Continuing Education Summer Camps
Summer 2018 DigiCamps General Information
DigiCamps are for children ages 12-18.
2018 DigiCamp Descriptions
DigiCamp: 3D Modeling and Animation for Games
Want your ideas and characters to come to life? A week of artistic fun awaits you in this camp, where you will learn the basics of 3D modeling, texturing, and animation. You will also get a chance to work with a pre-built character to make a video of your own design. No prior experience necessary. Cost: $375.
Section 1: June 25 - June 28 (Monday - Thursday), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
DigiCamp: Game Programming (Design)
If you would like to learn some basics behind video game programming, this camp is for you! Using the Unity 3D game engine, students will write scripts to solve a variety of problems like collision resolution, input handling, and managing the state of a running application. This camp will help expose how the game development process works and show you what a career in the video game industry is like. No prior experience necessary. Cost: $375.
Section 1: June 25 - June 28 (Monday - Thursday), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Section 2: July 16 - July 19 (Monday - Thursday), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Section 3: July 23 - July 26 (Monday - Thursday), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
DigiCamp: Creature Creation Camp - ZBrush for Beginners
Channel your inner Frankenstein and bring your own monster to life! Join this course and learn the basics of ZBrush software. Sculpt your very own creatures and paint them in 3D! No prior experience necessary. Cost: $375.
Section 1: July 16 - July 19 (Monday - Thursday), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
DigiCamp: Back to the Drawing Board - Animation for Beginners
From your sketchbook to the silver screen! If you want to learn the basics of 2D and 3D animation, this is the camp for you. Join this course and you will learn how to use several software packages, such as Flash and Maya, to bring objects and characters to life. No prior experience necessary. Cost: $375.
Section 1: July 23 - July 26 (Monday - Thursday), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
DigiCamp Registration Information
How to Register
- Register and pay online by accessing our online registration system. Look under the "Youth Programs and Camps" category. A paper registration form is also required. Please see below.
- Download the 2019 DigiCamp registration form. If you prefer not to register and pay online with a debit or credit card, submitting the paper registration form will suffice. Once you submit the form, we will provide instruction on how to make a payment with cash, check, or money order. Instructions for submitting the form are below.
- Pay your camper's tuition by the deadline of Friday, June 15, 2018.
The registration form is in PDF format. You might need to install the free software Adobe Reader in order to view the file. If you need the form sent to you in another format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit your completed registration form in one of the following ways:
Mail: Delgado Community College
Continuing Education Program
615 City Park Avenue
Building 8, Room 116
New Orleans, LA 70119
Fax: (504) 671-6366
Email: Send your form as an attachment to email@example.com.
In Person: Visit Building 8, Room 116, on Delgado Community College's City Park campus (View map and driving directions). Our summer office hours are 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday. If the office is closed, you can put your form in the mailbox hanging next to the office door.
General DigiCamp Information
All DigiCamps are held on Delgado's City Park Campus, located at 615 City Park Avenue in New Orleans, LA 70119. The camps will take place entirely in Building 8, which faces Orleans/Marconi Avenue and is located approximately mid-way between Navarre Avenue and City Park Avenue. (View map and driving directions).
Pick-Up, Drop-Off, and Parking
- Campers should arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before each camp session starts, and depart no later than 15 minutes after each session ends. Delgado cannot be responsible for students who are early arrivals or late departures.
- We will NOT require parents/guardians to sign campers out of the classroom at pick-up time, unless parents/guardians specifically request this for their camper on their registration form. If sign-out is requested, a government-issued picture ID (e.g., driver’s license, passport) will be required and only individuals listed on the camper’s registration form will be allowed to pick up that camper. If you need to add someone to the list of authorized individuals, please let us know. We will need to receive notification in writing.
- We will provide temporary, 15-minute parking passes to all parents, guardians, and other individuals who are dropping off and/or picking up their campers. These will be available everyday in the DigiCamp classroom, on a desk at the front of the room. Please display these on the driver's side dashboard.
- If a camper is driving himself or herself to Delgado and will need to park on campus, please contact us for instructions to obtain a parking permit.
- Building 8 is a small, one-story building. In addition to computer labs and classrooms, the building also has two departmental offices. There will be staff members in the building during the camps as well as the DigiCamp instructor(s).
- We suggest that you sign up for Delgado Alerts, which will notify you of any emergency situations involving the college, including campus closures.
- All DigiCamp instructors are carefully selected for their knowledge of the topics they will be teaching.
- All DigiCamp instructors must also clear a criminal background check.
- Campers should bring a bagged lunch and are also encouraged to bring snacks.
- Due to potential food allergies of other campers, as well as other concerns, all food and beverages must be kept sealed and packed away until designated break times.
- We will have a supervised break room for our campers. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we do not have a refrigerator or microwave available for our campers.
- DigiCamps include a pizza party on the last day of camp, so a bagged lunch will not be necessary. This is included in the price of the camps.
What to Wear & Bring
- All campers should bring a USB drive on which to save their work. Also known as flash drives, thumb drives, and jump drives, these are available at most drugstores, office supply stores, Wal-Mart, etc.
- We recommend that your camper dresses in layers due to the unpredictability of the building's temperature. A short-sleeved shirt is a good idea, coupled with a jacket or sweater just in case.
- Please do not send any items with your camper that are irreplaceable.
Camper's Code of Conduct
Disciplinary action may be imposed whenever a student commits or attempts to commit any act of misconduct on the Delgado Community College campus, or at any activity, function, or event sponsored or supervised by Delgado Community College, including but not limited to:
- Possession, use or distribution of an illegal or controlled substance, or look-alike drug.
- Unauthorized and/or illegal possession, use or distribution of any alcoholic beverage.
- Theft of property or services.
- Intentional or willful and wanton destruction of property.
- Assault and/or battery.
- Possession of a weapon.
- Conduct which constitutes harassment or abuse that threatens the mental well-being, health, or safety of an individual.
Consequences include, but are not limited to, time out, notifying parents, and removal from the program for the safety and well-being of other campers. Disciplinary action may also be imposed whenever a student commits any acts of misconduct during an off-site event or activity.
Continuing Education Department Office
Non-emergency phone: (504) 671-6112
Emergency phone: (504) 671-6111