Whether you or your child is looking to explore athletics, music, theater, STEM, or more, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater has a program for you. In fact, each year thousands of tweens and teens get involved in UW-Whitewater Camps and Clinics.
Our summer camps, day clinics, competitions, and virtual events allow you to work with our award-winning coaches, directors, and expert staff, use our fantastic facilities, and experience a bit of campus life; setting the tone for future achievements.
All of our events follow strict guidelines for camper and community safety, education, and citizenship. When you, or your child, attends a #WarhawkCamp, you can feel comfortable knowing that they will walk away with an experience that they won’t soon forget!
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At UW-Whitewater, the safety of all participants is our primary concern. The campus leadership team has worked to establish safety protocols to help protect all visitors who come to campus for our activities. Below is a current list of safety measures and expectations for all of our participants. Please note that we are reviewing new federal, state, and county guidelines as they become available and these protocols may change. These protocols will be shared with all families again in the weeks prior to the start of camp to allow for review prior to completing the payment process. If at any anytime, you have questions or concerns, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Updated last 3/29/21
All participants are expected to maintain social distancing guidelines at all times.
Masks will be required at all times unless wearing them during specific activities creates additional safety concerns.
Participants and staff will be broken into groups of 25 or fewer. To decrease the risk of possible transmission, members of each group will not be allowed to interact with other groups.
Overnight participants will be assigned residence hall roommates from their group.
In addition to masks, all UW-Whitewater staff will wear personal protective equipment (PPE) when required by UW-Whitewater safety protocols.
Drills and activities will be designed to prevent contact between participants.
Meals in the dining halls will be served by UW-Whitewater staff rather than buffet style.
UW-Whitewater occupancy limits for all indoor and outdoor facilities will be strictly followed. The occupancy limits are set to allow continuous social distancing during activities.
PPE and hand sanitizer will be available and its use encouraged regularly.
Directional signs, scheduling, and other processes will be in place to reduce congestion whenever possible, ex: dorm lobbies, bathrooms, dining halls, etc.
All registrations will close at least 5 days prior to the start of the event. NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT DEADLINE and no walk-up registrations will be allowed.
Please review Warhawk Returns for additional details.
A few days before your event, all participants will be asked to complete an online screening which asks about COVID-related symptoms and recent exposure. If you are unable to answer ‘no’ to each of those questions, we will refund your registration fees. Please be honest – the health of others may depend on it. View COVID-19 Self Check Survey Questions listed below.
We encourage all participants to get vaccinated if possible. However, being vaccinated prior to coming to camp does not excuse anyone from the UW-Whitewater safety protocols.
Participants coming for single-day events are expected to isolate for the 10 days prior to arrival.
Participants coming to campus for multi-day overnight or commuter events will need to have a COVID test within 3 days of the start of camp. Documentation of a negative test will be reviewed PRIOR to the check-in process. To minimize delays in the check-in process, we encourage testing prior to arriving on campus. Visit Wisconsin DHS site, or Illinois DHS site for testing sites near you.
UW-Whitewater will have an on-site testing clinic for participants available at no cost the day of your event. Please plan on arriving 60-90 minutes prior to checking in as test results will need to be confirmed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Participants who have tested positive more than two weeks and less than 90 days prior to attending camp will be exempt from testing because COVID tests may return false positives and the body should retain sufficient immunity during that time. Proof of a positive test will be required.
If a participant tests positive for COVID prior to coming to campus, they will need to isolate for at least 10 days. They will be eligible to participate after that time if they are fever free and symptoms are improving.
Full refund will be given to families who need to cancel because of COVID illness.
We are changing the event check-in process to help protect participants and UW-Whitewater staff.
The check-in process for summer events will be a drive-thru style. All participants and family will remain in their cars to receive information, additional directions, and dorm keys. Spring and fall event check-in is posted on each individual event website.
Proof of recent COVID negative test will be reviewed by UW-Whitewater staff. If you do not have your documents available, you will be directed to the campus testing site before returning to the check-in location.
All participants will be asked screening questions regarding recent fever, symptoms, and exposure to others who test positive for COVID.
If a participant reports or shows symptoms of COVID while on campus, they will be isolated from the group immediately. Their roommate, if they have spent more than 15 minutes in their room together, will also be isolated because of their close proximity.
The participant, who develop symptoms and their roommate. Parents/guardians will be notified immediately and instructed to pick up the children as soon as possible.
