Dabo Swinney 2013 Clemson Football Camps
Frequently Asked Questions
    1.  What time and where is check-in for Youth Camp Sessions 1 & 2
    2.  What time and where is check-in for High School Camp Sessions 1 & 2?
    3.  What time is check out for the High School Camp?
    4.  What time is check-out for Youth Camp?
    5.  What are the hours for campers attending the Youth Camp?
    6.  What is included in the Resident Camper's cost for High School Camp?
    7.  What does a Resident Camper for HS Camp need to bring with him for Camp?
    8.  What equipment is required for YOUTH CAMP?
    9.  What equipment is required for HIGH SCHOOL CAMP?
    10.  Can I request a roommate for High School Camp?
    11.  How many campers are in a room?
    12.  What kind of supervision can I expect in the dorms for the High School camps?
    13.  Should I send extra money or snacks with my camper?
    14.  Are the campers divided by age or position during practices?
    15.  Do I have to have a completed medical form to attend camp?
    16.  Does a camper have to have insurance to participate in camp?
    17.  Is there a deadline to register for camp?
    18.  Do you accept personal checks or credit cards on the day of registration?
    19.  Are the two sessions of the camp the exact same or are they different?
 
    Q.  What time and where is check-in for Youth Camp Sessions 1 & 2
    A.  Check-In for both sessions of the Youth Camp will be from 8:00am- 9:45am at Gate 13 of Memorial Stadium.

    Q.  What time and where is check-in for High School Camp Sessions 1 & 2?
    A.  Check-In for the High School camps will be from 11am- 1pm at Gate 13 of Memorial Stadium.

    Q.  What time is check out for the High School Camp?
    A.  Check out for high school camp will be right before lunch time (Around 11:30am)

    Q.  What time is check-out for Youth Camp?
    A.  Check-out will be at 4:30. Campers will be dismissed to their parents on the practice fields.


    Q.  What are the hours for campers attending the Youth Camp?
    A.  The hours on the first day  will run from 8am until 10:30 pm that night. On the 2nd day, the hours will be from 9am to 4:30pm.

    Q.  What is included in the Resident Camper's cost for High School Camp?
    A.  The cost for a resident camper includes all meals, all practices, and staying in the dorm. Everything is covered in the cost when attending camp as a resident camper.

    Q.  What does a Resident Camper for HS Camp need to bring with him for Camp?
    A.  As a Resident Camper, these are the things that he would need:

1.) sleeping bag or sheets with pillow
2.) cleats and extra pair of shoes to be worn in dining hall. (CLEATS MAY NOT BE WORN IN DINING HALLS)
3.) Personal Items to get ready in the morning (tooth brush, tooth paste, soap, towel, etc.)
4.) shorts & t-shirts (Workout clothes)

** Campers do not need computers, IPODS, etc. If they bring these items they are responsible for them**

    Q.  What equipment is required for YOUTH CAMP?
    A. 

The only equipment required is workout clothes and a pair of cleats. This is a non-contact camp.



    Q.  What equipment is required for HIGH SCHOOL CAMP?
    A. 

The only equipment required for High School Camp is:

1.) Workout clothes
2.) A pair of cleats
3.) An extra pair of shoes for the dining hall



    Q.  Can I request a roommate for High School Camp?
    A. 

There is a roommate space on the application. If both campers list each other in the roommate request space they are assured to be placed together. Two campers will not be placed together if they do not make the note on both of the applications.



    Q.  How many campers are in a room?
    A. 

There are two campers per room.



    Q.  What kind of supervision can I expect in the dorms for the High School camps?
    A. 

There will be 8 to 10 coaches staying on each floor of the dorm. The kids will be supervised at ALL times.



    Q.  Should I send extra money or snacks with my camper?
    A.  Campers do not need cash. Pizza and drink is included in the price for resident camper. This snack will be provided after the 9:00pm practice. You are more than welcome to send some cash or snacks with the camper but it is not needed.

    Q.  Are the campers divided by age or position during practices?
    A.  For the Youth Camp, the campers are divided into two groups: 2nd,3rd, & 4th grade are together and 5th, 6th, & 7th grade are together.
For the High School camp, the campers are split up by position. 

    Q.  Do I have to have a completed medical form to attend camp?
    A.  YES you must have a medical form filled out completely with doctor's signature for each camper. If a camper has had a physical within the last year, that will suffice for the doctor's signature. We just need a copy of the physical. (THIS IS THE ONLY THING THAT CAN KEEP YOUR CAMPER FROM PARTICIPATING IN CAMP.)

    Q.  Does a camper have to have insurance to participate in camp?
    A.  All campers must have insurance to be able to participate in the camp. This is one thing that will cause you to be turned away at the door. Contact us ahead of time if you need to sign up for temporary insurance that would cover the camper over the days of camp. Our hands are tied on the day of registration regarding insurance.

    Q.  Is there a deadline to register for camp?
    A.  Yes there is a deadline to register for Camp. We will shut down registration a week before the camp session begins.


    Q.  Do you accept personal checks or credit cards on the day of registration?
    A.  We ONLY accept cash, certified check, credit card, or money order on the day of registration. No personal checks will be taken. All Money Orders or Certified Checks
must be made out to "CUAD".


    Q.  Are the two sessions of the camp the exact same or are they different?
    A.  For Youth Camp and High School Camp, both sessions of camp are the EXACT same. We just offer the camp at two different times for convenience.