Manhattan College Summer Day Camp

Enjoy summer in NYC with our fun-filled and educational camp for kids, ages 6-14.

The Manhattan College Summer Day Camp offers a truly unique experience, combining the vast resources of a higher education institution with learning based activities that will keep children engaged all day. Campers will have access to Manhattan College resources such as classrooms, computer labs, and our five story Library. The camp will take place on campus at our convenient New York City location. The program runs from Monday, June 25th to Friday, August 17th; 9am to 5pm.

Our priority is education and safety. The program combines fun with learning as kids participate in activities designed to help them develop new skills, try out new hobbies and make long-lasting friendships. Children will expand their creativity through art, math, and reading activities, as well as learning a number of important skills using computers and in science. Our educational activities are taught by our Manhattan College top education major students, who have teaching experience with children at different school levels. Some of our staff, including our Camp Director, hold CPR and First Aid certifications. Manhattan College summer day camp is a place where kids can learn in a college setting.

Class Descriptions


Children will be familiarized with arts activities. Children will create several projects and expose their creativity into different types of art forms.


Children will be introduced to the basic topics of science through activities and hands-on experiments. Our science class will develop the child’s scientific knowledge and point of view.


Our Reading and Movie Class is designed to build on the child’s critical and reading skills. Children will also watch film adaptations to correlate what they have read and analyzed.


Children will expand their skills in computer software and applications that will help them in the future. Through interactive and exciting projects, this fun activity will help increase children’s relationship to modern technology.


Our Math class will expose Children to several math activities to understand related math concepts. Children will foster their reasoning and problem solving skills through fun math problems.


Time Ages 5-6 Ages 7-8 Ages 9-10 Ages 11-12 Ages 13-14
9:00 -10:30 AM Arts Reading/
Science Math Computer
10:30-12:00 PM Reading/
Math Arts Computer Science
12:00-1:00 PM Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
1:00-2:00 PM Science Arts Computer Reading/
2:00-3:00 PM Computer Science Math Arts Reading/
3:00-4:00 PM Snack Snack Snack Snack Snack
4:00-5:00 PM Math Computer Reading/
Science Arts


7-8 WEEKS= $520.00 PER WEEK

4-6 WEEKS= $650.00 PER WEEK

1-3 WEEKS= $780.00 PER WEEK

Available Discounts:

Manhattan College Employees/Alumni - $50 Discount per Week

Second/Third Sibling Camper Enrolled - $50 Discount per Week

Friends of MC Employees/Alumni - $30 Discount per Week

Early Bird Special (pay in full before April 15th) - $20 Discount per Week


Campers that remain at Manhattan College after 5:30pm should be picked up before 6:30pm and parents will be charged for an additional fee of $40 per day or $150 per week. Parents will be charged a $25 late fee every half hour for picking up their child after 6:30pm.


Parents must provide cold lunch and snacks in a sealed lunch box every day.

Open House

Join us for an Open House to learn more about our Program. There will be a presentation, Q&A, and campus tour. Here are the following Open House Dates:
March 2018
March 14th at 12 PM & 6 PM

March 20th at 6 PM
March 27th at 6 PM

April 2018
April 9th at 6 PM
April 24th at 6 PM

May 2nd at 
12 PM & 6 PM
May 8th at 6 PM

Location: 4513 Manhattan College Pkwy, Bronx, NY 10471
Conference Room: HAY 100

If you would like to RSVP contact Edgar Zavala, or call at 718-862-7428


If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to schedule a private tour, please email Camp Operator, Edgar Zavala, and Camp Director, Ellie Siwicki,, or call us at 718-862-7428


Manhattan College Summer Day Camp: Where Kids Can Learn in a College Setting