ABOUT THIS UNIVERSITY
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ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN COMPUTER CAMPS
This is our 4th season hosting Madison, WI summer camps at our University of Wisconsin-Madison location. We strike the right balance between off-computer activities (creative games, sports, life skills, etc.) and essential technology education to foster STEM skill development (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). These popular summer day camps and overnight camps in Wisconsin allow students to explore tech interests in a fun, yet challenging setting.
We have chosen the University of Wisconsin to host our academic summer camps because of its high quality reputation as a “Public Ivy.” As the flagship campus of the University of Wisconsin system, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is an extremely large academic institution, made up of over 42,000 students. The campus in Madison is located about a mile from the Wisconsin state capital and is built over 933 acres of land – making it the perfect summer camp location.
One of the largest universities in the United States, UW-Madison is regarded as a “Public Ivy” thanks to its reputation of academic excellence. Over 42,000 students call themselves Wisconsin Badgers and attend courses in buildings and facilities spread over 933 acres of land.
Our University of Wisconsin summer program is a short 20-minute drive from Dane County Regional Airport. Come check out our Wisconsin summer camps!
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN FACTS
Nickname: The Badgers
Campus: Just outside of the state’s capital, the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus spreads over 933 acres. On campus, students can find a police force, hospital, food services, recreation facilities, and even an on-campus dairy.
Student Population: Over 42,000 students attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison, nearly 29,000 of which are undergraduates.
Rankings: The University of Wisconsin-Madison is consistently recognized and one of the top schools in the nation. In 2009, the US News & World Report ranked UW-Madison 35th among undergraduate programs of national universities. The school has been labeled a “Public Ivy,” a name given to publicly-founded universities that provide studies and opportunities that compare to those of Ivy League schools.
Athletics: The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s major sport teams participate at the highest level as members of the NCAA’s Division 1-A. Most Badger teams compete in the Big Ten Conference with other powerhouses like the University of Michigan and Ohio State University.
Distinguished Alumni and Personnel: Notable UW-Madison alumni include Carol Bartz, CEO of Yahoo!; and Charles Lindbergh, aviator. Frank Lloyd Wright also attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison.