No. Campers are advised to bring fans.
Yes. Meals are included in the camp fee but snacks are permitted between meals. Residence Halls and campus buildings have vending machines. The University Bookstore has convenience items.
Yes, coolers are permitted. Ice may be purchased in the dining center. There are no refrigerators in the residence hall rooms.
Room and board costs are included in the camp fees. Various camps sell athletic apparel or other merchandise, offer trips to the University Bookstore and allow nightly pizza deliveries. If campers wish to participate in these activities, additional funds are needed.
Yes. Whatever amount is paid as a deposit is deducted from the total camp fee.
The remaining balance is due ten days prior to the start of camp. MasterCard and Visa are accepted via secure online payment system, phone, mail, fax, or on-site.
UW-Whitewater address is, 800 W. Main Street, Whitewater, WI 53190. A good directional map can be found on Camps and Conference website under the Maps/Direction link on top of the page. In addition, each registered camper receives a campus map and directions as part of the final mailing.
No. However, a completed Camp Health History questionnaire is mandatory and is brought to check-in. No camper will be allowed to participate in any camp activities unless the Questionnaire is on file.
There are pay phones in various campus facilities (Pre-paid phone cards encouraged). Cell phones are recommended.
A final camp mailing is sent to each registered camper about 2 - 3 weeks prior to the beginning of camp. This mailing contains all information needed to prepare for your stay at UW-Whitewater.
Camp health and safety regulations allow for only two persons per room, each in a single bed.
Most camps provide space on the application for you to list a roommate preference. Roommate requests are honored unless multiple persons request the same roommate. In that case, campers are placed next door to each other or across the hall from each other. If no roommate request is made, campers are assigned to an age and gender-appropriate roommate. Every effort is made to ensure that campers are not housed alone. However, "no-shows" and uneven numbers do occur from time to time.
Different camps have different deadlines, depending on the camp date. Early registration is appreciated and ensures availability of space and timeliness of information.
In the final mailing, sent 2 - 3 weeks prior to the start of camp, check-in and check-out times will be listed as well as the residence hall designation for the camp.
Campers are supervised by adult camp staff, most of whom also reside in the residence halls. A camper/staff ratio of 15:1 is mandatory, but this ratio is usually closer to 10:1
No. Campers are not allowed off campus except under the supervision and permission of a camp staff member. Any request to leave campus must be in writing from the camper's parent and given approval by the camp director.
No. Campers bringing vehicles must turn their keys in at registration and retrieve them at check-out.
Most camps have organized activities during non-instructional periods. Free time is supervised by camp staff members.
Campers who cannot meet the time frame of regular check-in, must notify the camp office in advance at email@example.com. Late arrivals should report to the designated check-in place where there will be written notification of where to report. This procedure varies from camp-to-camp but instructions for individual camps are posted at the original check-in site.
No. Entering a residence hall other than the one assigned to your camp is grounds for non-refundable dismissal from the camp.
Parents are always welcome to watch their child participate in camp activities.