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Cal Poly  EPIC 2017!

The summer 2017 EPIC application will open February 1st, 2017.

The application for scholarships will also be available February 1st, 2017. Both EPIC application and scholarship applications are due APRIL 15th, 2017.



Do you like building projects or figuring out how things work?  If so, then you might be an engineer.

EPIC- Engineering Possibilities in College - is a one-week summer camp at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo that introduces campers to the varied fields of engineering through hands-on labs taught by university professors and industry professionals.  EPIC campers see "Learn by Doing" in action when Cal Poly students show them the satellites, prosthetic hands, race cars, concrete canoes and other products they've developed.  In addition, EPIC campers get to design, build and test their own projects!

EPIC provides an opportunity for campers to experience life on a university campus and meet others who share their interests.

If you are entering grades 7-12 in fall 2016, you are eligible to apply for the EPIC 2016 summer camp.  This year's camp dates are:

July 9th-14th   Session 1 - Middle School Day Camp & Residential  Program Option (Grades 7-9)     

July 16th-21st   Session 2 - High School Residential Program (Grades 10-11)

July 23rd-28th  Session 3 - High School Residential Program (Grade 11-12)

July 30th- August 4th  Session 4 - High School Residential Program (Grade 11- 12)


Please read on for details about this EPIC experience! If you're interested in participating, click the "Sign Up" button.  This will let you apply for EPIC 2017.

 I hope to see you at EPIC!




Maria Manzano

Program Director


July 31, 2015, Parent of 12th Grader

EPIC 2015 (Session 3) surpassed all our expectations! My son had a blast, and came home with some clear hopes and plans for himself in the field of Engineering. He left with a comfortable grasp of what each of the fields of Engineering is all about.  I was impressed at the confidence that your program inspires.  The terminology could sound intimidating to non-Engineers (like myself) or even to high school students.  The projects and the teamwork were just perfect.  He had some very clear ideas of what he likes and what he hopes to do.  The tour of Lockheed Martin was icing on the cake. We are beyond thankful that he had this opportunity and are very impressed with Cal Poly SLO!

- Nannette O'Donnell