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UW La Crosse - Athletic Training
UW La Crosse - Athletic Training



WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES: The workshop will consist of several sections of lectures, practical athletic training activities, and other recreational activities.
→ Exposure to basic upper and lower body anatomy.
→ Demonstration of taping and wrapping techniques.
→ Recognition, treatment, and rehabilitation of sport injuries.
→ Emergency care and procedures.
→ Sports nutrition and hydration.

JULY 28TH - 30TH
  ENTERING GRADES: 9th - College Freshmen
  RESIDENT: $275.00
  COMMUTER: $210.00


LOCATION: Most workshop sessions will take place in the Mitchell Hall athletic training center on the UWL campus. There will also be access to classrooms and other facilities for lab and lecture sessions.

CHECK-IN & DEPARTURE: Check-in is from 3:00pm-4:00pm on Friday at the Eagle Hall. All participants must check-in. Departure time is noon on Sunday. More information will be sent with confirmation of your registration in July. Please provide your email address if you would like confirmation of your registration prior to July.

REGISTRATION, LODGING & MEALS: Resident fees include all camp sessions, meals, housing, camp t-shirt, training manual, and other activities as detailed in this brochure. Campers are housed two to a room in Eagle Hall, a state-of-the-art residence hall featuring airconditioning and semi-private bathrooms, and multiple lounge areas for campers. If you have a roommate preference, be sure to indicate that person’s name on the registration form. Commuters fees include all camp sessions, camp t-shirt, training manual and lunch on Saturday. A $50 non-refundable deposit must accompany all registration forms. The balance for all registrations is due at check-in. The registration deadline is one week prior to the start of camp.

CAMP STAFF: Camp staff will include licensed athletic trainers as well as athletic training students from UWL currently enrolled in the athletic training program. Mark Gibson, director of the university’s athletic training program and athletic training workshop, will be guest speaking during the workshop, as well as Joel Luedke, director of athletic training services.


UW-La Crosse is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer and is in compliance with Title IX and section 504. Advise us at the time of registration if you desire special accommodations. Requests will be kept confidential.