The School of Arts and Sciences (A&S) STEAM Carnival is a FREE event for the public that will be held from 2 - 5 PM on Saturday, March 9, 2024 in the Central Mall of the CSU Channel Islands campus. Parking and attendance at the STEAM Carnival is FREE.  Park in lot A3 on the campus located at One University Drive, Camarillo, CA! 

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We ask that you register to indicate your interest in attending this event.

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View a Map of the STEAM Carnival and Locations of Activities


The A&S STEAM Carnival is open to  PreK - 8th grade students and their families. Families can sign up for a campus tour by visiting the Photograph Your Future booth run by CSUCI Admissions and Outreach in the Tomorrowland Zone.

Students ranging from pre-school through middle school will be able to:

  • Experience hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts/Humanities/Social Science, and Mathematics (STEAM) activities run by volunteers from CSU Channel Islands and the community
  • Get to know STEAM organizations in our community
  • Explore college majors and learn about careers
  • Discover the CSU Channel Islands campus through campus tours

This A&S STEAM Carnival is funded through generous funding provided by the School of Arts and Sciences and a CSU Channel Islands Instructionally-Related Activities grant. Additional support for the STEAM Carnival is provided by Project AYUDAS, a Title III, US Department of Education HSI STEM Grant and a donation from the California Los Padres Section of the American Chemical Society.

The STEAM Carnival was formerly known as the CSU Channel Islands Science Carnival, an event that was held in Oxnard, CA, through March 2020.

Register now to attend the 2023 A&S STEAM Carnival on March 9, 2024.

liquid nitrogen effect on a balloon

CSU Channel Islands (CI) student demonstrates the effect of liquid nitrogen on a balloon at the annual A&S STEAM Carnival

We would like to thank our sponsors for supporting the STEAM Carnival:

logo for the School of Arts and Sciences           Instructionally Related Activities logo    Logo for the California Los Padres Section of the American Chemical Society          


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