Point Music Camp
June 14-19, 2020
UW-Stevens Point campus
Camps, Fine Arts, See Stevens Point Offerings, Youth


Residential camp for students entering grades 9-12 and graduating seniors. An intensive music immersion experience at UW-Stevens Point offered by the Department of Music, culminating in a final concert.

June 14-19, 2020

  • Expand your knowledge and understanding of music

  • Develop long-lasting friendships

  • Explore the vibrant university community of UW-Stevens Point.

Only ALL-FACULTY
led camp in the state!



Work hard and have fun!  Our mission is to develop and nurture 9-12th grade musicians by helping them discover new literature, techniques, and ideas while fostering confidence and enthusiasm. Instructors are comprised entirely of UW-Stevens Point faculty/artists to ensure the best learning environment for students who are serious about music. No other camp in the state is exclusively staffed with resident university faculty.  Learn more about the faculty here.

Try something new! Electives include classes like Music Theory, Beginning Improvisation, Movie Music, Composition, Pop Music, Ukulele, Rhythm and Groove with Hand Drums and Shakers, Beginning Piano and Greatest Classical Hits.

Meet new friends! Develop long-lasting friendships and explore Stevens Point. Participate in the Talent show or Karaoke and attend the Camp Dance. Go out for ice cream with new friends.

Immerse Yourself. Unlike any other music camp in the state, our program is designed to give students an immersion experience by providing concentrated study on their primary instrument. In addition to large ensembles and electives, each student is with the UWSP teacher of their instrument for about 3-4 hours per day in master classes, lessons, chamber ensembles and more.

Whether you are an instrumentalist, a vocalist, a composer, or all three, Point Music Camp is the place to be this summer! 


​Download our Point Music Camp flyer!


 Camp Details

Point Music Camp is held each summer at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in the College of Fine Arts & Communication (COFAC) and is intended for students entering grades 9-12 as well as students graduating this spring.

Attend this great camp to gain valuable experiences, learn new techniques, and develop long-lasting friendships while experiencing our inspiring university setting and state-of-the-art Noel Fine Arts Center.   
 
Required camp forms MUST be received by June 1, 2020, to be considered registered for camp. Please see FAQs or Required Camp Forms in the left-side navigation site for proper forms. Mail forms to UWSP Continuing Education, 2100 Main Street, Old Main Bldg. Room 032, Stevens Point WI 54481. 

 Registration Information

Register on or before April 17, 2020, to receive the early bird discount rate. Regular registration fee applies after April 17, 2020. CWYSOP members receive a $25 discount when registering!


Registration Fees
These fees are the same for all camps

Residential/Commuter Camper Fees

​Registration type
Early bird registration (until April 1, 2020)
​Registration after April 1, 2020
​Residential
Includes classes, materials, all meals and lodging
​$625
- $100 deposit
$650
- $10 deposit
​Commuter 
Includes lunch on campus
$475
- $100 deposit
​$500 
- $10 deposit


Add-on Fees

$69 - Single room supplement (as space permits)
$24 -  Parking permit (written parent permission required

 Required Camp Forms

Point Music Camp requires specific forms to be completed and turned in prior to the start of camp. Your registration is not considered complete until all required forms are turned in. Please visit our Required Camp Forms webpage for copies of the forms and more specific information.

 Scholarships

Strings Merit-based Scholarships:
 
Ten scholarships are available to outstanding strings players! Each merit-based scholarship is $200. Interested students entering grades 9-12 should submit a DVD or video link to Summer.Arts.Camp@uwsp.edu no later than May 1, 2020.
 
Additionally, a limited number of scholarships are available through the UW-Stevens Point. To apply, students must meet eligibility requirements and submit the required forms to the Continuing Educaiton office at UW-Stevens Point.
 
Other Scholarships 

​Scholarship applicants need only pay a $10 deposit at time of registration. 

For more information on how to apply, please visit our scholarship page

 Directions

Highway 66 from the West:  
  • Follow Highway 66 east (Clark Street) through four traffic lights 
  • Proceed one more block from the Division Street intersection (Business Hwy 51) to Phillips St. 
  • Turn left on Phillips Street 
  • Park in Lot Q, or north end of lot P
Interstate 39 from the East/North/South:
  • Take the Business Hwy 51 Exit from I-39 (Exit #161) 
  • Follow Business Hwy 51(Division St.) through 3 traffic lights 
  • Turn left on Portage Street 
  • Park in Lot Q, or north end of lot P
Highway 66 from the East:
  • Follow Highway 66 west (Main Street) through seven traffic lights 
  • Proceed four more blocks from the Michigan Avenue intersection to Phillips Street
  • Turn right on Phillips Street 
  • Park in Lot Q, or north end of lot P

 Cancellation Policy

You may cancel up until June 2, 2020 and be charged only the non-refundable deposit fee. Cancellations received after June 2, 2020, will not be refunded. No refunds will be given for a student who leaves camp early for any reason. Send written requests to Summer.Arts.Camp@uwsp.edu

Point Music Camp 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.

We are continuously monitoring the Covid-19 situation. In the event that our camp is cancelled, we will be issuing full refunds. 

FAQ's

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Contact Information

​Anne Rogalski

UW-Stevens Point Outreach Program Manager
715-346-2426
arogalsk@uwsp.edu