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Winona State University Summer Camps

Academic Camps

Camp Invention

This exciting, week-long summer adventure provides lessons that explore connections between science, technology, engineering, and innovation. Children rotate through several hands-on activities each day while using teamwork, creating thinking and problem-solving skills to invent unique solutions to real-world challenges.

  • Dates: August 1 - 5
  • Ages: Entering k - grade 6
  • Camp Focus: STEM
  • Contact: Ann Durley,

Winona Scrubs Camp

Come learn all about healthcare careers through fun, hands on activities!  Winona State University Overnight Scrubs Camp is held on Winona State University campus, with sessions led by faculty and healthcare partners who are experts in the field! Experience college life by staying overnight in a residence hall and make new and lasting friendships!

Athletic Camps 

Winona State Football Camps

  • Dates: June 4  and July 29
  • Ages: Entering 9 - grade 12
  • Camp Focus: Football
  • Contact: Isaac Fruechte,

Winona State Football Camps

  • Dates: June 20 - 22 and June 27 - 29
  • Ages: Entering 9 - grade 12
  • Camp Focus: Football 
  • Contact: Isaac Fruechte,

Winona State Volleyball Warrior Youth Camp

  • Dates: June 10 - 11
  • Ages: Entering K - grade 6
  • Camp Focus: Volleyball 
  • Contact: Kristine Fisch,

Winona State Volleyball Setting & Attacking Camp

Setting and Attacking Day Camp is designed for athletes to further develop offensive skills based on specific positions. This position-specific camp invites all setters and attackers to learn the fundamentals of their position as well as gain experience with different types of offensive connections. 

Winona State Volleyball All Skills Day Camp

The All Skills Day Camp invites athletes who are looking to advance individual skills including passing serving, attacking, blocking, and setting in a challenging and fun environment. This camp will also focus on developing offensive and defensive systems for game play.

Winona State Volleyball Elite Position Camp

This position-specific camp is designed for players looking to take their skills to the next level. The sessions will be conducted similar to a Winona State volleyball Practice. Come showcase your skills with the Winona State Volleyball Staff and Players. 

Winona State Volleyball College Elite Camp

This camp is recommended for high-level varsity players through rising college freshmen who want to experience what it is like to compete at the collegiate level.   This college caliber camp is designed to give high school players the chance to test their physical and mental skills, while training at the highest level.  Space is limited. Please submit a letter of recommendation from your high school or club coach with your registration.

  • Dates: July 14 - 15
  • Ages: Entering 9 - grade 12
  • Camp Focus: Volleyball 
  • Contact: Kristine Fisch,

Winona State Volleyball Ball Control Camp

This camp will focus on proper defensive mechanics. We will emphasize back-court defense and serve receive principles as well as other skills commonly used in the back row.


Winona State Volleyball Serving Camp

Learn the proper serving techniques and types of serves including a standing float, jump float, top spin and short serves.


Winona State Men's Basketball Camp

Advanced Skills Camp: Campers will improve fundamental skills required to play high school varsity basketball. Players will participate in competitive drills, game-like scenarios and scrimmages. Current WSU players and coaches will instruct campers. Basic Skills Camp: Camp will focus on fundamental skill development including ball handling, passing, and shooting.  

  • Dates: June 20 - 23 and June 27 - 30
  • Ages: Entering 9 - grade 12 and entering 6 - grade grade and entering K - grade 5 
  • Camp Focus: Basketball
  • Contact: Zach Malvik,

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