The STEM-X Camp starts on Sunday, June 25 and ends on Wednesday, June 28, 2023.
The STEM-X camp is free thanks to sponsorship from 3M and the UW-Stout Educational Pathways.
At this time no day camp option is available.
This camp is free of charge for all students thanks to the support of
All cancellation notices for the 2023 STEM-X Camp must be received in writing (email is acceptable). Substitutions may be made any time prior to the start of the program.
Program changes and cancellation:
The university reserves the right to make changes in programs and activities or to cancel programs if enrollment criteria are not met or when conditions beyond its control prevail. Every effort will be made to contact each attendee if a program is not held for any reason. The university's liability is limited to the refund of the program fee.
Please fill out the 2022 Youth Event Health Form and the Challenge Course Waiver and email, mail, or bring to camp.
For children with food allergies/intolerances, please fill out the Food Allergy-Intolerance Form and email, mail, or bring to camp.
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Dedicated, enthusiastic, and experienced camp counselors will be assigned to teams of 10 campers. Counselors will be responsible for their team at all times. UW-Stout faculty and teaching assistants will be on hand to assist Stout counselors with instruction during tracks.
The UW-Stout STEM Experience (STEM-X) overnight camp will provide students with hands-on experience in fields related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. In addition to these academic experiences, students will attend workshops to help develop their study and leadership skills and will learn about campus resources such as academic advisement and career services.
The camp reserves the right, upon notification of parents/legal guardians, to dismiss any camper during any session for improper conduct, language, dress, or attitude which, in the judgment of the Stout STEM Experience administrative and counseling staff, is detrimental to the well-being of other campers or smooth operation of the camp.
Camp activities will include but are not limited to the UW-Stout's Challenge Course, video and board games, capture the flag, sidewalk chalking, basketball and volleyball, crafts, yoga, and more!
Yes! Pillow, blanket, linens, and towels are provided but you are welcome to bring your own as well.
Campers will need clothes for overnight and four days of classroom and outdoor activities. Athletic clothes are recommended but not required. All campers will need close-toed shoes which are required for the Ropes Course. Campers are welcome to bring cell phones, devices, laptops, etc. However, classroom activities will utilize campus computers. Check the registration page for a full list.
All overnight campers and camp counselors will stay in a residence hall on UW-Stout's main campus. Campers can have one roommate request or will be assigned a roommate of the same gender and age.
All activities and classroom instruction will be held on the campus of UW-Stout, but 11th and 12th graders will have the option to go off campus during select times with counselor supervision.
These camps will follow UW-Stout's COVID-19 guidelines, safety requirements, and meeting protocols. See latest updates.
The UW-Stout Dining Center can accommodate most dietary restrictions and requests. Please note that during the registration process under "Dietary Restrictions and Preferences".
For more information about UW-Stout Dining - please read 'Guidelines for Individuals with Special Food Needs'
Please call Denise at 715-232-5022 or the main office at 715-232-2793 during office hours 8-4 pm Monday through Thursday. For other times please call Rebecca at 715-232-2861. This number will be provided to parents/legal guardians at camper check-in. Students are allowed to bring and use their personal cellphones.
Minor headaches, stomach pain, cramps, and cuts should be reported to the student’s counselor right away. First-aid kits will be available and will be administered by the staff. Camp staff is not allowed to give students any medication unless authorized by the student’s parent, guardian, or medical personnel. Over-the-counter medication can be provided by a nurse or a medical professional, if necessary.
If the health condition is severe enough to warrant immediate medical attention, the Head Counselor and/or the Outreach Program Manager should take the student to the nearest emergency hospital and notify the parent/guardians immediately. The Outreach Program Manager will hold all emergency medical forms and health insurance information on hand at all times, in case of such emergencies.
All accidents are to be reported to the Outreach Program Manager and/or Head Counselor. Parents/guardians will be notified of all accidents/incidences that require professional assistance.
E-Cigs or vaping is not allowed during STEM-X Camp and is not allowed on campus.