Summer Music Clinic is held on the UW-Madison campus. During the academic year, the school serves approximately 43,000 students representing 50 states and 121 countries, plus additional adult and precollege learners through the Division of Continuing Studies. Camp Randall Stadium, the lakeside Memorial Union Terrace, Capitol Square, and lively State Street make Madison an exciting backdrop to the activities of Summer Music Clinic. Additional summer camps happen on campus, making it a popular destination for people from all over the state and beyond.
Residential students live in Ogg Hall, the newest residence on the UW–Madison campus with spacious double rooms, air-conditioning, small refrigerators, and clock radios.
Rooms include twin/single beds with bed linens, pillows, and blankets.
Each bathroom provides a private shower and changing area and serves four guest rooms located immediately adjacent. We have different floor and floor wing options available depending on gender identity. Students will be asked for their gender identification and housing preferences in the registration process.
Floor lounges provide large televisions, wireless Internet access, and comfortable seating for relaxing and socializing. Computers are available for use on the first floor with the program’s supervision.
Laundry facilities, vending, and ice machines are provided on the first floor.
All facility areas are smoke-free, including guest rooms.
No parking is available at the halls. Registration materials will include details on parking arrangements close to camp.
Students can place phone calls by using the phone in the Counseling Staff Office (CSO).
Students receiving calls should instruct family and friends to call the program office at 608-263-2242 or the Ogg Hall desk at 608-262-6899. Messages will be placed in mailboxes near the hall desk.
For more information about hall policies and services, please visit the Ogg Hall web page.
Each student is paired with a roommate based on a number of factors including age, grade, gender, musical interests, and class choices. Students may make specific roommate requests, but many campers meet for the first time when they arrive, and counselors go out of their way to make it easy for residents to get to know each other. If you request a specific roommate in your registration, that person needs to list you in their roommate request as well.
The commuter option is open to students in grades 5-8 with a daily schedule of 8am to 4:30pm.
Campers need to check in with commuter counseling staff in the morning and to check out at the end of the day before leaving campus.