All Classes $100 (plus Lab Fees)
The Horizons program is a fun way for youth to learn new ideas and skills not covered in the traditional classroom. Join Southeast Missouri State University this June and July for Horizons, where fun and learning truly coexist.
Fees are listed with individual courses. Course fees include a Horizons t-shirt, field trips, and instructional materials.
Unless otherwise noted, all courses will be held on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University and the surrounding areas. Building and room assignments, along with a campus map, will be sent with confirmation of your registration.
Horizons is offered in three one-week sessions:
*Please note special times for some classes and field trips.
Horizons is designed for youth ages 9-14. This year, we are also offering courses for children ages 5-8. These courses appear in the “Little Horizons” section. Some courses have special age requirements as noted in the class descriptions.
Unless otherwise noted, classes are restricted to 18 participants to ensure a quality experience and ample individual attention.
All instructors are professionally trained and have practical teaching experience in their areas of instruction; most are Southeast professors. Individual classes that incorporate laboratory experiments (e.g., the Crime Scene Investigation) or that are physically active (e.g., Wilderness Survival) will have an assistant to provide additional guidance.
Each course enrollment includes a Horizons t-shirt. If you are enrolled in more than one course, you will receive multiple shirts.
Participation from all persons is welcome. Southeast Missouri State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or status as a veteran.
Any person with a disability, who needs accommodations, should notify the Office of Extended & Continuing Education at the time of registration.
Thanks to the support of departments and faculty at Southeast the 2015 HORIZONS Summer Youth Enrichment Program was extremely successful, providing over 300 students with unique summer learning opportunities.
Interested in teaching a HORIZONS course? Learn more here.