Frequently Asked Questions
Commonly asked questions and answers. If you have additional questions please feel free to contact us here!
Who Can Attend Camp?
These camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).
What Should I Bring To Camp?
Campers are provided water and gatorade during camp hours. Campers should bring a water bottle, kneepads, volleyball/tennis shoes, athletic clothes; FUNdamentals campers should bring a lunch.
Overnight campers need to bring a colored towel, volleyball gear, toiletries, shower shoes (flip flops), sweats/shorts to wear around the dorms. Please read through our resident camper guidebook for more information.
Where Do I Check In For Camp?
Check in times and locations vary with camp type. Check in time and location is listed on online camp registration. You will receive an informational email 2 weeks and 1 week prior to camp.
Overnight campers will have 24 hour security and supervision while staying in the dorms by camp staff and resident hall staff.
What if I can only attend part of camp?
If you can only come for part of a camp we would still love to have you. Contact Bre Payton 319-335-9255 or at email@example.com to check to see what the pro-rated rate would be.
What is your refund policy?
There is a $50 processing fee for any camp cancellation and a $25 processing fee for any clinic cancellations. No refunds will be given 2 weeks prior to camp date.
Walk-ins for camp (must be commuter) or clinics are welcome. No walk-ins are allowed for residential camps as housing arrangements need to be finalized 2 weeks before the start of camp. Please contact us with questions or requests concerning refunds.
Where can I park?
Parking availability varies depending on camp date and duration. Parking options will be detailed in an email distributed to all campers 2 weeks and 1 week prior to camps.
Are meals provided at camp?
No Meals are provided for day clinics. FUNdamental campers should bring a sack lunch for break between morning and afternoon sessions.
Meals for resident and commuter campers will be provided at campus dining.
Are there chaperones in the dorms?
Yes. Iowa Volleyball Staff will be staying in the dorms with campers along with residential hall staff members.
Are parents allowed to come and watch?
Absolutely, parents can stop by and watch at anytime. All final sessions of camp include competitive play, so parents are welcome to watch. Parking is not permitted in any lot without a pass, so either use meter parking or dental lot parking located on the back side of Carver. Weekend parking is free in all lots!!!
Will there be a trainer on hand?
There will be a first aid provider at all the sites for all of the sesions.
Is there a camp store?
The Iowa Volleyball Camp store will be open throughout camp. Campers are encouraged to bring extra spending money to purchase unqiue Iowa volleyball gear. We except cash, check (made out to: Iowa Volleyball Camps) and credit cards.
Who should I contact if I have additional questions?
Feel free to contact Bre Payton with any questions. She can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 319-335-9255.