STEM enrichment program returns to Roane State Cumberland County Campus

Adesina Davis, 12, a student at Homestead Elementary in Cumberland County, prepares to remove a model of the Eiffel Tower from a 3D printer used during STEM Camp at Roane State’s Cumberland County campus in 2018.

CROSSVILLE – Roane State Community College (RSCC) Cumberland County Campus is excited to again host a free year-long STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) enrichment program known as STEM Camp for students entering grades 6 through 8 in fall of 2021. The camp is funded by the Verizon Innovative Learning program for rural area youth.

In this program (3 weeks in July and 10 Saturdays throughout the school year), students will learn such skills as design thinking, 3D printing, augmented reality, coding, robotics and social entrepreneurship. No prior knowledge or experience is required to attend this camp.

In between sessions emphasizing STEM skills at the 2020 Verizon Innovative Learning camp at Roane State’s Cumberland County campus, campers had the opportunity to enjoy some fun and games.

The program will take place in person at the Roane State Campus, located at 2567 Cook Road in Crossville. Lunch will be provided as class is from 9 am until 4 pm starting on July 12 and runs through July 30. The Saturday classes during the school year will be held one Saturday a month from August through May from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

To register, students MUST register at If students do not have access to the internet, they are welcome to come to Roane State to use campus computers to register. Registration will close at 50 campers, so register soon.

Questions can be directed to or call 931-456-4910.

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