Registration for UIW Language and Culture Camp

Applications must be accompanied by a $300 USD non-refundable and non-transferable deposit and completed medical and general release forms.

Note: The $300 USD deposit will be applied to the total cost of the camp.

Register for Language and Culture Camp



Tuition for campers attending the UIW Language and Culture Summer Camp is $3,000 USD, which includes:

  • 13 nights in a UIW residence hall
  • Meals* (except 2 out on excursion)
  • Transportation to/from the airport and during camp
  • Accident and sickness insurance
  • All English language courses
  • Learning materials and placement language exam
  • Entrance fees to all off-campus excursions
  • Use of university campus facilities
  • Internet access
  • Certificate of participation
  • Camp t-shirt
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Housing and Meals

Students will be housed in University of the Incarnate Word residence halls and will eat many of their meals in university dining hall. Roommates will be assigned, and most rooms accommodate two students. Our dormitory floors will be separated by gender. While in the residence halls, all camp students will be under the careful supervision of the camp staff and security will be a priority. Meals begin with dinner on Sunday, July 7, 2024, and end with breakfast on Saturday, July 20, 2024.

The UIW Language and Culture Camp is committed to offering a safe and healthy experience while being here in San Antonio, Texas.


We are thrilled to be back with this amazing learning experience! Our camp is committed to keeping our participants, faculty, counselors and staff safe and healthy. We are currently taking actions listed below to ensure the safety of our program.

The University of the Incarnate Word follows the CDC guidelines and UIW Health and Safety guide.

Required Documentation

The following documentation is required to attend the camp:

  • Valid Passport (valid for at least 6 months from date of arrival)
  • Valid Tourist Visa *when applicable (valid for at least 6 months from arrival)
  • Letter of good conduct from Camper’s school

The UIW Language and Culture Camp is not affiliated to a degree or non-degree program. Based on the purpose of the program, when applicable, participants are to apply for the issuance of the B-1 Tourist Visa at the nearest U.S. Embassy. More information can be found found at the US Department of State website. An invitation letter on behalf of UIW may be requested on an individual basis.

Placement Exams

Each student will take a short language placement exam to be placed in the correct level for optimal learning. This will be conducted upon arrival.