Student registration fee: $40
Adult/Chaperone registration fee: $40
The $40 registration fee includes exhibit exploration, a keynote presentation, three one hour workshops, event materials, a t-shirt and a lunch.
Chaperones are assessed a registration fee to cover lunch and materials. Chaperones are able to move in and out of any workshop throughout the day and therefore do not register to attend workshops. One chaperone for a groups of 25 or less and two chaperones for groups of 25-50 is recommended.
The following credit cards are accepted online: MasterCard, Visa, and Discover. Payments must be made by February 10, 2017. Please make checks payable to UW-Stevens Point and mail payments to: Continuing Education and Outreach, 2100 Main St. Stevens Point, WI 54481. Contact Samantha Pech at email@example.com to request an invoice prior to the event.
Registration scholarships are available only to students. Scholarships will be granted upon written recommendation by a teacher or school administrator to Julie Hellweg, Program Manager, Continuing Education and Outreach. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
or mail to Julie at 2100 Main St., Stevens Point, WI 54481. Please include your name and position, your school's name, and the name of each student in need of scholarship. Scholarship requests must be received in writing prior to online registration. Scholarship request deadline: January 13, 2017
Each registrant will receive a t-shirt as part of the event registration (includes scholarship students). T-shirts are distributed at the event. The event t-shirt for 2016-2017 is below in heather purple.
T-shirts are in adult sizes with widths in inches below:
Liability and Photo Release Forms
Each attending student must bring a parent/guardian signed copy of this Liability and Photo Release Form with them to the event in order to attend. Please provide a copy to the staff when checking into the event on February 17, 2017. A student may attend the event without a chaperone ONLY if a signed form is turned in. Liability forms created by individual schools will NOT be accepted.
Lunch will be served from 11 to 11:45 a.m. in the Dreyfus University Center Laird Room. Lunch is typically a sub sandwich, a side of chips, whole fruit, a cookie or brownie, and a drink. One of each item is provided to each attendee. Vending machines and other food options are available in close proximity to the lunch room, but are at your own expense.
New for 2016-2017! Online registration will allow registrants to indicate a vegetarian or non-vegetarian lunch option as well as include any dietary restrictions so they receive a custom lunch. When registering online, those who indicate a custom lunch should also identify if they want vegetarian or non-vegetarian.
Campus students and staff volunteer their time to escort students to workshops throughout the day. No student is ever left unattended/alone during the event.
Maps and Visitor Information
Drop-off and Pick-up Times
Drop-off time: 8 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
Where: Dreyfus University Center (DUC) on Reserve St. (#40 on the campus map)
Pick-up time: 2:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Where: Health Enhancement Center (HEC) on Fourth Ave. (#5 on campus map)
Bus Drop-off Location and Bus Parking
Provide bus drivers with drop-off and pick-up times and locations and the campus map noted above. Buses should drop-off students on Reserve St. in front of the Dreyfus University Center (#40 on campus map). Buses can ONLY park in Lot Q (in yellow on the Parking Map) the ONLY parking lot designated for buses. Students need to be picked up on Fourth Avenue in front of the Health Enhancement Center (#5 on campus map) by 2:30 p.m. Students will be escorted to this location between 2:15-2:30 p.m. Please do not block the pedestrian crosswalks by the Heath Enhancement Center or by the Dreyfus University Center.
NOTE: Buses not following parking and dropping off at the above locations will interfere with the city's school busing system near campus.
Chaperones driving alone can park in Lot R, in the morning, which is close to the Dreyfus University Center check-in location. By 2:30 p.m., chaperones may want to move vehicles closer to the Health Enhancement Center where the students will be escorted to at the end of the day. University meters are $0.75 per hour ($0.25 for 20 minutes). Available parking lots
NOTE: Lot X near the science building is closed due to the contruction of our new science buildling.
NOTE: Students are never without an escort for the duration of the event. Should you choose to have your students meet you in a location not indicated in the program outlined above, we cannot guarantee their safety as escorts are being used elsewhere, so you need to get them from their locations. Please do not ask your students to navigate campus to find you.
Special Needs Accommodations
Substitution and Cancellation Policy
Substitutions may be made at any time upon notification to Continuing Education and Outreach. Substitutes will utilize the workshops of the person they are replacing. A signed Liability and Release Form must accompany the substitute to the event.
Cancellations will receive a full refund if the cancellation request is received in writing or email by February 20, 2017. No refunds will be given after February 10, 2017. No shows are responsible for the full registration fee. Continuing Education and Outreach reserves the right to cancel the program due to insufficient enrollment or severe weather.
Continuing Education Coordination Team
120A Nelson Hall
128 Nelson Hall
Continuing Education and Outreach Office (Customer Service)
032 Old Main Building, 2100 Main Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481-3897
800-898-9472 or 715-346-3838