Campers on campus
When most of the college students head off of campus at the start of summer, campers are just starting to roll in.
Hundreds of kids from Northeastern Wisconsin and beyond come to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to learn new skills and exercise their talents — whether its polishing their cello skills, developing photographs or creating jewelry out of metal, or maybe even learning how to scuba dive.
UW-Green Bay hosts band, orchestra and choir camps for both middle and high school students, as well as art camps for middle and high school students. There is also a jazz camp, guitar camp and space experience camp with real astronaut training and a visit from a NASA astronaut.
UW-Green Bay also hosts a two-day Grandparents’ University, where children can come to campus with a grandparent or grandparents to learn about art, animals, computers, nutrition and more.
All campers are invited to stay in the campus residence halls and get a taste of the college experience before they’re ready to come back as undergraduate students.
Check out some pictures from this year’s summer camps below. Click here for more information on UW-Green Bay’s summer camps opportunities .
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Photos courtesy of the UW-Green Bay Division of Outreach and Adult Access