No programming experience is required for attending MiBytes. Programming experience is encouraged if attending the Hacking in a Digital World program since it is designed to progress at a faster and more advanced pace.
No, MiBytes is a non-residential, commuter program only.
University instructors Marcus Darden, Jeremy Gibson Bond, and Jeff Ringenberg will be the main instructors for the camps. Undergraduate computer science students from the University of Michigan will be assisting the instructors to facilitate the programs and provide more individualized attention to the students. All students will be screened and trained in education to provide a safe and effective learning experience.
Each camp session runs Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5pm. We ask that campers arrive at 8am on the first day of the camp session for registration. (The time is subject to change as the date of the camp gets closer.)
Please visit our program cost page for information on cost and scholarships.
If you unable to pay the registration fees, there are a limited number of partial scholarships available to students who are unable to attend MiBytes without them. Please visit the cost page to submit a scholarship application.
MiBytes is possible due to the efforts and sponsorship of the Computer Science and Engineering department at the University of Michigan.