3D Game Design

  • 3D printers in the MakerLab at Brandeis University

    3D printers in the MakerLab at Brandeis University

  • February 2 - March 8, 2020

    We are excited to offer a NEW educational program for high school students in computer science and 3D game design this winter! This program will be taught by Jade Garisch, a graduate student in Brandeis' Computer Science program, and managed by Brandeis' Professor of Computer Science, Timothy Hickey. It will be held on Sundays, from 1:00PM - 5:00PM, in the Brandeis University Library. Specific location details will be provided upon your enrollment.
    Program costs

    The fee for this winter program is $850.

    Since this program is offered separately from the summer Precollege programs, the following rules apply:

    • The program fee covers the entire program and is due upon registration.
    • You will not receive course credits for this program.
    • The cancellation policy is not applicable for this program, and there are no refunds.
    • Financial aid is not available for this program.
    What else should I know?
    • This program is designed for high school students.
    • You will need to bring your own laptop to class.
    • There are no required prerequisites for this program.
    • If Brandeis University is closed due to weather, we will offer a remote session.
    • If a student is unable to attend one of the scheduled sessions, advance scheduling accommodations can be arranged by emailing us.

    Register now!

    Program size is limited. For priority access, be sure to register by December 15, 2019.

    Proceeds from this program will support scholarships to Brandeis' summer App Design program.