Frequently Asked Questions
What will I learn at camp?
Campers will learn the fundamentals of basketball as well as more advanced skills and have a great time doing it. We are here to improve each camper's skill while having fun and meeting new friends.
Who can attend camp?
Camps/Clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender). The NCAA prohibits free/reduced camp admission for prospect-aged individuals.
Where will I play?
Campers will play basketball at John Paul Jones Arena, University Hall, North Grounds Recreational Facility, Memorial Gymnasium, and the AFC (Aquatic & Fitness Center). We will use the facilities according to each camp.
Where will I eat and sleep?
Campers will sleep and eat breakfast at the Cavalier Inn. All other meals will take place in University Hall or outside dependent upon the weather.
Dietary restrictions can be accommodated, but do require advance notification to Kate Martin at email@example.com in addition to noting dietary restrictions on camper’s medical forms.
For Team Jamboree, teams will be responsible for their own accommodations and eating arrangements.
What if I am coming with a friend?
Camps are a great time to meet new people and make new friends! Friends/teams are welcome to attend, however we cannot guarantee members placement together on camp teams. Roommates will be assigned by age and year in school. We will do our best to honor your MUTUAL roommate requests. Please make your roommate requests on your application or email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 14 days before check-in. We will do everything in our ability to meet requests, however placement is not guaranteed.
What is security like?
UVA Women's Basketball Staff and counselors (college coaches and student-athletes) are housed in the same area as campers for supervision, and staff members’ doors are noted. Campers are not permitted to leave any camp facilities without the supervision of staff members.
Are medical staff on duty?
Full-time athletic trainers are on duty to administer to minor injuries or illness. Medical doctors are on-call and University Hospital facilities are also available.
What do I need to bring?
- Basketball Shoes
- Basketball Clothes (Underwear, shirts, shorts, shoes, socks, etc.)
- Concessions and/or Camp Store Money
- Casual clothes for free time
Can I bring a cell phone?
Campers may bring cell phones to camp, however campers will not be permitted to use cell phones during camp instruction. Campers are personally responsible for all items that they bring to camp. In case of emergency during the week of camp, contact Kate Martin at 434-238-6390.
What forms are required for camp?
All forms may be completed online as part of the registration. This includes a release/consent form and a Medical History form. In addition, e-mail to email@example.com copies of front and back of camper's insurance cards. Campers MUST provide copies of insurance card before participating in any camp activities.
What is the refund policy?
Your balance may be refunded 30 days before camp begins by written request only to Kate Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refunds will not be available after the 30 day window has expired. All bounced checks will be subject to a $25 fee.
Are there additional fees to register?
An additional service fee will be added for each camp at checkout. The fee goes directly to our website provider for the ease of online registration.