Frequently Asked Questions

Registration

  • Registration opens Wednesday, March 13, 2024
  • Deadline to Register: Monday, July 8, 2024
  • Online registration is preferred, but applications are available to download and print for those who would like to mail their application.

Fees and Payment

WOW Program

  • Classes: $109 each
  • Recreation: $40 for the week 
  • Each student will receive a t-shirt.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

  • A $15 fee per student will be assessed on all cancellations. If one student is enrolled in three classes, the processing fee will only be $15.
  • Cancellations received by June 16 will receive a full refund less the $15 processing fee per student. Cancellations received between June 17 - July 9 will receive 50% refund, less the $15 processing fee per student.
  • No refunds if cancellation received after July 10.
  • WOW reserves the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment. Students enrolled in a class that is canceled will be offered an alternative class or a full refund.

Class Confirmations

  • Families will receive an email confirmation of the class registration.
  • There will be an email sent prior to camp which will include information about the optional drop-in orientation session, sack lunch requirements, recreation, drop-off, and pick-up procedures, and more details about the program.
  • Class registrations are based on the order in which applications are received.

Financial Aid / Scholarships

  • Partial scholarships are available to assist with tuition for families who qualify for free or reduced-price school meals.
  • Download the scholarship form, or you may request one by mail by calling (309) 677-3900.
  • Scholarship applications cannot be accepted via online registration. A registration form must be completed and mailed in or dropped off.
  • Due to limited resources, WOW may not be able to grant every scholarship request.

Student Behavior

  • WOW believes students learn best in an atmosphere of respect for the teacher and each other. Students who choose to behave in ways that interfere with other students’ opportunities to learn, and/or the instructors’ opportunities to teach, forfeit their own opportunity to participate in WOW. We reserve the right to dismiss students from class for such reasons. In these cases, no refunds will be given. Family support and cooperation with this matter is appreciated.

Contact Information

  • For questions about class content or instructors contact Sara Urbanc, Director at (309) 677-3196 or surbanc@bradley.edu.
  • For questions about registration, deadlines, or arrangements contact Catherine Lawless at (309) 677-3900 or clawless@bradley.edu.