Computer Camps at Fairfield University

Directed by Michael Zabinski, professor of engineering at Fairfield, National Computer Camp is America's original computer camp. The focus of NCC is programming languages, App programming, video game design, web page design, minecraft modding, Arduino programming, build and fly a drone, and software applications including animation, Flash and graphics. Each week NCC offers all levels of programming in Python, Basic, C++, Java, assembler, HTML, JavaScript and scratch. The coed campers ages 6-18 may attend one or multi-week sessions with a continuous curriculum that is age appropriate and suitable for beginners to advanced.

Campers may sign up for a virtual camp or in person residential and day camps. A morning only camp is also available for 6 to 8 year old campers. The virtual camp is identical in scope to the in person day camp except the campers communicate from home.

The camp is ideal for both experienced and first time campers. An optional outdoor recreation program is available.  For further information contact Michael Zabinski at 203-710-5771 or visit NCC at  Check out the camp's mission, curriculum, feedback from parents, slide show, camp reference list, and more.

 Discounts to University staff and scholarship grants are available.

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