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Is there a deadline when registering?
Registration is recommended 2 weeks prior, but you can all the way up to the night before.
Are scholarships or financial assistance available for campers?
No, however, we are willing to work with you. There are specified discounts available when registering as well.
Who will make up the staff at the camps?
Our staff includes: Head and Assistant coach for Liberty Men’s tennis, alongside Liberty’s regular season college players
Where will the camps be held?
The camp will be held on Liberty’s campus, primarily at the Cook tennis center.
Where are overnight campers housed?
Campers will be housed in student dorms on campus.
What does each camper need to bring?
Campers are advised to bring: Water Jug, Racquets, Tennis shoes, Snacks, Change of clothes, Towels.
Does my child need spending money?
Your child should not need money, except for campus vending machines and a visit to the Bookstore.
Does my child need a physical?
When is my balance due if I only paid the deposit?
Your balance is due before the first day of camp
Are there transportation services available for out-of-town campers?
Is there before or after care available?
What is your cancellation policy?
Refunds will only be granted if cancelled 7 days before the start of camp
Are parents allowed to come watch camp sessions?
How can I communicate with my camper in the event of an emergency?
Our coaches will always have their phones, should an emergency arise.
How are meals served during camp?
Meals are served at Liberty’s Reber Thomas Dining Hall
Will there be medical staff at the camp?
Where do I park?
Parking is available at the Cook Tennis Courts.