Trips and Clinics
The semester is over, but that doesn’t mean the outdoor fun has to stop! Join the OAC this summer as we head out for some amazing adventures.
This summer we’ll be facilitating several trips:
- Titan Adventure Retreats (for incoming first-year students)
- Titan Camp (our Summer Outdoor Orientation program for new students)
- Climbing at Devil’s Lake State Park
- Kayaking in Waupaca
In addition to these, make sure to check out our rental shop. We have lots of equipment to check out for your summer adventure – all for free if you’re a UWO Oshkosh Campus Student!
Trip fees indicated are for students and their guests, and cover the cost of transportation and most gear. Trip attendees, however, must provide their own personal gear, e.g. clothing, rain gear, hiking boots, etc.
Single day trips:
Single day trip attendees are expected to provide their own food, snacks and drinks. The OAC and its staff do not provide food or snacks on single day trips.
The cost of food and snacks are included in the trip fee for multi-day trips. Menu planning and special accommodations and needs are all discussed at the pre-trip meeting.
Payment and sign up for outdoor trips is managed at the front desk of the Outdoor Adventure Center. Both the “waiver” and “medical form” are required at the time of payment for the registration process to be considered completed. Student Recreation accepts Titan Dollars, checks and credit cards (Mastercard and Visa).
The Outdoor Adventure Center reserves the right to cancel a trip in the event of inclement weather, schedule conflicts, or if the minimum number of sign-ups were not met. Registrants will be contacted via e-mail to inform them of the cancellation of a trip. A full refund will be issued to registrants if the OAC cancels a trip.
Refunds will only be issued in the event that OAC cancels a trip.
Pre-trip meetings & Departure
Select programs, activities or trips require attendance at a pre-trip meeting. Information discussed and education provided at the pre-trip meetings are related to safety and risk management, elements essential to the enjoyment of the particular activity or trip. Meetings are held in the OAC, and registrants will be informed of the meeting date and time via e-mail. Failure to attend a pre-trip meeting may disqualify a registrant from participation in the activity or trip.
Outdoor Adventures staff and trip attendees all meet at, and depart promptly from the Outdoor Adventure Center.