Offers teacher workshops and community-based music camps for youths and adults throughout the year. Programs include UM MusicTime, String Academy, Frost Audio Camp, Frank Cooper Lecture Series and a variety of preparatory classes.
Frost School of Music
Summer courses for high school students that offer a hands-on introduction to college life while earning six college credits in one of two Engineering tracks.
College of Engineering
An outreach program designed for neighbors of the University’s Coral Gables campus. Members receive newsletters with campus updates, invitations to special events, and discounts at retail and cultural outlets on campus. Enjoy concerts and movies on the Foote University Green.Sign up for salsa dancing at the Herbert Wellness Center. Tour our unique sculpture collection. Or stroll on the Ibis Walking Trail. This program includes many opportunities to enjoy all that UM has to offer.
Offers programming on various topics, ranging from fitness and nutrition to stress management. While membership is restricted to University students, faculty, staff, and alumni, the Herbert Wellness Center offers many fitness and wellness education classes available to the community. Select the “Programs & Schedules” tab on the Herbert Wellness Center’s website, then view the programs listed under the “Non-Member Programs” column.
The UM Athletic Department and UHealth have partnered with Miami-Dade Parks summer camps to help teach campers how to live a healthy life. Medical students from the Miller School of Medicine set up health fairs specifically designed for kids to provide them with overall wellness information. UM student-athletes from various sports interact with campers in a variety of activities and share how being active has benefited their lives.
Athletics & the Miller School of Medicine
A summer internship where students work with area nonprofit organizations to help with basic business functions, from accounting and financial planning to supporting human resources and marketing.
A free 3-week summer workshop that teaches journalism basics to minority and underserved students. Participants develop the content for tabloid newspaper “Miami Montage,” and a companion website including broadcast material and videos. Each year a theme is selected and professionals in their respective fields help the students to learn and create content. Applications available on our website.
School of Communication