UWSP at Marshfield is set to be busy this summer with a fun new program open to the public. The university plans to debut 1-2 escape rooms by the end of June and have five available this summer.
The first escape room will fittingly be school-themed. “The idea behind it will be to save graduation, so they have to find clues, solve puzzles and riddles to escape into the Dean’s office,” said Rebecca Bauer, Program Specialist at Continuing Education.
Another escape room will have participants search around campus to find a missing patient by following the clues. For larger groups, a third escape room called “The Mysterious Forest” will take place in the campus arboretum.
As the project progresses, more information will be released to the Continuing Education website and Facebook page.