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June 2018

TCU Basketball Father/Child Camp

06/15/2018 - 06/16/2018 ~ Friday - Saturday Registration Ends: 06/14/2018$150.00 - $250.00 | Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena & Schollmaier Practice Facility-TCU- Fort Worth, TX 3000 Stadium Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76109


This camp is an opportunity for fathers and sons/daughters to learn basketball at a very introductory level together. Attention will be focused on development of young basketball players as their fathers work alongside them.  

Camp includes fundamentals, games, contests and participation with coach Jamie Dixon, the TCU coaches and players. Father and child will both receive an official TCU Basketball NIKE camp t-shirt as well as three (3) Meals will be provided.


Overnight accommodations at TCU's campus residence halls and two meals on are included. Dorm rooms accommodate two people. Those who bring more than one child to camp will be required to use a separate dorm room.  


Camp Features

Coach Jamie Dixon, TCU Basketball Camp T-Shirt for all campers
Housing and 3 Meals
Autograph/photo opportunities with players and staff to remember a perfect Father's Day
Registration/Check-In and camp will be at the Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena.
Campers will tour the basketball facilities. Camp will start immediately after check-in.


$250.00 for Father & One Child Together (Residential)
$150.00 for Father & One Child Together (Commuter)
$75.00 for each additional child


Discounts: TCU Employee discount - please contact Thomas Montigel at t.montigel@tcu.edu for your promo code.



Check Into Dorms ... 4:00pm | June 15th

Camp Begins ... 5:00pm-10:00pm | Friday June 15th

Camp Begins ... 9:00am-2:00pm | Saturday June 16th  


What to bring

Campers must wear gym shoes, shorts and a T-shirt. In addition, we ask that campers do not bring personal articles, including basketballs, to camp to ensure that they are not stolen or misplaced. The camp will not be responsible for any lost or stolen articles.


What to bring

Basketball Shoes - All games will be held on clean indoor courts.
At least 2 pairs of basketball shorts
At least 4 pairs of athletic socks
At least 2 t-shirts
Toiletries and Shower Shoes
Bedding - Twin Extra Long Beds. - Sleeping Bags Work great
Linens will NOT be provided
Please do NOT wear jewelry and/or hats to camp!
Cell phones will be put away during camp time.
Water will be available throughout the facility, but players may want to bring a water bottle and/or a sports drink.  


Day 1: The first session of stations will give fathers/guardians the opportunity to learn from Coach Jamie Dixon and the entire TCU coaching staff while taking part in drills that can be utilized to help their child develop as a basketball player. Campers will interact one-on-one with the TCU basketball players while going through drills and competitions. Dinner is provided on Day 1  


Day 2: In the second sessions of stations, fathers/guardians and sons will participate together in stations and competitions that are facilitated by the TCU coaching staff and players. Fathers/guardians and Children will be teammates throughout all competitions, including a 2-on-2 tournament. Breakfast and lunch are provided on Day 2.  


CAMP TRAINER: - We have a full-time, certified athletic trainer who will be on site throughout the entirety of camp. If you have any medical concerns regarding your child, please convey this to the trainer at check-in. Should you have any questions about this policy, please speak to our camp trainer at check-in. - Each Camper (Father & Child) will need all participating players to complete the medical release form prior to participation. No exceptions  


VISITATION: All family members are welcome to come and observe camp. Signage from the lobby will direct you to seating. If you do attend, you must park in Lot 6 or Lot 7 adjacent to Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena or Lot 7 or Admissions lot, adjacent to the TCU Rec Center.  


It is not permissible for boosters to provide expenses for individuals to attend any of the TCU Sports Camps. Expenses include but are not limited to, lodging, meals, transportation, and/or camp tuition. Exception: Boosters may provide expenses for his/her immediate family members to attend any camps.  


Waiver Information

The Medical Treatment-consent and Release Authorization form will be attached to your e-mailed receipt and are available on-line. Please print fill out and bring to camp. Download Waiver Form



Meals will be provided every day, from 12:00-1:00pm. No additional cost for these meals / Cost included in camp registration fee.  



Day 1 8:00PM

Day 2 8:00AM-9:00AM and 12:00PM-1:00PM



The camp bank allows campers to deposit money during registration and withdraw money throughout the camp for concessions, drinks, and apparel. Concessions and apparel purchases are available throughout the entire camp. Pizza can be ordered daily and is delivered to the dorm each night at 10:00pm. The Camp Bank is optional; however the camp is not responsible for lost or stolen cash. The amount of money that is deposited into the camp bank ranges for each camper. Typically, a parent deposits around $50 per camper for the week. The prices for concessions and pizza range from $1 to $15. Apparel ranges from $10 to $50  


Miscellaneous Information

Refund Policy To reserve a place in camp, a $125.00 deposit is required. Campers who leave camp after registration will not receive refunds.  


Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you registered for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.