Roger Williams University Marine Biology Summer Camp | Summer Programs

Roger Williams University Marine Biology Summer Camp


This weeklong program serves as an introduction to the study of coastal ecosystems for high school students. Boys and girls utilize the marine environments of the southern New England coast as a classroom. Topics of study include coastal ecosystems, food webs, productivity of the sea, plants and animals in the coastal zone, and current events pertaining to marine biology. Students embark on hands-on field excursions in which they learn oceanographic sampling techniques, explore bay ecosystems by kayak, snorkel along barrier beaches and tidal pools, identify marine organisms and go whale watching. Lab demonstrations and guest presentations complete the program.

General Info

Name Roger Williams University Marine Biology Summer Camp
Location Bristol, RI
Year-round Contacts 401-254-3653
Program Focuses & Features Aquatics, Boating, Career, Conservation, Cruises, Fishing, Kayaking, Marine Biology/Studies, Sea Cruises, Swimming
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 14-18
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Paul Webb, Director
Residential Fee $925 (+$50), 1 week.
Year Established 1990
Dates & Sessions 2 sessions, 1 week long


Paul Webb, Director