UW-Whitewater staff members, in full PPE, will supervise the participants during this isolation period.
COVID tests will not be administered during the event since test results within a few days of symptom onset may be unreliable.
Others in their group will be allowed to continue with event activities.
A pro-rated amount will be refunded to both families.
A post-event satisfaction survey will be sent to participants but feel free to send additional feedback to email@example.com.
If the event participants shows signs of COVID exposure or tests positive within 3 days of returning home, please notify us via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (262-472-3165).
Thank you for your interest and support of UW-Whitewater’s events.
Complete self check-in survey that will be emailed to you one week before the event takes place. You will be asked three (3) Yes/No questions:
If you have answered "YES" to any of these questions, you will not be eligible to participate in any on-campus events for the safety of yourself and others. You will be contacted by email@example.com to process your cancellation and refund, if applicable. Additionally, if you have experienced any of the symptions listed, it is advisable to contact a medical practitioner for further evaluation.
If you have answered "NO" to all the questions you may participate in this event. At check-in you will be asked these three questions again. If you answer "Yes" at check-in, you will be asked to leave immediately and firstname.lastname@example.org will be in contact with you to process your cancellation and refund.
Register for on-campus events risk free. If we cancel an on campus event due to COVID-19, we will let you know 21 days prior to each event.
No. Fees will be not be required until 21 days prior to an event. We will contact you via email from email@example.com confirming the event will be held. Attached in the email will be an invoice requesting payment and irections on how to pay online. Full payments will be expected 7 days prior to each event. Email will be sent to the account holder who registered for the event.
Historically, email accounts used from centurytel.net and wi.rr.com are blocked from receiving notifications from us or may end up in your spam folder. You are able to register using these accounts; however, you will not receive emails from us. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to verify the email account we have for you on file.
Different events have different deadlines, depending on the event date. We hold the right to cancel an event due to low enrollment. Early registration is appreciated and ensures the event will run, availability of space and timeliness of information. Online registration closes at least 5 days prior to the start of the event and will be noted on event website. Check event website to see if walk-up registrations are accepted and review requirements if you missed the registration deadline and would like to attend. Due to COVID-19 most events will not accept walk-up registrations. Summer camp roommate requests made after this deadline can be reviewed with the camp/residence staff after check in.
All registrant accounts must be paid in full three weeks (21 days) prior to the start of event. Risk Free Registration that are held on campus will be required 7 days prior to the event. Registrants with outstanding balances after payment is due in full are subject to being removed from the event roster without refund. Please contact Continuing Education Services at email@example.com prior to this deadline if extenuating circumstances prevent you from completing a payment. MasterCard and Visa are accepted via secure online payment system only. Cash and checks made out to UW-Whitewater can be delivered to Continuing Education Services, 800 W. Main Street, Roseman 2005, Whitewater WI 53190. Please do NOT send cash through the mail. Payment can only be accepted by Continuing Education Staff and will not be accepted by the event director or their staff.
Yes, plan on the event happening unless you recieve an email from us or see a posting on the event webiste. We will contact the email address used in the registration to notify of any cancellations and the plan to reschedule or how we will return your event fee. All fees will be returned if we cancel the event. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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Typically there will be a deposit collected for all overnight camps and few day clinics. Due to COVID-19 we will NOT be collecting any deposits for on campus events. Whatever amount is paid as a deposit is deducted from the total event fee.
No, each minor registrant will only need to complete the health questions in their online registration. Those bringing medication to an overnight camp will need to fill out a medication form that will be available in the pre-camp information provided on the website of the event, three weeks prior to its start.
Summer overnight camp information will be available on each event camp website three weeks prior to the camp start date.
Day clinics and workshops will be listed on the website. Check back one week prior to the event for any updates. We will also email the account used to register any important updates.
Registrants who received an award from an event last year will receive a certificate with a promo code listed during the event closing remarks or in the mail shortly after the event. Register for the event online and type the promo code you received in the payments section before entering your credit card. Questions? Please call Continuing Education Services at 262-472-3165 or email email@example.com.
Organizations providing a sponsorship will fill out a sponsor request online at http://www.uww.edu/ce/camps/sponsor. Continuing Education Services will review the application and provide a promo code to the organization to give to the registrant to use at check out.
Your account will show a balance due until the full payment is received. Any remaining balance remains the participant’s responsibility. Any cancellations will result in the sponsorship funds being returned to the supporting organization. Promo codes cannot be applied after payment is received in full.
