Tournament Day Expectations
UW-Stevens Point would like to keep family, spectators, and participants
safe while on campus and we ask that you, as visitors to UW-Stevens
point, protect university equipment, assets, and property while you are here.
Each tournament Challenge Master is given an area to supervise and manage during
the day and is asked to follow these guidelines for protecting univeristy
equipment and property. Please bring a copy of this document with you to the
Liability and Photo Release Form
All tournament participants are required to submit a signed form by April 4, 2014.
Release forms are due prior to the April 12 event. Information on where to submit the form will be posted soon. An updated form will be posted in January, 2014.
Meals will not be provided to teams and
the general public.
The following dining options will be available on the day of the
Dreyfus University Center Venues
Up in Flames
Venues above will be open from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Ala Carte snacks and beverages will also be available for purchase during
these time frames.
Debot Dining Center
may purchase breakfast, lunch or dinner tickets at the Debot Dining Center on
the day of the event. Visit Debot Dining Center. Meal
tickets are sold at the Upper Debot at the following prices:
UWSP student organizations may have kiosks
at various locations on campus
Boy Scout Troop 298 (held at
St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish on Reserve between High and Stanley
Please support the student organizations and
Boy Scout Troop 298 as these are fundraising events for them. Thank
Stevens Point Area Information
The Stevens Point Area Convention and Visitor's
Bureau has complete hotel, restaurant and area attraction information. Visit
the website and click on the Stevens
Point Area Convention and Visitor's Bureau.
Things to Explore on Campus
Gym Creativity Expo! Visit the exhibit space to find organizations with
a focus on opportunities to learn, have fun, and engage in creative
problem-solving. Exhibitors have been asked to share creative problem solving
activities and all organizations have a focus is on science, technology,
engineering, mathematics, communication, performance, and/or teamwork. Visit
the expo to explore other avenues for using the skills learned in Destination
Visit a Herpetology Show!
the Herpetology Society
ATable set up in the Trainor Natural
Resource Building, 1st Floor)
Visit Schmeeckle Reserve
Visit the Learning Resource
Center (our library) and see the "Enchanted Toys" display (first floor
Museums and Art Galleries at
The Carlsten Art Gallery Exhibit: "Connecting to
Place: Lake Michigan Song" from Diana Black, Associate Professor of Graphic
Design (2nd Floor in the College of Fine Arts and Communications Building)
(Gallery Hours: 1 - 4:00 p.m.)
Visit the Dorothy & Jacque Vallier Early
American Pressed Glass Goblet Collection (2nd Floor of the College of Fine Arts
and Communications, spanning the walls of the Carlsten
Things for kids to do off campus (within 5 miles of
KASH Playground: http://kashplayground.org/index.htm
Point Area Children's Museum: http://www.cwchildrensmuseum.org/
Adventure Alley and Family Prime Time (For members only or for a fee): http://www.spymca.org/
Questions about the
university facility, dining and other logistics can be sent to:
Pech, Outreach Specialist, Continuing Education, UW-Stevens Point at firstname.lastname@example.org
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