How can I contact the camp office?

2100 Main Street, 032 Old Main
Stevens Point, WI 54481

Phone: 715-346-3838
Fax: 715-346-3504

​What is the last date to register? When is final payment due?

Registration and final payment are due by Monday, June 11, 2018.

What are the dormitories like? Are they secure? 

Campers reside in UWSP student dormitories. Two campers are assigned to each room; single rooms are available for an additional fee of $69. Community bathroom/shower areas are shared. Showers are private stalls with an additional private dressing area. The dorms are air-conditioned. Fans are not required.
Counselors stay with and supervise the campers. For security, campers and visitors are only able to enter the residence hall through the front main entrance. The remaining doors are for exit only. An alarm will sound if one of these doors is propped open. Additionally, the main entrance is locked during sleeping hours.​

How do I get to UWSP?

Click here for driving directions and a campus map.​

​What if I need to cancel? What is the refund policy?

You may cancel up to 2 weeks prior the camp and be charged only the $100 deposit. Cancellations received after June 11, 2017, will not be refunded. No refunds will be given for a student who leaves the camp early for any reason.

Camp COFAC reserves the right to send home, without refund, any camper who fails to behave in an appropriate manner or breaks any local/state/federal laws or camp regulations.

​How much supervision is there for the campers?

We have a 10:1 camper/counselor ratio in addition to the camp faculty and staff. Trained and qualified camp counselors are on duty 24 hours/day and reside with campers in the dormitories. Counselors check-in with their assigned campers throughout the day and attendance is taken in classes and at "lights out."

Campers are not allowed to leave campus without their counselor's knowledge. Riding in other campers' cars is also prohibited during the camp session.

Camp COFAC reserves the right to send home without refund any camper who fails to behave in an appropriate manner or breaks any local/state/federal laws or regulations.

What is the daily schedule?

7 a.m.–8 a.m. - Breakfast
8 a.m.-Most Classes Begin 
noon–1 p.m. - Lunch
4 p.m.-Most Afternoon Classes End
4:45 p.m.-5:45 p.m. - Dinner
5:45 p.m.-7 p.m. - Free Time
7 p.m.-10 p.m.(est) - Social Activities

Sunday Check-In
MUSIC - 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
VIDEO PRODUCTION -  11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Saturday Check-Out
You many check-out at any time between 8 a.m. and noon.

My child would like to room with a friend - how do we request this?

There is a space on the application form for a roommate request. The camp staff does their best to honor all requests received by the application deadline.

Does my child need to bring cash for any other expenses?

All camp expenses such as meals, classes and supplies are covered by the camper's tuition. Campers may want to bring money to use vending machines or for purchases they choose to make during the week. Often times, groups will visit a nearby ice cream shop (Belt's) or the University Store.

​May I visit my child while they're at camp?

Family members are welcome to visit their campers during the week. We ask that visitors announce their arrival to the camper’s counselor and/or the camp director. Please notify the camper’s counselor if you will be leaving campus.

What evening activities are planned?

Afternoon and evening activities in the past have included movie night, talent shows, karaoke, dances, concerts, swimming, volleyball, capture the flag and nature hikes. Evening activities are based on camper interest and weather. All activities are supervised.
​​Can you accommodate special dietary restrictions?
Yes, we offer a variety of menu items at every meal including dairy free, gluten free and peanut free items. Please call 715-346-4782 with specific concerns.​