy Scouts of America merit badges at College of DuPage.
Camps are led by a certified merit badge counselor and different topics will be offered throughout the year.
All Merit Badge camps are currently at full capacity. To be contacted when additional sessions are created, email the Youth Coordinator at email@example.com and include the student's name, age and a phone number at which you can be reached.
All students registered in Youth Enrichment, Talent Search or Summer Camp programs must have a completed Student Code of Conduct and Medical Release Form on file on the first day of their camp or class. Parents and guardians may bring completed copies of these required forms on the first day or complete them during sign-in. The high school programs have a separate set of required forms, find more information at cod.edu/cehighschool.
Cancellations & Refunds
In the event of a class cancellation or student drop, College of DuPage Continuing Education will issue a refund to the name associated with the enrolled course. In order for a parent to receive the refund in their name, they will need to complete the following Parent Refund Form for Youth Academy Participants. This form needs to be completed no later than one week after the payment has been made for the course.
Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 1110, (630) 942-2208
Fax: (630) 942-3785
All COD facilities are closed through Friday, May 15. If you are attempting to register for a class, Please leave a message and Continuing Education staff will return your call as soon as possible. You can also reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.