Session I: July 13-19
Session II: July 20-25
Fee/Discounted registration before June 1
The Speech and Debate Camp is hosted by the Department of Communication, 580-581-2555 or 2359.
A residential camp (also day campers) for high school and junior high students in competitive speech and debate. Last year, more than 400 students, teachers and staff members from six states participated in the two one-week camp sessions. Evening entertainment activities include student dances with Journey Productions, Improvisation Night, and Aggie Rec Center activities.
Session I: Beginning Individual Events, Advanced Individual Events, Public Forum (new), Beginning Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Intermediate Lincoln-Douglas Debate, CX Debate (one-week or two-week option)
Session II: Beginning CX Debate, Intermediate CX Debate, Advanced CX Debate, Beginning Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Intermediate Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Advanced Lincoln-Douglas Debate.
Trophies will be awarded for first- through fifth-place in all IE events. An Outstanding Competitor trophy will be awarded to the top individual who accumulates the most sweepstakes points in the IE tournament. Awards will be presented to those recognized as Outstanding Debaters.
For more information, go to http://www.cuforensics.com. Online registration is available.