Mini University Camp

Mini U Topics:
Landscape Architecture
Plant, Food and Environment Science
Dal AC Farm

Participants in Mini University + Badminton will have a half-day of badminton run by Andrew Harding (2015 Nova Scotia Canada Games Coach) and a half-day of Mini University programming which gives campers the opportunity to explore University topics at the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus. It is a chance to take part in experiments in university laboratories, to meet new friends and to find out what an Agricultural Campus is all about! This unique camp will focus on experiential learning, skill development, and most importantly, having fun.

Campers will be introduced to the sport of badminton through a variety of games and drills with a focus on developing proper technique, while intermediate players will learn more advanced skills, shots, tactics and drills used by athletes who compete at the provincial level.
Lunch is included along with early drop off (8am-9am) and late pick up (4pm-5pm).  Camp programming runs from 9am - 4pm.

Participants are encouraged to supply their own badminton racquet and eye protection.

Camp Registration Form (printable pdf) click here

Camp Schedule (printable pdf) click here

Accommodations are available, on campus, accompanied by an adult.  If you would like more info on accommodations contact Jordan Wright at 902.893.4122 or visit

Registration Deadline:  July 10, 2020

Cost: $195 (lunch provided, participants will receive a DAL AC T-shirt)

Where:  DAL AC Langille Athletic Centre

Who:  8-16 years  Participants will be grouped based on age and ability

Head Coach:  Andrew Harding

Please submit registration form and payment to:
Dalhousie Agricultural Campus Athletics
20 Cumming Drive, Bible Hill, NS  B2N 5E3
ph (902) 893-6660
fax (902) 897-0014