Waynesburg University’s Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science will host its annual Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Camp Monday, June 12, through Friday, June 16. Registration is open to high school students entering their junior and senior years or spring 2023 high school graduates.
CSI Camp is a phenomenal opportunity for high school students who are interested in the forensic science and criminal justice fields.”
CSI Camp provides students with a unique, hands-on look into the fields of forensic science and criminal justice. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in activities that include DNA profiling, crime scene processing, fingerprinting, surveillance and more.
“CSI Camp is a phenomenal opportunity for high school students who are interested in the forensic science and criminal justice fields,” said Isaiah Skeete, admissions counselor. “During the camp, students will receive hands-on experiences, attend educational sessions and interact with some of the field’s experts.”
Camp registration is $500, which includes activity materials, housing, instruction and meals. There is a non-refundable, $100 deposit required for registration. To register, visit waynesburg.edu/csi-camp. Space is limited.
Students interested in attending can also apply for a scholarship to help cover the cost of registration. The deadline to apply for a scholarship is Monday, April 10.
A preliminary schedule of CSI Camp activities is available at waynesburg.edu/csi-camp.
For questions, contact Skeete at 724-852-3216 or Isaiah.email@example.com.
Want to know more about CSI Camp?
Review the online brochure, view past photos, see the preliminary schedule and register for camp, all in one place.