- Camp Sessions
- Camp Features
- Medical Care/Insurance
- Camper Information Sheets
- Parent Itinerary for Overnight Camp
SESSIONS (Camps based on grade camper will enter in Fall 2015)
- Day Camp 1: June 8 – 10, 2015 (grades 3 – 5) $230
- Overnight Camp: June 14 – 18, 2015 (Grades 6 – 11) $490
- Day Camp 2: June 22 – 25, 2015 (Grades 6 – 8) $300
- High School Clinic: June 29 – July 1, 2015 (Grades 9 – 12) $230
The High School Clinic and Day Camps are held at the Denton A. Cooley Pavilion (located adjacent to the Frank C. Erwin, Jr. Special Events Center). Day Camp Session 1 and the HS Clinic run Monday-Wednesday, 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. daily. Day Camp Session 2 runs Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. daily.
For overnight camp, activities are held in gyms on the UT campus. Resident campers are housed in a campus dormitory. Overnight Camp session begins on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. and concludes Thursday at 1:00 p.m.
Campers are taught all aspects of the game. A typical day at camp includes station work with emphasis on fundamentals: shooting, passing, footwork, defense, rebounding, ball handling and shot analysis, teamwork, contests, drills, league games, a tournament, and demonstrations by current and former Longhorns basketball players also are included.
In the high school clinic, participants will get an up close look at what it is like to be a D1 college basketball player at The University of Texas. The camp will emphasize the same individualized skill development, position specific development, station work, team play, film breakdown, strength & conditioning that we have utilized here at Texas Basketball.
Sport camps and clinics conducted by The University of Texas are open to any and all entrants. Enrollment is limited only by age, grade level, gender, and capacity restrictions as specified by each camp. Please note that NCAA guidelines prohibit payment of camp expenses (e.g., transportation, camp fees, spending money, etc.) by a representative of The University of Texas’ athletics interests. NCAA rules also prohibit free or reduced camp admission for prospects (7th grade and above in men’s basketball). Sorry, no camp scholarships available.
Day camp tuition includes instruction, lunch, camp t-shirt, camp basketball and special activities. Campers are required to pay a nonrefundable deposit of $30 (deducted from tuition).
Overnight tuition includes all of the above, as well as housing in a campus dormitory and buffet style all-you-can-eat meals in dorm cafeteria. A $30 nonrefundable deposit is required for overnight campers (deducted from tuition).
Children of UT-Austin employees receive a 25% discount on day and overnight camp. Please email the basketball camp at: email@example.com to verify employment and receive a discount on the tuition.
Payment in full is due by June 1st or you may forfeit your spot. There are no tuition refunds after the first day of camp.
- Individualized instruction; shot analysis
- Instructional player packets
- Excellent facilities
- Campus housing for resident campers
- Certified Athletic Trainers on hand
- Nike camp t-shirt
- Nike camp basketball
- Longhorns basketball player appearances
- Opportunities for prizes/awards
- Certificate of Participation
- Closing ceremony for Day Camps and Overnight Camp
Instruction is provided by experienced high school and college coaches from across the state and country. The coach-to-player ratio of 1-10 provides an opportunity for each camper to receive a maximum amount of individual instruction. Campers are grouped according to grade and ability.
MEDICAL CARE / INSURANCE
Participant’s parent or legal guardian must complete the required medical forms available at www.longhornbasketballcamp.com/medical-forms. Note: A physician’s signature is required on one of these forms; however, the participant’s current school year physical may be attached in lieu of a doctor’s signature (only if performed after April 2014). The medical forms must be submitted prior to registration. Each participant must be covered by his legal guardian’s insurance before participating. Medical aid is provided on site by a licensed athletics trainer or the Texas Sports & Family Medicine or a local hospital. Campers’ parents/guardians are billed directly for all medical services rendered by Texas Sports & Family Medicine or a local hospital, and not covered by their insurance.