|Dates:||Sunday, July 17 - Wednesday, July 20|
|Camp Fee:||$400 resident / $300 commuter|
|Eligibility:||Boys and girls grades 8 - 12 (Fall 2016)|
|Location:||Ferry Field / Michigan Stephen Ross Athletic Campus (Ann Arbor, MI)|
|Campers will train on historic Ferry Field, which is located in the heart of the Michigan Stephen Ross Athletic Campus. In addition, campers will utilize the University of Michigan weight room in Canham Natatorium, and cross country campers will run in the Nichols Arboretum.|
|CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT|
|The University of Michigan residence hall, South Quadrangle, will be the home of the resident campers. During evenings in South Quad, campers will be supervised by University Conference Services (UCS) staff. Camp coaching staff does not remain in the residence hall overnight. UCS housing staff typically schedules various activities for campers in the evening hours and will supervise on-site. |
The summer camp housing team assigns all campers to double rooms. Single rooms are not available to campers. If campers would like to room together, the best way to facilitate that request is for campers to arrive at registration together on Sunday, July 17th. Click here for more information on preparing for the overnight stay.
|WHAT TO BRING|
|Pillow, sheets, towel, bathing suit, fan (no A/C in dorms), alarm clock, toiletries, running clothes, spending money, water bottle, running shoes, event shoes (if you have them).|
|MEALS (South Quad Dormitory)|
|Meals included in the resident camp price are dinner on the first night (pizza), breakfast, lunch and dinner on Monday and Tuesday, with breakfast and lunch being provided on Wednesday. Meals will be served in the newly renovated South Quad dining hall which has a wide variety of meal options for everyone. The weekly menus are usually posted 1 to 2 weeks ahead of camp and can be found here. |
If you have specific food allergies, please click here for more information on the residence hall dining services or to chat online with our registered dietitian. Additionally, we require the information to be provided on the medical release form, completed by a parent/guardian.
|A certified athletic trainer or first responder will be at all workout sessions for minor injury treatment and throughout the night in the residence hall.|
Each camper is required to submit all medical forms. Without these forms completed in their entirety, campers will not be permitted to participate in any camp activity. In addition, resident campers are required to submit a permission slip outlining the rules and regulations for University Housing. Commuter campers who will be picked up by a non-parent or guardian should provide the authorized pick-up permission slip.
|RULES AND REGULATIONS|
|All campers must abide by the Rules and Regulations of the Michigan Summer Sports Camps. Campers are required to attend all sessions and activities. Any serious violations will result in immediate dismissal from camp without a refund.|
|TYPICAL DAILY SCHEDULES|
The camp is designed for boys and girls who want to learn the fundamentals of their event(s) and continue to grow in their development, while experiencing a fun, social camp environment while on the campus of the University of Michigan.
Campers will be taught skills and techniques that will help them not only improve as athletes but better understand their sport and the challenges of competing at a high level. The camp will consist of educational and motivational talks, meals, nightly activities (resident campers) and one to two workout sessions per day.
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