Meals are included in most summer events' fee, but snacks are permitted between meals. Residence Halls and campus buildings have vending machines. The University Bookstore has convenience items. Registrants will have three well-balanced meals each full day. Most meals are provided in the dining halls. Special dietary needs will be met and must be included in attendee registration to be accommodated. Location of meals will be included in schedule of the camp information packet. Registrants may bring their own snacks.
Yes, coolers are permitted. Ice is available for purchase at the dining halls for those bringing a cooler. No refrigerator will be provided or accessible, except in Starin Hall.
Room and board costs are included in the camp fees. Various summer camps sell athletic apparel or other merchandise, offer trips to the University Bookstore and allow nightly pizza deliveries. If registrants wish to participate in these activities, additional funds are needed. Please review the camp information packet for additional details regarding your specific camp.
Due to state regulations, we are required to collect all reported medications used by minors. Medications will be collected by our athletic trainers at event check-in and returned at check-out. Please remember to properly label and pack minors medication. All medication, including vitamins, supplements and over the counter medication, should be in their original containers. If using an EPI pen or inhaler, we recommend bringing two to event - one to keep on person and another with the athletic trainers. If only one is available, it will be kept with minor unless otherwise requested. If medications are not picked up at check out, medications will be mailed to the address provided in at registration.
No (with the exception of Starin Hall and Ma'iingan Hall). Participants are advised to bring fans. Note: The gymnasiums are also not air-conditioned. Greenhill Center of the Arts, Moraine Bookstore, Upham Hall, University Center and dining halls are air-conditioned. During periods of heat, directors will provide a cool area for participants and will take all the necessary precautions to avoid heat fatigue. This may include cancelling awards ceremonies in the gymnasium.
Camp health and safety regulations allow for only two persons per room, each in a single bed. Starin Hall and Ma'iingan Hall will allow four. Every effort will be made to ensure each participant has a roommate. We cannot guarantee each event will have an even number of participants.
Most camps provide space on the application for you to list a roommate preference. Roommate requests are honored when possible, 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. Roommate requests can be changed until 4 days prior to the start of the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Roommate requests after this deadline can be reviewed with the camp/residence staff after check in. 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. Requests for single rooms will not be honored.
No. Entering a residence hall other than the one assigned to your event is grounds for non-refundable dismissal from the event.
Cell phones are recommended. Each event will provide a staff number where parents may call and leave messages for participants during the event session. This phone number will be available in the camp infomation packet located on the event website. Messages will be checked regularly. You may also call 262-472-3165 Continuing Education Services, Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm.
Most camps have organized activities during non-instructional periods. Free time is supervised by camp staff members. Commuters are welcome to join the group in the residence halls
Each residence hall will be locked after hours of instruction. Those participants who become locked out will need to call the director of the event. Their number is listed in the camp information packet. There are also numerous emergency phones with a blue light around campus in public locations. Participants are encouraged to pick up the phone and ask for help. Campus security will assist. To guarantee not being locked out, participants should not leave the building unsupervised.
No. Participants are not allowed off campus except under the supervision and permission of an event staff member. Any request to leave campus must be in writing from the participant's parent and given approval by the event director. If your event has a sponsored off-campus activity, a permission slip will be included in the pre-camp information packet. Permission slips will be collected at camp check-in. Participants will not be allowed to participate in off-campus activities without a signed permission slip on file.
Guardians are welcome to watch their child participate in camp activities on a camp by camp basis. Introduce yourself to camp staff, provide proof of identification and let them know who your child is. The camp director will verify guardianship with emergency contact number provided. For security reasons only guardians are allowed to be in facilities not announced as a public performance.
Note: During certain times (like during a pandemic) we will not be able to allow guardians watch for the safety of our staff and registrants. We will indicate if watching is not available on each event website.
Parents will be called for advice and recommendations if the problem does not require immediate medical attention. Should your child require medical attention, the camp health supervisor will assess appropriate measures to take. UW-Whitewater camps have the full cooperation of Janesville Mercy Hospital and emergency room personnel. For participants taking medication, please complete the health form prior to arrival. When possible, the Athletic Trainers and health staff will contact parent(s)/guardian(s) before seeking treatment.
You will be required to provide health information in the registration. Athletic Trainers and health staff will refer to the registration whenever medical treatment is necessary; this is the only guide a health care provider will have in case of an emergency.
