Mission Statement Summer is the perfect time to play sports, meet new friends and experience different adventures. The Siena College sports camps offer you all those opportunities and more. The Siena coaching staff, Siena players, and other college players and coaches will teach you during the week. The emphasis will be on individual improvement and team competition, and the instruction will include informative lectures from visiting coaches. Along with the sports instruction you receive, you will have the chance to meet new friends and experience life on a college campus, from Siena's Marcelle Athletic Complex to its dining hall.
The objective of the Siena camp is to learn while having fun, regardless of age, sport experience, or skill level. You will be grouped with other campers with similar athletic backgrounds in the same age group. The many hours of individual instruction you receive will be in small groups and supported with demonstrations and analysis from the coaching staff.
If you want to learn more about a sport, and do so in an exciting environment, then a Siena camp is for you.
Registration To enroll in the Siena sports camp, a parent or guardian should complete all parts of the application form following instructions for submitting online.
Space in the camps is limited, so early enrollment is suggested. Registrants accepted will receive a confirmation letter with notification of any program changes and first day of camp details. Please save this letter for future reference. Registrants not admitted will receive refunds. Walk-in registration on the first day of camp cannot be guaranteed. It is important to note that all registration forms go through the Office of Business Affairs. Registrants that do not go through this process cannot be guaranteed space in camp.
Waiting lists for camps are maintained. If you would like to be included on the waiting list, please circle "Yes" where indicated on the registration form. Checks will be deposited to secure campers' places on the waiting list, but credit cards will not be charged until acceptance to camp.
Fees and Refunds The camp fee (see below) covers meals (lunch for day camp -breakfast lunch and dinner for overnight camp), camp tee shirt, special gift, accident insurance and instruction. Please note that lunch is not provided for 1/2 day camp. The full fee must accompany all registration forms. Online registration requires full payment with either Master Card or Visa. Fees:
$300.00 for Boys Basketball Day Camp
$300.00 for Girls Basketball Day Camp ($475 for Overnight Camp)
$285.00 for Day Camp (Baseball, Dance, Lacrosse, Softball, Soccer, Volleyball)
$195.00 for Boys/Girls Basketball Team Camp ($150.00 Commuter)
$125.00 for Boys/Girls Basketball Elite Camp ($75.00 Commuter)
All cancellations must be received in writing or by fax. Full refunds will be made if a cancellation is received at least 20 days before the camp begins. After this deadline, $60 will be deducted for administrative expenses. If no notice is received, $90 will be deducted. For refund purposes, the postmark of the cancellation letter or the date stamp from the fax machine will determine date of receipt by Siena College. Refund for a camper who leaves before the last day of camp will be based on costs and a $60 administrative fee.
Once the camp has taken place, a camper can request a refund with valid reason up to 30 days.
The last day of refunds that will be issued is September 2, 2013.
A group discount of 15 percent is available if eight or more campers submit their applications together in the same envelope. This requires registration to be done via US mail and discount cannot be given with online registration. Please call the camp hotline at 518.782.6905 for additional information. There are no discounts for team camp.
What the Campers Receive The campers will receive a week of skill related training to assist in improving their individual skills. The concept of teamwork and competition will also be taught through games and other structured activities. Campers will be grouped by skill level and age with a coach to guide them through the camp.
All campers will receive a Siena College Sports Camp tee shirt and a special gift. Campers and their parents/guardians will receive a pre-camp booklet that details the week ahead of them. In addition, campers will receive a post-camp booklet that includes a review of the camp, tips on how to continue individual skill development, and a personal evaluation.
College Policy The College reserves the right to cancel or postpone any summer sports camp because of insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. If a camp is cancelled or postponed, the College will refund registration fees. If a camp is postponed while in progress, the refund will be prorated.
Marketing and Communications Policy By registering for summer camp, I am giving Siena College permission to use my photo and / or video for publicity purposes. This includes all marketing and communications materials that promote the activities and opportunities available at Siena College.
Health Care Emergency Care -Athletic trainers staff the sports camps and emergency cases are transported by campus security or Town of Colonie EMS to Memorial Hospital. A parent or guardian must sign the emergency health treatment form to grant permission for any medical treatment needed during camp.
Continuing Care - Please indicate on the medical form any continuing needs or any special conditions that the registrant may have (e.g. daily medication, asthma).
NCAA Rules and Regulations Senior Prospect Employment Prohibition - In accordance with NCAA Rules and Regulations, senior prospective student-athletes shall not be permitted to be employed by an institution's summer sport camp. A senior prospective student-athlete is defined as one who is eligible for admission to a member institution or who has started classes for the senior year in high school.
No Free or Reduced Admission - An institution, members of its staff or representatives of its athletics interests shall not employ or give free or reduced admission privileges to a high school, preparatory school or two-year college athletics award winner. For purposes of this rule, a high school includes the ninth-grade level, regardless of whether the ninth grade is part of a junior high school system. A representative of an institution's athletic interests may not pay a prospect's expenses to attend a member institution's sports camp or clinic (NCAA Bylaws 184.108.40.206).
Siena Summer Sports Camps Coordinator Santino Thomas Siena College Athletic Department ATTN: Summer Camps 515 Loudon Road Loudonville, NY 12211 518-782-6542 (O) 518-783-2449 (F)