Cyclone Volleyball Camps
Frequently Asked Questions
What Should I bring to camp? Volleyball shoes, t-shirts, shorts/spandex, socks, knee pads, alarm clock, towels, soap and shampoo. The gym gets hot so you might go through more than 1 shirt per session. The dorms are air conditioned and provide bed linens, blankets and pillows. You may bring extra food, but dorm rooms do not have refrigerators. You may want to bring money for snacks at night. We will also be selling Cyclone t-shirts, shorts and sweatshirts.
What if I can only attend part of a camp? If you can only come for part of a camp we would still love to have you. Contact Jesse Klein 515-294-9465 firstname.lastname@example.org to check to see what the pro-rated rate would be. We would only pro-rate it if you were to miss 2 or more sessions.
What is the player to coach ratio? We will guarantee a 10:1 ratio. Almost all courts will have 12-14 campers per court with 2 court coaches.
What is your refund policy? Administrative commitments require a $100 nonrefundable deposit. Should a camper leave a camp due to injury or illness, the camp fee is nonrefundable. If the camp fee is paid in full and an application is withdrawn 7 days or more before the start of camp, you will receive a refund less the $100 deposit. No refunds will be issued within 7 days prior to the first day of camp.
What is the difference between a resident and a commuter? Residents stay in the dorms at night and eat all of their meals at camp. Commuters go home at night and only eat lunch and dinner at camp – they eat breakfast at home.
Are parents allowed to come and watch? Our camps are always open for parents to come and watch. There is some room on the baseline of each court for parents to watch – bring your own chair!
Where should we park? Parking is available in Lot 63, which is right by the dorms and about a block away from the Lied Rec Center and the Forker Building. The Forker Building parking lot is Lot 50A and is free after 5:30 p.m. and on weekends. Lot 100 is next to the Lied Rec Center and is a pay lot. Be sure to check lot signs for parking restrictions.
Will there be a trainer on-hand? There will be a first aid provider at all of the sites for all of the sessions. There will also be a first aid provider in the residence halls.
Camp Registration Confirmation You will receive a camp confirmation email within 48 hours upon your submitting your registration. If you do not receive or have lost this email, you can find this information under “Confirmation Information” on the website’s homepage. If you have further questions, please contact Jesse Klein at 515-294-9465 or email@example.com.
- Registration Form (online or mail in)
- Release and Medical Authorization
• Release of Liability portion signed
• Medical Authorization portion signed by a physician unless a current physical is provided dated within one year of the camp. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made!