Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the refund policy?
- Can I walk-up to register?
- What are the different types of campers?
- Where can I park?
- What is the housing situation?
- Is there a Key Card Deposit?
- What meals are provided or not provided?
- Are my children under supervision?
- What do I need to bring to camp?
- How will this camp accommodate my special needs child?
What is the refund policy?
For camps there will be a $100 non-refundable fee plus any transaction fees for any cancellation made prior to 2 weeks before the camp start date. The full amount of the camp is non-refundable if a cancellation is made within 2 weeks of camp. For clinics there will be a $30 non-refundable fee plus any transaction fees for any cancellation made prior to 2 weeks before the clinic start date. The full amount of the clinic is non-refundable if a cancellation is made within 2 weeks of camp.
Can I walk-up to register?
Yes. Walk up registration is available. Credit card required.
What are the different types of campers?
If you plan on commuting to camp each day you will be considered a 'commuter camper.' Meals will be provided between sessions.
If you need housing and meals provided you will register as a 'resident camper.'
Where can I park?
There is a parking structure at the Hickey gym and a parking lot at the Pavilion. Each location charges $9 a day for parking fees. Metered spaces are available in these lots.
What is the housing situation?
Resident campers will check-in, partner up, and be escorted to a dorm room to settle in prior to the 1st session. If you wish to pre-partner with a friend please indicate your partner's name in the section of the registration page.
Is there a Key Card Deposit? (Resident Campers only)
There will be a $50 key card deposit required at registration. The deposit will be returned to the camper upon turning in the key card at check-out. Each key card grants the camper entrance into their dorm and room. Deposits can be received in check or cash. Please make checks payable to UC Regents.
What meals are provided or not provided?
Resident Campers will have meals provided in the DC (UC Davis Dinning Commons) and will be responsible for their own snack foods. There are no meals provided prior to the first session or after the last session of camp.
Commuter Campers will have meals provided between sessions where they do not return home. They're responsible for their own snack foods.
Are my children under supervision?
Coaches and staff will be staying in the dormitory with the campers and will accompany them to all meals and practice sessions.
What do I need to bring to camp?
- T-shirt and shorts
- Socks and kneepads
- Snacks and money
- Athletic shoes
- Athletic Tape
- Water Bottle
- Fan (rooms are not air conditioned)
- Alarm clock
- Toiletry items (*shampoo, soap, etc.)
How will this camp accommodate my special needs child?
UC Davis is committed to making its programs accessible to persons with disabilities. If your child needs an accommodation to participate in the camps because of a disability, please contact the camp coordinators at least two weeks prior to the program with information regarding the requested accommodation. Please note that if we do not receive your requested accommodation at least two weeks prior to the program, we may not be able to accommodate your needs.
All of UC Davis Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants.
The NCAA prohibits a UC Davis booster (other than a parent/guardian or close family member) from paying a portion of the camper’s camp fees.