Youth Programs

Indiana State University has a long and proud tradition of serving families in west-central Indiana and beyond through high-quality, developmentally appropriate youth programs, including summer camps. Each year, children and youth have the opportunity to experience the ISU college environment while developing their skills, interests, imagination and creativity through a wide-ranging and robust set of programs. These opportunities help youth explore their interests, understand college life and envision a future for themselves in college.

ISU is deeply committed to protecting the well-being of minors participating in University-sponsored and hosted programs.  Indiana State University has developed stringent requirements for all youth programs that meet legal expectations and comply with ISU Policy 901, Programs Involving Minors. The Division of University Engagement provides oversight and coordination of youth programs.

If you have questions about youth programs on campus, please contact Cynthia Phillips-Sabla, Director of the Community School of the Arts and Youth Programs on Campus at or 812-237-2528