SNC Camps FAQ's
|SNC Camps FAQ's|
|Q: Will I receive written confirmation that my child is enrolled?|
|A: Yes. If you register by mail or online you will receive an email confirmation.|
|Q: What should my child bring to camp?|
|A: Overnight Campers should bring plenty of soccer clothing, a soccer ball, sunscreen, alarm clock, all linens, swimming suit, any medications necessary, and spending money. Day campers should arrive dressed to play soccer in shorts, t-shirts, shin guards, socks, cleats and tennis shoes. Both Day and Overnight campers must bring a soccer ball. All campers will receive a free camp T-shirt.|
|Q: What if my child has food allergies?|
|A:At SNC Soccer Camp, we pride ourselves on being the soccer camp that is about more than just Soccer.
We take great pride in meeting the many unique needs of our campers and their special dietary needs. With this being said, we rely on our campers’ parents to let us know about their children’s dietary restrictions and work with us to identify a safe, effective plan throughout the course our campers’ stay.
Just like every camper is unique, we work with parents to identify solutions on an individual basis. Please be sure to note this when registering and at check in.
In the meantime, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
|Q. What if I have a game or practice.|
|A. Players having a game or practice they need to attend will be allowed to leave camp with authorized prior approval by the camp director. Please note on the registration form or notify the camp staff at camp check in.|
|Q: Where do I check in / pick up my child?|
|A: Once on campus, follow the signs to Soccer Registration at Sensenbrenner Hall. Commuters should be dropped off each day at Sensenbrenner Hall and picked up each evening at Schneider Stadium.|
|Q: Can I choose my roommate|
|A: Yes, we allow roommate requests at camp. Please make sure when signing up for camp, that each camper chooses one another to be roommates. All roommates MUST be completed 2 weeks prior to each camp. NO ROOMMATE CHANGES MAY BE MADE AT CHECK-IN.|
|Q: Is there any free time?|
|A: There is basically no free time. Campers are continually busy playing, learning soccer or participating in team building activities from breakfast until after the evening games.|
|Q: What type of supervision do you provide?|
|A: Campers are supervised by staff members during the entire camp. No one is allowed to leave campus. Unless previously approved by the camp director. Dorms are supervised 24 hours a day.|
|Q: Are teams welcome?|
|A: Teams or groups are encouraged to attend. We will accept teams or groups at all sessions. Please designate on your application if you are attending as part of a team or group.|
|Q: Is there Goalkeeper Training?|
|A: Yes. Specialized Goalkeeper Instruction is available at Summer ID, Team, and Resident Camps. Please indicate "Goalkeeper" on your registration form.|
|Q: Can parents or coaches watch the sessions?|
|A: Yes! All sessions are open to parents and coaches|
|Q: Where are the campers housed?|
|A: All overnight campers stay in the St. Norbert dorms. Campers are assigned two to a room. (You may choose to designate a roommate on your application). Please bring extra-long single bed sheets, pillow and blanket. There are no telephones in the individual dorm rooms.|
|Q: Does my child need any spending money?|
|A: : Your child may need extra money for the camp Snack Bar, SNC Bookstore, and the Soccer Camp Store. Some campers may wish to order pizzas for a late night snack.|
|Q: Where is St. Norbert College located?|
|A: St. Norbert College is located at 100 Grant St. De Pere, WI 54115 which is centrally located 20 min from the Fox Valley, two hours from Milwaukee, WI and 3 Hours from Chicago, IL. Austin Straubel Airport (GSP) is 10 minutes from campus.|