Guidelines and Resources

Registration and Health Form

UW-Superior utilizes CampDoc for all youth participants attending camps, clinics, and/or events where the university is taking custodial care of the participant. Youth profiles should be 100% completed prior to the start of the program as program staff will utilize the information to keep each participant safe while enjoying the skills gained while attending the program. Universal registration link for UW-Superior programming can be found here:

Communication Expectations

If a participant becomes ill or is unable to fully participate in the program’s activities, the parent/guardian, emergency contact, and/or authorized pick-up person will be contacted by a member of the program staff. If a participant is unable to attend a scheduled date of the program, the parent/guardian will contact the program director as soon as possible utilizing the process as determined and communicated by each program. Program directors should contact each registered participant’s parent/guardian before the start of the program to share participant code of conduct and expectations and parent/guardian code of conduct and expectations. Within the code of conduct, specifics such as communication expectations should be addressed.

Camp and General Policies

Each youth program reserves the right, upon notification of parents/guardians, to dismiss any youth participant during any session for improper dress, conduct, language, or attitude which, in the judgement of the program staff, is detrimental to the other participants or smooth operation of the program. If, in the judgement of the program staff a participant violates program rules or regulations, they may be dismissed without refund of fees and/or referred to appropriate authorities.


  • Youth participants may not leave the camp premises at any time during the youth program.
  • Youth participants, parents/guardians, and program staff may not possess, use, distribute, or sell alcoholic beverages, drugs, firearms, weapons (including knives) or fireworks.
  • Youth participants, parents/guardians, and program staff may not possess or use any tobacco products or e-cigarettes while in attendance at youth programs.
  • Youth participants, parents/guardians, and program staff may not tamper with any fire equipment (i.e. fire extinguishers, fire alarms, smoke detectors, etc.). If found doing so, dismissal from camp will be immediate and University officials are required by law to report the responsible individual(s) to local authorities who may fine and prosecute them under State Statute 941.13 (which calls for a fine of up to $500 or imprisonment of not more than one year or both).
  • Youth participants, parents/guardians, and program staff may not interfere with any security system or tamper with locks in any area of campus.
  • Lewd and offensive speech or actions that undermine camp decorum are prohibited.
  • Youth participants, parents/guardians, and program staff shall not be permitted to wear clothing that contains pictures of and/or writing referring to alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, sexual references, profanity, violence, and/or illegal drugs.
  • Vandalism and pranks will not be permitted due to the potential danger to others and University property.
  • No pets of any kind are allowed at camp.
  • Guests and visitors (parents/guardians and other immediate family members) will not be allowed to enter or join the camp at any time.
  • Drop-Off/Pick-Up: Parents/Guardians are advised to drop-off/pick-up youth participants promptly at the start and end of each program day. Program staff are on site before and after the program; however early drop-off and late pick-up is not an acceptable practice. Failure to pick up the youth participant(s) in a reasonable period after the program concludes will result in a supervisory charge of $10 every 15 minutes.
  • Cell Phones: Youth participants may bring cell phones to camp, but they must be turned off during any camp activity.
  • Parking: Youth participants, parents/guardians, and program staff who will be parking a vehicle for the program’s duration must buy a parking pass. Daily and weekly parking passes are available for purchase online, or in person at the Public Safety Building on campus (606 Belknap Street). There are also designated parking spots throughout the campus to utilize ParkMobile. Additional information regarding parking can be found here.
  • Computer Use: Youth participants are not allowed to use campus computers unless they are in a supervised setting. Computer kiosks located on campus are not intended for youth participants.

Photo & Video Images

Youth program images help us to tell the story of our campus and our mission. They may be used for non-commercial purposes only, such as print publications, UW-Superior websites, e-communications, presentations, and documents about UW-Superior for admission, recruitment, fundraising or institutional purposes. We appreciate your cooperation and consent in allowing us to photograph your child for use in various mediums without any personal identifiers. These images will be used only for official purposes and with the respect and consideration to which you are entitled.

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