Practicalities for the USI community

Activities for families

The Equal Opportunities Service organises, also in collaboration with other associations, recreation activities for USI families.
 

  • Junior Camp USI-SUPSI
    The summer camp, organized with SUPSI Gender and Diversity Service for the children (aged between 4 and 11) of the staff of the two institutions, is a measure to support work-life balance. The enrollment fee and the maximum number of participants are defined annually.
    In 2019, the summer camp was held from 19th to 23th August, at Villa Saroli, Viale Stefano Franscini 9, Lugano, with the following Program and General terms and Conditions.
    Also in 2019, the participants rated the activity very positively. Rapporto di valutazione 2018.
     
  • Fall Break Camp USI 
    Fall camp, organized in collaboration with L'ideatorio, for USI employees’ children between 4 and 11 years old, with the aim to support work-life balance. The enrollment fee and the maximum number of participants are defined annually.
    In 2019, the fall camp will be offered from 28 to 31 October, at L’ideatorio, Cadro, with the following Program.
    It is possible to take advantage of a service that accompanies children from and to USI for every day of the Camp. To register write to equality@usi.ch
     
  • Festa delle famiglie USI-SUPSI 
    A day of relax and fun organized with the SUPSI Gender and Diversity Service for all collaborators and students of the two institutions accompanied by their loved ones. During the day, various fun activities will be offered, free and upon registration, for adults, as well as for children and teenagers. With a contribution of 5 chf per adult it will be possible to have lunch at the USI canteen and participate in the lottery with a final drawing of beautiful prizes.
    In 2019, the Festa delle Famiglie will be held on Saturday, October 12th, at the USI Campus, Lugano. For more information see the Program. Registration for the Event and activities by October 6th at the following link.

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Updated on: 27/09/2019