Once you register a confirmation email will be sent to your email account. Contact email@example.com if you do not receive this confirmation email. 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. Please make sure you have a working email address on file with us to be able to receive important announcements and updates about this event.
Pre camp information will be available on this website three weeks prior to the start of camp. Pre camp information includes medication requirements (complete only if taking meds at this event), parking details, check-in and out times with locations, confirmed daily schedule, mailing address for camper mail, what to bring and other important information you will need to know before attending camp. If any medical information changes, it is your responsibility to notify Continuing Education Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check in and Orientation
Campers must check in at the location mentioned in the Info Packet. Parents/guardians are invited to visit with staff members and ask any last minute questions. Please note that there are no structured activities during the check-in period, but residential staff will be in the residence hall to help campers get settled in their rooms and encourage campers to begin getting to know one another in an informal setting.
Arrival/Departure Outside the Event Scheduled Time
If your schedule results in you arriving after the designated check-in or before check-out time, please indicate in your registration the time you will arrive/depart in the “Special Need/Comments” field or email email@example.com, if changes happened after you registered. On the day of arrival to campus, check the schedule in the Info Packet to see where the group will be at the time of your arrival. Please call the staff number listed in the Info Packet if you have any questions the day you arrive. If there are questions prior to camp, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
We receive many questions from registrants and guardians. Click here to review our frequently asked questions about summer camps.
Be sure that you bring all of the SOLO MUSIC you wish to study during the week. Expect to perform a solo work; memorization is preferable but not necessary. Any works in progress may be covered at lessons during the week as well. Duets will also be performed, with the music. A staff paper notebook will be handy to bring to daily theory classes, any spiral bound or loose sheets will be fine. If you own a metronome, please bring it along with your name clearly labeled.
Send one supporting document, if you have not attended our camp before. Supporting document needs to be emailed to email@example.com. Supporting documents accepted will be 1st rating in a WSMA Class A district piano contest (or comparable event), a recorded audition of two or three pieces or a letter of recommendation from your private piano teacher.
Risk Assessment Form
Please bring Risk Agreement Form that is needed for field trips off campus. This form is required by the Risk Management and Safety office. You can download the form here.
Directions to the campus can be found online by clicking here. A campus map can be found here. Campus building addresses can be found here.
Parking details will be available in the Info Packet. Notice: All campus parking lots require a parking permit. Failure to follow parking regulations will result in a fine. More information is available on the Visitor Center website.
Terms & Conditions
By registering for an event, you agree to our Registration Terms and Conditions. UW-Whitewater will hold all registrants responsible for their conduct. Serious misconduct or disruption will lead to immediate dismissal from event. Registrants dismissed from the event will not receive a refund. Please review the Terms and Conditions for more details.
Be aware that we recommend that all portable electronic devices be left at home, but ultimately it is your decision. We know that parents and children value the ability to be able to call each other at a moment's notice. For that reason, we do not prohibit cell phones at camp, but ask that cell phone use does not interfere with the event and other participants. Parents are responsible for setting clear guidelines for cell use with their child. We will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items.