Twenty-three students attended the first Southern Arkansas University Coding, Cybersecurity and Data Summer Camp June 5-7, 2017, which concluded with an awards ceremony held in the Science Building. Dr. Mohamed Shaban, assistant professor of computer science, said students learned coding principles, designing simple games using processing; developed simple Android apps; created virtual landscapes and simulated nature using Unity; classified images using Matlab, and explored the cybersecurity and computer forensics fields. Activities included painting, chess and card games. The goal of the camp was to grow interest in studying computer science among high school students. Dr. Shaban coordinated and organized the camp, and participants were Sarajane Telford, Brittany Smith, Dr. Md Karim, Dr. Rami Alroobi, Dr. Xin Yang, Dr. Jongyeop Kim, James Stewart and Dr. Rice (NASA). Award recipients were Khadija Karim (Great Chess Player); Trinity Caver (Best Card Player); Ellen Liles (Best Artist Award); Chloe Robertson, Benjamin Knight, Grant Harper and Ethan Stewart (Computational Riddles Award); Tiger McEachern (Pacman award, first place), J.J. Castro (second place) and Alvin Gonzalez (third place).