FAQs - Updated and expanded for 2017!
What do I need in order to be registered and guarantee a spot?
- Online registration guarantees your entry of camp. An email will be sent upon receipt of payment with a confirmation number and additional information about camp. Please note, there is an online credit card processing fee associated with online registration.
A completed medical release and a copy of the camper’s insurance card (front and back) must be submitted prior to participation of any camp. To submit your forms, follow these steps.
- Click the Log In Here button at the top of the page.
- Use the same log in information you used to initially register for camp.
- Click the Proceed to My Account button or the Account button at the top of the page.
- Click the "Files" button which corresponds with the order from camp.
- Click the "Browse" button and select the file you wish to upload.
- Click the "Upload" button and that's it! The file will automatically be uploaded to the player profile for camp.
Will there be a trainer on site?
A certified athletic trainer will be at each facility, during all sessions, for each camp.
What do I need to know about All Skills Camp?
Overnight campers will stay in residence halls on the Grounds of The University of Virginia. Meals will be served at UVA dining halls. Overnight camp registration includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner, starting with dinner on Day 1 and ending with breakfast on Day 4. Commuter camp registration includes lunch and dinner each day, starting with dinner on Day 1 and ending with dinner on Day 3.
What facilities are used for camp?
All camps take place on Grounds of the University of Virginia. Memorial Gymnasium, Slaughter Gymnasium, and North Grounds are all used.
What is the Cancellation Policy?
A $100 deposit is non-refundable in the case of any cancellation for any camp. Refunds (less deposit) are available until two weeks prior to the start of camp. Online Processing fee is not refundable.
Is there a shuttle from the airport if I fly in from out of town?
You have a couple options if you fly in from out of town and need transportation from the Charlottesville-Albermarle Airport (CHO) to grounds. You can take a cab to campus, an uber®, or lyft®. The airport is small, yet still has good rates and multiple hubs to fly in from.
The dorm address is:
571 McCormick Road
Charlottesville, VA 22904
(There will be a small roundabout parking lot adjacent the corner of Edgemont Road and McCormick Road to be dropped off. We will have counselors on hand during this time)
Charlottesville Albemarle Airport
100 Bowen Loop #200
Charlottesville, VA 22911
If you have alternate travel plans and/or have any questions, please let us know by contacting Homeyer.email@example.com or 314-662-0072. We want to make sure this is a smooth and safe experience for all campers.
What should I bring to camp?
A general checklist: Multiple pairs of Spandex, multiple t-shirts, multiple pairs of underwear/sports bras, knee pads, socks, court shoes (sneakers), backpack, deodorant, sandals, umbrella. Overnight campers be sure to bring: alarm clock, phone charger, soap/shampoo, towel, toothbrush/paste, pj's, money for snacks, and a pillow.
Should I bring extra cash?
There will be apparel available for purchase at camp. There will also be a camp store to purchase snacks, gatorade, bottled water, etc. These items will be available at an additional cost. Please bring cash in case you need a snack between sessions or a pizza after the evening session. Group pizza orders will be made each night at the request of campers.
Can I request multiple roommates?
The rooms you will stay in are double rooms. There will only be 2 people to a room. If you have a group coming, you may request multiple roommates and we will do our best to place your rooms next to each other. If you come solo, the camp staff does their best job of matching campers with someone of the same age.
If you would like a specific roommate, please make sure both parties have desired roommate listed on the registration form.
Are the dorms air conditioned?
Yes! Don't worry about the heat this summer. This year's dormitories will be air conditioned.
How are the girls monitored throughout camp?
Camp Counselors stay overnight in dorms and bed checks are done routinely each night. Campers will meet at Slaughter Gymnasium (home base) before each session. Slaughter Gym is located right next to the Alderman Road Housing, which is where the dormitory is located. Counselors will walk campers from Slaughter Gym to one of 3 facilities used for camp and then will be walked back to the dorm or dining hall when the session ends. When campers walk to and from Slaughter for the start of a session, or to the dining hall (also located next to the dormitory), campers are required to walk with a buddy or small group.
How do I register via mail-in registration?
Print the 2017 Cavalier Volleyball Camp brochure and fill out the registration portion, detach (making sure you've selected the appropriate camp, contact information, and roommate - if necessary), and mail-in along with a check made out to Cavalier Volleyball Camp for at least $100 to hold your place to:
Cavalier Volleyball Camps
P.O. Box 400851
Charlottesville, VA 22904
Please make checks payable to Cavalier Volleyball Camps, and note, “Deposit” along with your campers name in the memo section of the check.
Remaining amount is due two weeks prior to the start of your chosen camp.
Can I purchase apparel using a Credit Card?
New this year will be the option to pre-order (plus a small processing fee) apparel for Cavalier Volleyball Camp. Unfortunately, we will be unable to collect CC during camp. If you order online, your gear will be available for pick-up at the start of your camp! Look for the online order in Late April through June.
Don't see your question/situation/special circumstance addressed here, or just not sure of something?
Contact Kyle Homeyer via Homeyer.firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-662-0072 to find out more information or to ask any questions you may have! If you are unsure of something, please call before registering.
Camp is open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender.
The NCAA prohibits free/reduced admission for prospect-aged individuals.