UND Women's Basketball - All Day/Overnight Camp
For grades 5-9
- Learn team concepts along with individual skill development
- Compete in league games, fast-break leagues and other team and individual competition
- Awards ceremony at noon on final day of camp
- Check in at 4-5 p.m. on first day of camp in main lobby of the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center
Guarantee your spot with Preferred Registration by July 1.
The UND Basketball Camps will use a number of facilities across the beautiful University of North Dakota campus. Campers receive full use of the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center, the home to the UND basketball programs, and the former home of Fighting Sioux sports, the Hyslop Sports Center (team camp only), which has eight courts in its main arena and the multipurpose gymnasium. Some campers will also have the opportunity to use the facitilites in the Wellness Center located across the street from the Betty.
Basketball resident campers will be housed in campus residence halls.
Supervision (Grades 9-12)
Check-point program, offers daily check-in times.
All campers entering grades 9-12 beginning Fall 2014, and who will be staying on campus will be housed in the university's daily check-in program. This program has four daily camper check-in times throughout the scheduled camp itinerary. The check-in is the responsibility of the camper and takes place after breakfast, lunch, and either before or after dinner, or at bed check. Campers will be restricted to campus property; however, they will be able to visit all campus facilities (except the university's summer school hall and adult conference center) without being accompanied by a university employee.
Supervised Program (Grades 5-8)
All campers entering grades 5-8 beginning Fall 2014, and who will be staying on campus will be housed in the university's supervision program. This program offers controlled boundaries and no flexibility for on- or off-campus private time for the camper. Campers are escorted to and from all scheduled activities throughout camp. In addition, campers have limited time in their residence hall room during scheduled nightly programs. For answers to frequently asked questions and other
housing supervision information, please see the UND Housing Department website at: www.housing. und.edu/conference
All campers should wear or bring appropriate training gear. Overnight campers are expected to bring their own towels, linens, pillows, blankets or sleeping bag as well as bathroom articles and other articles of clothing, as desired. Extra spending money for snacks, etc. may be helpful.
Nutritious all-you-can-eat meals are planned by the UND Dining Services and served in our air-conditioned Wilkerson Dining Center.
Walk-ups still welcome at the first day of camp. Make all checks payable
to University of North Dakota. Canadian residents must pay by credit
card or by check/money order DRAWN ON A US BANK, or U.S. currency.
The University of North Dakota allows for no refunds due to personal
injury, tournament of any kind, other camps, vacations, etc. Please
contact camp director Jackie Voight at email@example.com for more information.
Each camper must be covered by their own accident and medical insurance. UND will provide an onsite certified athletic trainer for each camp. The Camp Consent Form at the top of this page must be completed before a camper can participate.
Individuals who are commuting to camp must arrive by 8:30 a.m. Campers who do not choose to eat the provided lunch and dinner must be back to the facility at specified times designated by the coaching staff. Camp is dismissed at 8:30 p.m.
Each camp will conclude with an award ceremony and a special send off speech.