Due to the pandemic we are not allowing mail to be delivered to campers.
Yes. All of our UW-Whitewater employees and camp staff have undergone a background check before being hired.
Campers are supervised by adult camp staff, most of whom also reside in the residence halls. A camper/staff ratio of 10:1 is mandatory.
You will be required to provide health information in the registration. Athletic Trainers and health staff will refer to the registration whenever medical treatment is necessary; this is the only guide a health care provider will have in case of an emergency.
Review and agree to all COVID-19 protocols listed under COVID-19 tab in this section.
I UNDERSTAND THAT I AM BEING ASKED TO READ EACH OF THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS CAREFULLY. I UNDERSTAND THAT IF I WISH TO DISCUSS ANY OF THE TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT, I MAY CONTACT: RISK MANAGEMENT AND SAFETY AT (262)-472-1856 OR CONTINUING EDUCATION SERVICES AT (262) 472-3165.
Liability Waiver: Registrants understand that not all risks can be foreseen and there are some risks which are unpredictable. They understand that certain inherent risks that cannot be eliminated regardless of the care taken to avoid injuries. They am aware of the risks of participation, which include, but are not limited to, the possibility of physical injury, fatigue, bruises, contusions, broken bones, concussion, paralysis, and even death. Registrants understand that the university has advised them to seek the advice of their physician before participating in the above named program. They understand that they have been advised to have health and accident insurance in effect and that no such coverage is provided for them by the University or the State of Wisconsin. Registrants know, understand, and appreciate the risks that are inherent in the above-listed programs and activities. They hereby assert that their participation is voluntary and that they knowingly assume all such risks.
Hold Harmless, Indemnity and Release: In consideration of my participation in these activities, the registrant, for themselves, spouse, heirs, personal representatives, estate or assigns, agree to defend, hold harmless, indemnify and release the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and their officers, employees, agents, volunteers, and all others who are involved, from and against any and all claims, demands, actions, or causes of action of any sort on account of damage to personal property, injury, or death which may result from thier participation in the abovelisted program. This release includes claims based on the negligence of the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and their officers, employees, agents, and volunteers, but expressly does not include claims based on their intentional misconduct or gross negligence. Registrants understand that by agreeing to this clause they are releasing claims and giving up substantial rights, including thier right to sue.
Consent for Emergency Treatment: In the event of a serious injury, the registrant authorizes the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and its designated representatives to consent, on their behalf, to any emergency medical/hospital care or treatment to be rendered upon the advice of any licensed physician. Registrants agree to be responsible for all necessary charges incurred by any hospitalization or treatment rendered pursuant to this authorization.
Photographs and Videos: By applying for this event, registrants understand that the University may take photographs and/or videos of event participants and activities. Registrants agree that the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater shall be the owner of and may use such photographs and/or videos relating to the promotion of future events. Registrants relinquish all rights that may claim in relation to use of said media. Any shared with the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on social media or use of its hashtags grants use of those media for any purpose.
Registrant Conduct: Any misconduct by a registrant is grounds for immediate dismissal from event without a refund. Event Directors have final determination of registrant conduct.
Smoking/Vaping: The University of Wisconsin Whitewater is committed to providing a safe, healthy environment for all visitors to the campus. UW-Whitewater prohibits smoking/vaping within twenty-five feet of all building entrances, air intakes, operable windows or other designated areas. Smoking/Vaping use by minors is illegal and will be subject for immediate dismissal from event without refund.
University Property Damage: Any damage to University property by registrants will be paid for by the registrant or the registrant’s guardians.
Lost or Stolen Items: Be aware that we advise you to leave all non-essential, portable electronic devices at home, but ultimately it is your decision. We will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items.
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is committed to equal opportunity in its educational programs, activities and employment policies, for all persons, regardless of race, color, gender, creed, religion, age, ancestry, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, marital status, Vietnam-era veteran status, parental status and pregnancy.
If you have any disabling condition that requires special accommodations or attention, please advise us well in advance. We will make every effort to accommodate your special needs.
Health Insurance: Registrants are encouraged to have their own health insurance, as accident insurance provided by the University is limited. Registrants understand that each registrant will be covered by a limited accident insurance policy. The insurance includes primary coverage up to $10,000. Insurance does not cover pre-existing injuries and is for accidents only. The cost of insurance is included in the registration fee. This insurance will not cover you while you are traveling to or from campus.
