- Where can I download camp information sheets?
- How soon will I receive confirmation of my session?
- Do I have to pay in full at registration or do you offer payment plans?
- Do you keep a wait list?
- How does the wait list work?
- What should I do if I find out I cannot attend my camp session?
- What is the refund procedure?
- If I cannot attend camp, may I try to fill my spot with a friend or teammate?
- What about medications?
- Does my camper need a physical?
- May I bring the forms to camp?
- What if a camper has a pre-existing injury?
- Can parents watch camp sessions?
- What if I get a parking ticket on campus?
- What if my camper needs to leave camp for a short period of time for another obligation?
- Can my camper bring snacks?
- Anything campers cannot bring?
- Can I request that my daughter play on the same team as a friend?
- Where can I find an itinerary?
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Where can I download camp information sheets?
2018 info sheets are not yet available, but as soon as they are ready they will be posted to this website.
How soon will I receive confirmation of my session?
Once online registration is complete, campers receive an e-mail confirmation immediately! You receive confirmation e-mails and statements to the e-mail address used during the registration process, as well as any future news or updates regarding camp sessions, so we ask that you use an e-mail that is checked frequently.
Do I have to pay in full at registration or do you offer payment plans?
You only have to pay the nonrefundable $50 deposit at registration to hold your camper’s spot in a camp session. After that you may log in to your account at any time to make payments in any amount. The total balance must be paid by the start of camp or you may forfeit your camper’s spot. Email balance reminders are sent.
Do you keep a wait list?
Yes. Once a session sells out, the system will allow you to create an account and add your information to an online wait list. The nonrefundable wait list fee of $5 per camper, per session, is applied to your tuition total should you get into camp.
How does the wait list work?
The wait list is ordered chronologically. As soon as we receive notice of cancellation from a registered camper, we contact the first person on the wait list for that session. We move down the list until the vacancy is filled. Cancellations are difficult to predict; however, if your schedule is flexible, we recommend the wait list!
What should I do if I find out I cannot attend my camp session?
Please notify the camp immediately via email if you are unable to attend so that we may allow someone else to attend camp. The $50 deposit is nonrefundable and cannot be credited toward future camps, but the rest of the cost can be refunded.
What is the refund procedure?
The $50 deposit is non-refundable for any reason at any time, but the other tuition fees paid by credit card are issued a credit back to the original card used for payment within 5-7 business days.
There are no refunds or credits of any portion of the camp fee after the first day of camp for reasons other than documented medical conditions. There are no refunds for a “no show” or if a camper leaves early due to homesickness.
If I cannot attend camp, may I try to fill my spot with a friend or teammate?
No. The space cannot be switched out with another person. We maintain chronological wait lists for those trying to attend.
What about medications?Our licensed athletics trainer can help with dispensing prescription and OTC medications IF we have the Consent to Dispense form on file. To dispense prescription medications, the medication must be given to the camp athletics trainer at check-in in a zip-loc bag with medication, dosage directions, dosage amounts and times, and parent contact information. The trainer will arrange times to help administer to the camper. If the camper is age appropriate, and responsible enough to self-administer, they may keep their medications with submission of the proper form.
Does my camper need a physical?
All campers are required to have written physician clearance proclaiming them fit for camp participation. The Pre-Activity Clearance Form may be found in the medical forms packet at http://www.texasgirlsbasketballcamp.com/Medical_Forms.htm. If your physician has documented the health information on another form (school physical), a copy of this form will suffice if dated within 12 months of the first day of camp.
May I bring the forms to camp?
We prefer to have all medical forms on file prior to registration. If your forms are incomplete or missing information, we will not allow your camper to attend camp. If we receive them before camp, we can review them and alert you of any additional information. If you just bring them to camp, you run the risk of them being incomplete. Forms may be mailed to Longhorns Girls Basketball Camp, PO Box 7399, Austin, TX 78713. You may fax them to 512-471-2177 or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
What if a camper has a pre-existing injury?
Camp is a physically demanding and challenging week and campers should be in good physical condition prior to arrival. Please notify the Director prior to check-in if the injury has happened after the medical forms have been submitted. It is very important that we know any and all medical conditions a camper may have, or special situations that parents feel we should know about.
Can parents watch camp sessions?
Yes. Parents are welcome to observe any camp session, but please understand that seating is limited at the Denton Cooley Pavilion & Gregory Gym. No sessions, instruction or scrimmages may be videotaped for personal use or for redistribution purposes. Still photos are permissible.
What if I get a parking ticket on campus?
Longhorns Basketball camp is not responsible for parking citations issued by the University or City of Austin and, per University policy, cannot “fix” or pay them. We strongly recommend paying to park in one of the campus garages as parking on campus is primarily by permit only. Please observe all posted parking signs. See http://www.utexas.edu/parking/maps/visitor/index.html for parking options and guidelines.
What if my camper needs to leave camp for a short period of time for another obligation?
Please complete a Camper Absence Permission Form available at registration which will identify the day and time your camper needs to be absent. Our resident assistant will work with you to collect and return your camper.
May my camper bring snacks?
Yes. You are welcome to bring snacks and drinks to camp. Gatorade & water are available at the gyms.
Anything campers cannot bring?
It is strongly recommended that campers do not bring anything of value such as laptops, gaming systems, excessive amounts of cash. Contraband items that have no place at camp and will get your camper sent home immediately: matches, lighters, knives, firearms, alcoholic beverages, razor blades, tobacco products, illegal drugs, candles, fireworks, incense, etc.
May I request that my daughter play on the same team as a friend?
No. Our camp director feels strongly that the way for your camper to become a better basketball player is to rely on her own strengths. Campers are placed on a team according to age and skill. Team balancing takes place after the first day of camp.
Where may I find an itinerary?
Itineraries will be posted online at www.texasgirlsbasketballcamp.com prior to camp start dates.
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