Florida Gators Camps and Clinics
FAQ – Little Gator Camp
- Where is check-in?
Gate 1 of the Stephen C. O’Connell Center
- When is check-in and checkout?
- Check-in: 12:30 - 1:00 pm
- Awards Ceremony (Check-out): 12:00 pm
Little Gator Camp begins promptly at 1:00pm
- What forms must be filled out and signed for camp participation?
- Consent form with parent signature
- Physician’s statement
- Can I send a physical instead of getting a doctor’s signature?
We can only accept a physical that has been completed within one year of the last day of your camp session. Physicals can be sent by email to mbasketballmail -at- gators.ufl.edu, by fax to 352-377-8483 or by mail to Men’s Basketball Camp, PO Box 14485, Gainesville, FL 32604.
- Do I need medical insurance to attend camp?
Each player must have medical insurance. The camp carries an EXCESS medical insurance policy to cover medical expenses for injuries/accidents which occur in the course of camp activities. Medical expenses, including any deductibles, which are declined for payment through the camper’s personal insurance and/or through the excess policy become the personal responsibility of the camper’s parents/guardians
If a player doesn’t have medical insurance, they can purchase insurance for the week at Floridian Quote.
- May parents watch?
Parents are welcome and encouraged to come and watch their children. Although there is not a designated section to sit and watch, feel free to sit in any area that will not be disruptive to camp activity.
- How are campers placed on teams?
Campers are placed on teams according to age, size and ability. Our priority in forming teams is to have balanced competition. Therefore, we cannot honor team assignment requests. In some cases, players are “traded” from their original team assignment to better balance the competition.
- What are the Little Gator Camp hours and Pick-up/Drop-off location?
- All Little Gator campers should be picked up by 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
- All Little Gator campers should be dropped off by 8:45 a.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
- Pick up & drop off for Little Gator Campers will at the Practice Court between gates 3 and 4 at the O’Connell Center.
- Sometimes, guest speakers in the evening run a few minutes late – we apologize in advance for any inconvenience.
- What supplies do I need for camp?
T-shirts, gym shorts, socks, underwear and basketball shoes each day.
- What is the camp refund policy?
A camper may cancel his registration prior to May 19th, 2014 and receive a refund of all except for a $100 administrative fee. If a camper cancels May 19th or later, the entire camp tuition is forfeited.
If a camper is unable to participate for a medical reason a full refund (minus a $15 online processing fee) is available only with a doctor’s note provided. Full refunds for extenuating circumstances (i.e. injuries, death in the family, etc.) will be made on a case by case basis (at the camps discretion, with compliance office approval). Full refunds (minus the $15 online processing fee) for medical reasons or extenuating circumstances are available regardless of when we are notified.
- Are there any camp discounts?
Families with more than one camper are eligible for a $25 discount for the 2nd and 3rd campers.
- What meals do the Little Gators receive?
Little Gators will receive lunch on Monday and Tuesday.
- When can I get a copy of the camp schedule?
Daily camp schedules will be available at registration. Schedules will be posted at each facility, as well as on our camp page on www.gatorzone.com and our Facebook page as quickly as possible.
- Is there an emergency number?
To get a message to your son or in case of an emergency, you may call the basketball office at (352) 375-4683 ext. 1-4200.
Per NCAA rules, all sport camps and clinics conducted by The University of Florida Athletic Association are open to any and all entrants and enrollment is only limited based on age, grade level, gender, and/or number restrictions as specified by each camp.
For camps occurring prior to May 1, 2014, UAA policy allows participation in overnight/resident camps only for campers currently in 9th grade or higher for the 2013-14 academic year. For camps occurring after May 1, 2014, UAA policy allows participation in overnight/resident camps only for campers that will be in 9th grade or higher for the 2014-15 academic year. Please refer to each sport's camp page for additional information.
Only parents or legal guardians may provide personally identifiable information through the University of Florida websites.