Awards and Scholarships: Past camp awards from UW-Whitewater or scholarship awarded to you from your school, coach, club, etc. must be applied before your balance is paid in full. A processing fee will be assessed if refund check is issued due to overpayment on your account. Discount cannot be applied after you register and pay.
Medical Information: If any medical information changes, it is your responsibility to notify Continuing Education Services at email@example.com with any changes.
Off Campus Trips: All minor registrants are confined to the University campuses proper; any trips off campus require an activity waiver form completed. All minor registrants making off campus trips must be accompanied by a staff member unless written permission from the guardian is provided.
Minor’s Cell Phone Use: Cell phones are allowed at events, but usage cannot interfere with the event and other participants. Guardians are responsible for setting clear guidelines for cell use with the minor.
Camp Information Packet: The camp information packet will be available on the camp website to download at least three weeks
prior to the start of camp. Camp information packet will includes medication requirements (complete only if taking meds at this event), check-in and out times with locations, confirmed daily schedule, what to bring and other important information you will need to know before attending camp.
Health Services Staff Available: Each of our summer camps has dedicated Health Services Staff assigned for the duration of
the camp. The health staff will treat injuries typical to athletic participation and will monitor participant hydration.
University Housing (Applicable to residential camps only): University Housing residence halls provide student-style housing conveniently located on campus near camps. Each room includes two twin beds, desks, chairs, and shared bathroom facilities with individual stalls. Campers will need to provide bed linens and pillows. Please note that our residence halls are not air-conditioned. We strongly advise campers to bring a fan, if possible. Laundry and vending machines are located within halls. Campers may be assessed fees for any damages incurred and/or lost keys.
Registrants are not allowed to enter any residence hall other than the one assigned to their camp. Boys are not allowed to enter girls’ rooms and vice
versa. Public spaces are provided in each residence hall for campers to socialize. With the exception of check-in and check-out, no visitors are
permitted in your room at any time.
Campers are responsible for their own money and personal items; the University and the camp are not responsible for lost items. Keep your doors
locked at all times. Do not share your room keys with others. Contact staff with concerns.
Meals: You will be given a meal band that you must bring to every meal. Lost or destroyed bands will be replaced at the dining center at a fee to the registrant. Registration will ask dietary needs. The registrant must reach out to the meal staff for help in making dietary decisions.
Parking and Transportation: Parking permits details will be available in the camp information packet. All vehicles must have a parking permit displayed in their window and park in assigned lots indicated in the camp infomation packet. Failure to do so will result in a fine. More information on parking is on the Visitor Center website.
COVID-19 No Risk Registration (on campus events only): Continuing Education Services will not require payment until three weeks (21 days) prior to the start of event. Our office will send you an invoice via email address used in registration.
Cancellations and Refunds: All registrant accounts must be paid in full three weeks (21 days) prior to the start of event. Registrants with outstanding balances after payment is due in full are subject to being removed from the event roster without refund. Please contact Continuing Education Services at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to this deadline if extenuating circumstances prevent you from completing a payment.
In the event of a cancellation, Continuing Education Services should be notified no later than 21 days before the start of the event session in order to receive a full refund. Cancellation requests received less than 21 days from the start of camp will receive a refund minus 50% late cancellation fee of event cost. Cancellations due to medical reasons and COVID-19 positive (or close contact) will receive a full refund. Valid medical cancellations must include a signed letter from a licensed physician to qualify. NO REFUNDS will be given for withdrawal due to early departures, disciplinary reasons or no show after the camp has started.
All cancellation requests must be submitted to email@example.com; provide registrant’s name, camp and medical documentation, if applicable. Refunds will be returned to name and address of payer.
We reserve the right to cancel any camp due to low enrollment; in such case, all fees paid will be refunded or the registrant can choose to apply fees to a different summer event.
COVID-19 No Risk Registration (on campus events only): Continuing Education Services will not require payment until three weeks (21 days) prior to the start of event. Our office will send you an invoice to request payment, via email address used in registration.
Cancellations and Refunds (on campus events): All registrant accounts must be paid in full three weeks (21 days) prior to the start of event. Registrants with outstanding balances after payment is due in full are subject to being removed from the event roster without refund. Please contact Continuing Education Services at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to this deadline if extenuating circumstances prevent you from completing a payment.
