The Residence Hall Association (RHA) will be holding their traditional campus wide event known as Lil’ Sibs Weekend! On Lil Sibs Weekend, UW-W students can bring their little sibling(s), cousins or family friend(s) to the campus for one weekend full of fun activities. Lil Sibs Weekend will take place Friday to Sunday, April 8-10, 2016. The event will be held on the UW-W campus and the little siblings, cousins, family friends will be staying with the UW-W student. This year’s theme is “Picnic in the Park,” a fun combination of summer activities like backyard BBQing, picnicking and camping! Each residence hall will be participating and putting on fun events and crafts for everyone to enjoy. The cost to attend the event is $20.00 per sibling and will include the following:
1. T-Shirt for the Lil Sib
2. Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner on Saturday and Breakfast on Sunday)
3. Tickets to the Campus Movie
4. Free Bowling and Billiards on Friday and Saturday night
5. All activity costs and admittance to Lil’ Sibs activities
7. Treat bag
8. If the Students are interested, they can get a shirt of their own, for an additional $5.00 (optional)
If you are interested registering a Little Sib please email RHAPrograms@uww.edu with the appro priate forms completed (listed below and attached). We ask they are mailed back to the RHA office (address below).
-Hold Harmless Form for EACH sibling
-Payment $20.00/per sibling
– $5.00 if the student wants a shirt (optional)
All forms and payment can be sent to:
228 Goodhue Hall
800 W. Main Street
Whitewater, WI 53190
All registration materials must be turned-in/post-marked by Friday, March 18th, 2016.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Stacy Tikkanen or Julia Sribnyak at the RHA Office (262)-472-4903 or by email RHAPrograms@uww.edu.
This weekend is always fun and exciting time for not only the siblings but the students as well. We hope you have the opportunity to visit the campus and enjoy the activities.
We have a variety of activities that are geared to all ages. For example for older Sibs we have a movie and billiards, as well as crafts/tie dying for all ages. Also UW-Whitewater students are allowed to come up with activities that are better suited for their “Lil’ Sib” if necessary.