DMA Announces 2015 Summer Camp Schedule

By Phill Powell

In 2014 Digital Media Academy’s sessions sold out in record time – it was DMA’s most successful summer ever – and the same is expected for 2015.

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Digital Media Academy’s critically acclaimed technology summer camp program will be coming to Rice University in summer 2015.

In addition to new tech camps at Northwestern University and at Rice University, DMA has added new tech camps, including virtual reality camps and new online programming courses.

DMA 2015 Locations and Dates

Visit the DMA website for in-depth information about all DMA locations:

  • Stanford University June 22–August 21
  • Santa Clara University June 15–July 3
  • University of California, Berkeley June 29–July 10
  • UCLA June 22–July 31
  • University of California, Irvine June 22–July 17
  • University of California, San Diego June 29–August 14
  • University of Washington June 22–July 17
  • Aspen Public Schools July 13–August 7
  • Rice University July 6–July 31
  • University of Chicago June 29–July 31
  • Northwestern University July 6–August 7
  • University of Michigan June 15–June 26
  • Mackinac Island June 22–June 26
  • Concordia College June 29–July 24
  • New York University July 6–August 14
  • Bryn Mawr College July 13–August 7
  • Drexel University June 29–July 24
  • Harvard University June 29–August 21
  • George Washington University June 29–July 31
  • University of British Columbia July 6–August 7
  • McGill University July 6–July 24
  • University of Toronto July 6–August 21
  • New Camps, New Year (& New Website)

    DMA is expecting registrations for many of its most popular classes to sell out early again this year. How do we know? Because smart parents are already heading to the new and improved website, where they are registering for camps at DMA’s 23 great campus locations. Registering now ensures they stay off the waiting lists, and that their kid will have a place in class…and an unforgettable summer tech-camp experience.

    Digital Media Academy also redesigned its website to make it more user-friendly and accessible for mobile platforms, like tablets and smartphones. The new website sports a responsive web design and a faster registration process.