In the event of a cancellation, Continuing Education Services should be notified no later than 21 days before the start of the event session in order to receive a full refund. Cancellation requests received less than 21 days from the start of camp will receive a refund minus 50% late cancellation fee of event cost. Cancellations due to covid-19 and medical reasons will receive a full refund. Valid medical cancellations must include a signed letter from a licensed physician to qualify. NO REFUNDS will be given for withdrawal due to early departures, disciplinary reasons or no show after the event has started.
All cancellation requests must be submitted to email@example.com; provide registrant’s name, camp and medical documentation, if applicable. Refunds will be returned to name an address of payer.
We reserve the right to cancel any event due to low enrollment; in such case, all fees paid will be refunded.
Parking: Parking permits are required on all vehicles parked on campus at all times, with the exception of 5 p.m. Fridays to 11:00 p.m. Sundays. Vehicles arriving after Parking Services office hours may purchase a parking permit from the kiosk located behind the Visitor Center in the service drive. More information on parking is on the Visitor Center website.
Cancellations and Refunds: No refunds will be given
Cancellations and Refunds: Review event website.
All registrants must agree to these terms and conditions before being allowed to submit a registration. Click here to download a copy.
We make a promise to our Warhawks that we will provide safe environments for them to learn, work and play.
In response to campus guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Continuing Education and Camps and Conferences offices are open by appointment. Our department remains operational with staff available Monday through Friday, from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. via phone or email. Postal deliveries are received regularly.
Please call 262-472-3165 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to schedule an appointment.
"I liked being able to get a taste of living 'on my own'. This is the first time I've ever been to a camp and it was comforting knowing that college wouldn't be to horrible. I had a great time in the resident halls and wish I could come again next year (I'm a senior, UW Whitewater is at the top of my list for colleges to attend in fall 2020)."
- Theatre Participant
"My daughter felt liked she learned a lot, especially about screenwriting which was new to her. She came back with a lot of practical knowledge about how to pursue writing as a career, it's secondary to how you make actual money when you are first starting out. Since she will be a Junior next year, this is important information in helping her determine her course of study in college. The size of the camp was great for a lot of one on one feed back from the instructors. She was so happy to finally be in a learning environment where nobody was forced to be there and everyone contributed to the conversation."
- Parent of Growing Writers Participant
"My son attended your virtual quarterback camp yesterday and I wanted to tell you how impressed I was. Coach Jennings ran the camp efficiently and did a tremendous job with the kids, providing feedback and words of encouragement throughout the entire session. I signed my son up for all the virtual camps that weren't already filled up and I would sign him up for ANY other camp Coach Jennings might host. It's been very difficult to get any kind of specialized quarterback training due to the Coronavirus, so these virtual camps worked out perfect for us. This was really "outside the box" thinking by Coach Jennings. So, thank you to him and anyone else that helped make it happen."
- Rob Lofgren, 2020
"I just wanted to take a moment to thank you and your camp staff for giving my daughter a wonderful experience. My daughter was at camp the first week. She is currently working to be a level 8 gymnast, and as a 12 year old has hit a few rough patches. As you know, gymnastics takes dedication and a lot of time. She needed to be re-energized, have fun and gain some confidence in herself. Your camp offered that! When she came home, I heard nothing but "Warhawk this and Warhawk that . . . " She wears her Warhawk Gymnastics tank top often and has a renewed confidence in herself. I do want to send a special shout out/thank you to Harvey . . . . she loved him and made her so confident in her vaulting! Go Harvey! You are highly thought of back in South Dakota! :)" Thanks again so much!
"I wanted to thank UW-Whitewater and your staff for having this camp this weekend. My son got a lot out of the camp...he enjoyed the camp and got a lot of guidance and learning opportunities. Thanks again!"
- Parent of a 2020 Football Perimeter Camper
"I liked the people at camp. From the students to the teachers everyone was funny and really nice. The best stories from camp are the ones that you can go back next year and relive those memories with them."
- String Camp Registrant
"He loved growing as a musician but also liked the walking breaks across campus to break up the day."
- High School Band Camp Music Parent
"Making connections with other campers and hands on experiences in a classroom."
- I Want To Be A Teacher Participant
"She loved being able to work with Dr. Chung. It was the first time she ever worked with anyone other than her regular piano teacher. It inspired her and as she said, 'reinforced her love of piano and classical music.' She’s practicing more since the camp."
- Piano Camp Parent
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