UW-Whitewater Summer Camps

Editor’s Note: The following information was provided by the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

The 2022 summer camps and clinics season is right around the corner, kicking off with the popular Adult Tennis Camp on June 10. Though we offer other events for adults, like the IPMBA Police Cyclist Course  and  Fencing Coach Camp, summer camps and clinics are all about KIDS! Our summer youth events are a great way to build and enhance their skills, develop confidence, and expose them to the college campus experience.

Several events are being offered for budding artists and musicians.  Musical Theater Camp is a great option for kids interested in show choir, while Percussion CampFlute Week, and String Summer Camp are great for band and orchestra players. Many other music events, from band to voice will take place all summer long. New in 2022 is the Fine Art Camp. This 6-day camp is an opportunity for high school students to immerse themselves in a college-level visual arts experience.

Technology and STEM events are also on the docket for the summer. Game development camps for middle and high school students will be offered in June, and two sessions of  Esports return in July.  EngineeringCivil Engineering and Robots are all highlighted during STEM Weeks. I Want to Be a Teacher and College for Kids are perfect for kids who are looking to explore the college experience.

Youth athletes from almost any sport can find a camp or clinic to develop their skills. Individual sports like bowling,  cross country, and  gymnastics have events throughout the summer, as do team sports like basketball, football, and volleyball. Athletic events are held for youth of all ages and abilities, and are led by camps staff who are members of our many champion Warhawk Athletics teams.

“We are excited to offer a full camps season for 2022,” says Frank Barnes, head men’s and women’s tennis coach and interim liaison for  Camps and Conferences. “It appears that our campers are eager, too, as events are filling quickly. We look forward to hosting everyone this summer, both in Whitewater and Janesville.”

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