High Performance Camp FAQs
Q: Are campers required to be COVID-19 Vaccinated to attend camp?
A: Yes, all campers and staff are required to be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 in order to attend camp. If not able to provide the above, participants must provide proof of a negative PCR or rapid antigen COVID-19 test within 48 hours. At check in, Camp Employees will verify vaccination status along with all medical forms. Please see detailed information about our COVID-19 Protocols below.
Q: Where do I go to register my camper?
A: Registration is open at www.luc.edu/mens-volleyball-camps
Q: Is there a waiting list if registration for camp sells out?
A: Yes, once registration for camp sells out, registration for the waiting list at www.luc.edu/mens-volleyball-camps will open. No deposit is necessary for a spot on the waiting list.
Q: My son is new to the game, is this the camp for him?
A: The High Performance Camp is open to any and all boys entering grades 9-13 in Fall 2022. We do our best to make it a fantastic experience for all campers whether they are new to the game or more seasoned.
Q: How does check-in and drop-off work?
A: A camp logistics email with a finalized schedule and your campers assigned wave, as well as check-in and drop-off directions will be sent out in June.
Q: My camper is flying in, will you pick him up?
A: No, we do not provide a shuttle to or from the airport.
Q: Can we miss a session of camp?
A: Yes, we allow campers to miss a session of camp, however, we do not prorate camp fee for missed sessions.
Q: Are campers allowed to walk campus during time between practices?
A: No, Campers are not allowed to be anywhere other than in the gym or the student center for meals without a camp coach.
Q: Is a physical required?
A: No physical is required, however, you will be required to bring signed medical information and release forms to camp check-in. These forms will be sent in a logistics email in June.
Q: What happens if my camper is hurt?
A: We will always have a certified athletic trainer on site to evaluate and provide immediate care to your camper, and camp staff will be in contact to inform the parent of the situation.
Q: What does my camper need to bring to camp?
A: Here is a simple packing list for the day:
Medical Paperwork and Minor Release Form - 4 total sheets (3 medical and 1 release)... We need them in hand at time of check-in, or your camper will not be able to participate.
Volleyball/Court Only Shoes.
Sandals or slip on shoes are great for between sessions.
Kneepads and ankle braces if worn normally.
T-Shirts, socks, and athletic wear for each session… Your camper should be changing, at the very least, between every session.
Water bottle - water will be provided at every session… Your camper will need a personal water bottle to fill up.
Loyola Men's Volleyball Camp COVID-19 Protocols
The current camper protocols to attend Loyola Athletics clinics or summer camps are
outlined below. The guidelines, which were updated on April 11, 2022, are in line with local and University mitigation efforts.
Campers must provide proof they are up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations as defined by the CDC. This means a person has received all recommended doses in their primary series COVID-19 vaccine and a booster dose when eligible. Those age 16 and over must also provide identification that matches their vaccination record.
Proof of vaccination is defined as a CDC card, an official immunization record, a digital or physical photo reflecting the person's name, vaccine brand, and date administered, or the CLEAR Health Pass (see below).
If not able to provide the above, fans must provide proof of a negative PCR or rapid antigen COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the game.
Galen Dodd, Assistant Coach