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Lady Aggie Basketball Camps
Frequently Asked Questions

What are the ages?

All camps are open to any and all interested players, as long as they meet the age requirements.

Will there be a camp store?

Snacks, pizza and sports drinks will be available for purchase during camp. The accepted form of payment in the camp store is by cash only.

Where are the facilities located?

All camps will be held in the Corbett Sports Center and Moore Gymnasium.

What are the housing and meal assignments?

Campers will dine at Williams Dining Hall on campus. Campers will be housed on campus in Aggie Suites.

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 fill it out and mail to the women's basketball office. The address is 1601 E. Market Street, Moore Gym, WBB Summer Camps, Greensboro, NC 27411.

What is the location of the camps?

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.

Is there a fee for lost, damaged or stolen property in the dorms?

There is a lost key fee that will be required upon check out. Each camper and parent must sign the Housing Camp Waiver Form. Campers and parents are responsible for all lost, stolen or damaged property in the dorm rooms during your stay at camp. The A&T camp staff, University, faculty and staff are not responsible for any items lost, damaged or stolen on campus.

Are there any refunds?

The only refund given will be in the case of a written Doctor’s excuse minus the $50.00 or $100 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?

Overnight Campers - linens, pillow, towels, toiletries, flip flops and alarm clock. 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 supervision in the dorms during camp?

Yes, there will be camp counselors in the dorms. They will do a nightly check and floor meeting to ensure every camper is accounted for.

Is there an emergency number in case I need to reach my child?

Yes, you can contact our office at 336-285-3614 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 able to speak with during camp check in for any questions you might have. The athletic trainer will require all campers to fill out the medical form before they can take part of anything in camp. If the form is not filled out or filled out completely they 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, a parent or legal guardian only may come get your child at anytime. In order for us to release them from camp while still in session, the parent or guardian must present photo ID and be the name written down on the registration form.