Boston College Football
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2-Day High School Camps
Campers can register for one day or for both days. If registering for one day, campers will not receive housing. Campers that register for two days can attend as day campers or as residential campers. The day campers day ends at 4:30pm. Residential campers stay overnight and are provided housing and meals between the two days.
Each camper is required by Massachusetts State Law to complete the first page of the 2017 Boston College Physical Examination/Medical History Form and have the second page or equivalent forms prepared and signed by a licensed care provider. The form includes (1) a health history, (2) an immunization record (specific dates required) and (3) a report of a physical exam conducted within 24 months of the start of his/her camp. This information is required in order to participate in the BC Football Camp. All forms must be received before May 31, 2017.
Authorized Pick-up/Drop-off Form
Campers are only released to names given on the Camp Application. If you need to make any changes to the list please call 617.552.3010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All cancellations need to be in writing and should be sent to email@example.com or faxed to 617.552.2080. To be eligible for a refund, you must complete the refund request form which can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Overnight campers will only be granted refunds for medical reasons after June 1st. Refund requests received prior to June 1st will receive full refunds less online fees and those received after will be subject to a $100 administrative fee.
Single-Day/Commuter campers can cancel up to 48 priors to the start of camp. Prior to June 1st, cancellation requests will receive full refunds less online fees. For requests made after June 1st, a $25 administrative fee will be held.
NO REFUNDS WILL BE GRANTED 24 HOURS BEFORE CAMP STARTS
We are very proud of the low incidences of injuries and sickness over the years. However, if an accident does occur, you will receive the proper medical supervision and treatment – your parents insurance policy will be responsible for payment. Please note: Neither Boston College, The Boston College Football Camp, neither the camp staff nor anyone connected with the camp will assume any responsibility for accidents, medical or dental, or other expenses incurred as a result of accidents during camp.
Campers will be housed in the Boston College Dormitories (not all dorms have air conditioning). No outside delivery food is allowed.
Outside of camp operating hours, the Camp office is located at the Yawkey Athletics Center on lower campus in Chestnut Hill. During the camps, all activities will be based on Newton Campus utilizing the field-turf and astro-turf athletic fields. Due to capital construction projects and upgrades, Alumni Stadium, the Shea practice fields and Brighton campus fields will be offline during the 2017 camp season.
Yawkey Athletic Center/Alumni Stadium: 2004 Campanella Way, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Newton Campus Athletic Fields: 885 Centre Street, Newton, MA 02459
Campers who attend for a single day or as a commuter will receive lunch each day they attend.
Campers that stay overnight will receive all meals starting with lunch on the first day and ending with lunch on the second day.
Things to BRING
For ALL Camps
Overnight Camps Only
Who Runs the Camp
The camp is run by the Boston College Football Coaches and Staff. Each position is run by the respective BC football coach. Additionally, the camp employs a variety of seasoned coaches from FCS and Division 2 and 3 schools. In the past we have had representatives from the following conferences: CAA, Ivy, MEAC, Northeast, Patriot, Pioneer, NE-10, Centennial, ECFC, Empire 8, Liberty, MASCAC, NEFC, NESCAC, NJAC, ODAC, PAC, and UAA
WHEN DOES CAMP REGISTRATION CLOSE?
Camp registration will be strictly limited due to field space. The Youth Clinic and Kicking Camp will allow for about 200 campers per day. While the 1-Day and 2-Day High School camps will allow for 400 campers per day. Once maximum registration is met, camp will close.
If camps do not fill to the maximum participants, registration will close to 2-day overnight campers on May 31st.
Single day and commuter camper registration will close 48 before the start of the camp.
Can I Change Sessions?
The ability to switch sessions will depend on space available. If a change does arise please contact us as soon as possible at 617-552-3010 or email@example.com.
Can Parents Watch Practices or Games?
We welcome all parents, family and friends to come and watch. During practices and games, all guests will be asked to watch from the stands or outside the fencing. No parents will be allowed on the field during practices and evening games. Please see a camp staff member at the Quonset Hut in between the athletic fields on Newton Campus for help finding where your campers practices and games are located.
Unfortunately we are not able to provide transportation to and from the airport or South Station; however there are a variety of shuttle and taxi sites that work great. In the past, several campers have utilized:
Local Area Hotels
For parents traveling with their campers from out of state, we do have a wide variety of hotels in the area both close to campus and accessible by public transportation. For a complete list of local hotels, please check your confirmation packet or check the “Important Forms for Camp” tab located at the top of the page.