Lady Aggie Basketball Camps
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the ages?
Each camp has its own age requirement. Day camp is for students who are going into second grade to those who are about to enter the ninth grade. Team camp is for high school students; those in ninth through twelfth. Elite camp is for students who are entering eighth grade up to those entering twelfth.
Will there be a camp store?
We will not be having a camp store. Meals will be provided and each athlete will receive a free camp t-shirt.
Where is camp located?
North Carolina A&T Lady Aggie Basketball Camps will be held on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University. The address is 1601 E. Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27411. All camps will be held in the Corbett Sports Center and Moore Gymnasium.
What are the housing and meal assignments?
Housing will not be provided for any of the camps. All athletes will receive meals and snacks throughout the day. Athletes are allowed to bring extra snacks and drinks.
How do I register for camp?
You can register online by credit or debit card. You may also register by cashier's check or money order by printing off the paper registration form, printing out all the necessary paperwork, completely fillling out and mailing it to the women's basketball office. The address is 1601 E. Market Street, Moore Gym, WBB Summer Camps, Greensboro, NC 27411.
Are there any refunds?
The only refund given will be in the case of a written Doctor’s excuse minus the $50.00 or $75 nonrefundable deposit. Requests must be made in writing and received 1 week prior to the start of camp.
What should I bring with me to camp?
All campers should bring playing clothes, basketball shoes, socks, items in case of inclement weather and water bottle. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Can a camper drive to camp?
No, campers must be picked up and dropped off by a parent or guardian. No car is allowed on campus by a camper. If camper is found to have a vehicle on campus they will be expelled from camp.
Is there an emergency number in case I need to reach my child?
Yes, you can contact our office at 336-285-3615 or campus police at 336-334-7675.
Will a certified athletic trainer be present?
Yes, a certified athletic trainer will be at each camp to monitor injuries or illnesses. He/she will be available during camp check in to address any questions or concerns. The athletic trainer will require all athletes to fill out the medical form before they can participate in any aspect of camp. If the form is not filled out completely, the athlete will not be admitted into camp.
May I come and watch my child throughout camp?
Yes, you may come and watch your child at anytime.
Can I pick my child up at camp and take them with me?
Yes, only a parent or legal guardian may come pick up an athlete at anytime. In order for the athlete to be released while camp is still in session, the parent or guardian must present a photo ID and have his/her name on the registration form.