The University of Northwestern (UNW) is a Christian university with a liberal arts focus. Its main campus is located in Saint Paul. The university offers music education and summer camps for kids ages 4+ and has a day care/preschool facility for children 16 months to 5 years. Throughout the year, it hosts events such as concerts, plays and exhibits that may appeal to families.
Academy of Music
Taught by students, graduates and faculty, the Academy of Music offers private lessons, group lessons, ensemble and summer music camps to the community members of all ages. A scholarship fund is available for low income students. Find more family music programs in our Guide to Family Music Classes.
Summer Music Camps at University of Northwestern
Summer music camp programs are offered for kids ages 4 to 18 and are developmentally appropriate for age and interest. Students receive high quality instruction from experienced faculty while engaging in shared music making in a Christian environment. Ask for a family discount if you are registering three or more children. We feature these camps in our annual Summer Camp Guide, where we update prices and dates each year.
Day Care/Preschool at Northwestern
The University of Northwestern Child Development Center is a licensed and accredited day care on campus that accepts children from age 16 months through 5 years of age. The center offers a Christian environment with a music education program. Student teachers rotate through the program, which increases the adult to child ratio. Find this and more preschools in our Guide to Twin Cities Preschools.