Frequently Asked Questions
How do I Register?
There are two ways to register:
1. Available February 15, 2014, click the "Register for Camp" button in the upper right
hand corner of our website to complete our secure online registration.
2. You may download the SLVC Mail-In Registration Form and send it in by mail to Saint Louis Volleyball Camp, P.O. Box 220271, St. Louis MO 63122. If paying by check, please make checks payable to Saint Louis Volleyball Camp.
How do I submit the required supplemental forms?
Regardless of how you register, you are required to submit hard copies of the SLVC Release and Waiver of Liability Form and the SLVC Medical Information Form. These may be uploaded to our online registration system, mailed to the camp address on the right side of the screen, or scanned and emailed directly to email@example.com.
Do you accept walk-up registrations?
We do; however, we do have a limit on how many campers we can accept in each camp. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you register in advance to insure that space is available in the camp you wish to attend.
How do I pay?
We accept all major credit cards, checks and cash. Secure online payments are available via Credit Card or E-Check (an E-Check allows you to register online using your checking account by simply typing in your account number and routing number from the bottom of your check).
Do I have to pay the entire registration fee up front?
If you prefer, for Individual Camps or Libero/Defensive Specialist Camps ONLY, you may submit a $50 deposit for each of these camps with your registration to reserve your spot. This option is ONLY available with online registration. Payment plans for the remaining balance will be presented during the online registration process. All balances must be paid in full a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the start of camp. All mini-camps require payment in full at the time of your registration.
Are scholarships available?
A hardship discount or waiver may be available upon request, pursuant to NCAA rules, and at the discretion of the camp director. Please submit a letter of request with detailed information regarding the specific circumstances to Melissa Miller, Camp Co-Director.
When should I register and how do I know if space is still available?
Registrations are processed on a first come, first serve basis.We do have a limit on the number of participants we can accommodate for each camp. So it is recommended that you register as soon as possible. This website will be updated to reflect a sold out status for any camp or clinic. You will automatically be waitlisted if you try to register for a camp that is sold out.
What happens after I register and how do I know that I am confirmed for camp?
Once we have received your registration and deposit you will be sent a confirmation email to the email address you entered with your registration with important camp information and a receipt of your purchase.
The camp I am interested in is sold out. Do you keep a waiting list?
Yes. If the camp you want is full, when you try to register, you will receive a message that you have been placed on a waiting list. If space becomes available, you will be contacted to let you know you have been added to that camp roster. At any time, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to check your status.
What happens if I have to cancel for some reason. Do you have a refund policy?
Refunds minus a $50* administrative/cancellation fee for EACH cancelled camp and mini-camp will be given until 2 weeks prior to the start of each camp. Within 2 weeks of the start of camp, refunds will only be given for medical reasons. Written verification from a physician will be required for such cases. If no request for cancellation is made prior to this 2 week period, no refund will be awarded. Also, no refund will be given after the start of camp. (* The non-refundable fee for Serve It Over Mini-Camp is $40.)
What time should I arrive?
On the first day, please arrive at least 20-30 minutes early to check in. Remember, you will be required to check in for each camp or mini-camp. Camps will start promptly at the posted times; so if you want to warm up prior, please arrive early enough to allow yourself time to do so. Balls will be available.
Where do I check in for camp?
You should check in on the first day of each of your scheduled camps at the Chaifetz Arena Pavilion. Registration tables will be set up inside the gym which is on the lowest level of the arena.
How do I get there?
Click here for directions. Please note that the entrance to the Fred Weber Lot (Lot 1) is just north of Forest Park Avenue/Market Street on Compton.
Somebody is driving me. Where should they drop me off and pick me up?
The best drop off and pick up location for camp is at the Chaifetz Arena VIP Entrance which is located on the west side of the arena and accessed via the Fred Weber Lot (Lot 1 on the Parking Map displayed at the link below). For directions, please click here. Please note that the entrance to the Fred Weber Lot (Lot 1) is just north of Forest Park Avenue/Market Street on Compton.
I am driving myself. Do I need some type of parking pass? Where do I park?
Park at the Olive Garage which is located at the corner of Compton Avenue and Olive Street. The entrance to the garage is on Compton. Once parked, use the pedestrian exit in the middle of the garage. Signage will lead you from the garage to the VIP Entrance of Chaifetz Arena located on the west side of the building.
What should I bring to camp?
A gym bag or backback with the following recommended items. Be sure your bag is identifiable. Many of them look the same.
- Sweatshirt - The Pavilion can be quite cool.
- Bottled water and Gatorade will be available for sale or you can bring a water bottle.
- Saint Louis Volleyball Camp and Saint Louis University are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
What should I NOT bring to camp?
- Ipod/MP3/Music Players
- Your own ball (We'll have plenty here & don't want yours to get lost)
- Valuable jewelry
- Chewing gum
What should I wear?
Traditional volleyball attire - shorts or spandex, t-shirt and gym shoes. Knee pads are strongly recommended.
What about lunch?
Lunch will be held between noon and 1pm each day of Individual Camp and during Libero/Defensive Specialist Camp. Campers may bring a lunch. Campers may also purchase lunch each day for $7. Orders will be taken and paid for each morning. Lunch will then be delivered to Chaifetz Pavilion. All campers will eat lunch at the Pavilion. For campers bringing their lunch, the camp store will have a supply of bottled water, Gatorade, snacks and candy available.
Individual Camp ends at 3:30pm. My Mini-Camp doesn't start until 4pm. Do I need to leave and come back?
No. You may remain in the gym. Courts and balls will be available for use.
I am enrolled in multiple camps. Do I just have to check in for the first one?
No. You will be required to check in for EACH camp or mini-camp. You will also be required to check in for each day of Individual Camp.)
Do I need to fill out a SLVC Medical Information Form and SLVC Release and Liability Waiver Form for each camp if I am attending more than one?
No. Your waiver and medical information form will be kept on file once it is submitted and will cover your participation in all 2014 camps and mini-camps.
Do I need to fill out the insurance information?
Yes. Medical insurance coverage is REQUIRED for participation in any of our camps and mini-camps. We are required to have proof on insurance on file for every camper. You will not be allowed to participate until the form is completed and submitted.
Can parents observe the training sessions?
Yes! Parents are welcome to come watch any training session.
Where are the camps held?
We will be utilizing courts in Chaifetz Arena Pavilion. All camps will begin and end at the Chaifetz Arena Pavilion. Individual Camp will also utilize courts at Simon Recreation Center.
Who are the Saint Louis Volleyball Camp coaches?
The Saint Louis University head coach Kent Miller and assistant coaches set the curriculum for training. We are proud to have many of our current players actively involved in coaching the campers and we also occasionally bring in players from other colleges as well as college, club, and high school coaches from around the region.
What is the ratio of campers to coaches?
Saint Louis Volleyball Camp maintains a camper to coach ratio of approximately 8:1 depending on the camp.
Do you offer a resident camp?