PreCollege Programs

Summer Camps

Additional General Information

  • All camps are residential camps, which means students live on campus.
  • Students are provided with three nutritious meals per day.
  • Students participate in daily recreational and cultural activities.
  • Students visit other college campuses.
  • Students participate in weekly field trips.
  • Students are exposed to the support services at UW-Whitewater.

Where can I find pictures from this summer?

Check out our facebook page for pictures of all our programs.

Looking for directions to the UW-Whitewater Campus?

Please follow this link for printable maps and driving directions from all areas:

Wondering what to bring to camp?

Personal Items Needed: Each student is responsible for bringing an alarm clock, bed linens, towels, pillows, iron, shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, brushes, combs, quarters for laundry, etc. Although these things are necessities; students are not restricted solely to needs listed. The following is a list of additional suggested items to consider:
Sunscreen Quarters for laundry Jeans Bug Spray
Swimsuit (appropriate) Sheets Blankets Calling Cards
Robe Comfortable shoes Towels Pillows
Tennis shoes Shower shoes Slippers
Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, brushes, combs, etc.)

Locks: Students will be issued keys to their rooms upon arrival. It is the responsibility of students to keep unoccupied rooms locked at all times. Please do not share room keys with one another. The Pre-College staff and University of Wisconsin Whitewater officials are not held responsible for lost or stolen items.

What are the rules at camp?

(NOTE: Please review the policies and procedures carefully before you arrive on the UW-Whitewater campus.)

Rules and Regulations for PreCollege Summer Camps

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UW-Whitewater Pre-College Programs, 322 McCutchan Hall, 800 W Main Street, Whitewater, WI 53190 Phone: 262-472-1126 | Toll Free: 1-800-991-5562 Email: