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Grand Canyon University - Men's Soccer
FAQ

FAQ

Can we check-in early?

Typically we cannot allow early check due to supervision and residential move in (for residential and college prep camps) needs. If there are certain circumstances that will not allow you to be at registration then please contact us to discuss options.

Can we check-in late?

Yes, but please communicate with us to set up a check in time and process.

If I come with a group/friend, will we be on the same team?

We do our best to accommodate both this scenario and dorm requests. We cannot make any guarantees, but certainly want the campers to have the best possible time and we realize that is typically along side their friends!

Will I need to bring money?

All meals and essential items are provided at camp. However, if you would like to take advantage of the camp store (open during down time and at night) where you can buy drinks, snacks, pizza, etc. you should bring additional money.

What should we bring to camp?

Pair of soccer cleats, pair of flat shoes (one of the fields is a turf field if you want to bring turf shoes, but it's not necessary), shin guards, soccer socks, athletic shorts and shirts for each day, bed linens, towels, pillow, alarm clock, personal items/toiletries, sunscreen, goalkeeper gloves (goalkeepers only), a soccer ball if you choose not to purchase one, and a great attitude!

Is there supervision in residence halls?

The campers have 24 hour supervision. There are coaches on each floor and an athletic trainer always on call in case of emergency. The university also has hall managers at the front desk and campus police always on call.

Is there an Airport Shuttle?

Yes, please refer to the 'Info' tab for full information.

Can Parents stay and watch sessions?

Absolutely, parents are always welcome to watch!

Are Parents allowed to visit campers in the dorms?

Parent's are welcome to come visit campers during down times in the lobby of the dorms, with the exception of move in and move out (and of course emergency/illness situations), we prefer for staff and campers to be the only people on the floors of the dorms. This ensures the safety of the campers.