Frequently Asked Questions
No Overnight Camps Available Summer 2022
Registration/check-in times and locations will be specified for each camp. Once checking in campers, family may remain at the fields to watch practice. Dismissal will also be designated for each individual camp. Dismissal/check-out times and locations will be specified for each camp. Parents are advised to arrive early for check-out, parking will traffic will vary by camp.
Workout gear necessary: Helmet (High School and Youth Camps) cleats, tennis shoes, practice shirts and shorts. Compression shorts are recommended. Please refer to the Camps tab.
Note: Campers cannot wear cleats in the any Florida State Facility other than the Indoor Practice Field. Campers that bring cleats to practice will also need another type of footwear to wear in any other facility including cafeteria and dorm (sneakers, flip flops, slides, etc.)
CAMPERS WILL NEED TO BRING A HELMET (DO NOT NEED MOUTHGUARD)
For Specialist Camp, Kickers please bring 1 football (if you own one), 1 kicking tee, a kicking block OR kicking tri-pod, kicking shoes and workout attire. Helmets are optional for everyone at Specialist Camp.
Campers may bring money for snacks, but Florida State University is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
NCAA rules prohibit payment of camp expenses including transportation, camp tuition, spending money, etc. by representatives of Florida State University’s athletic interest. Furthermore, NCAA rules prohibit free or reduced camp admission privileges for prospects in the 9th grade or above. Refunds for leaving camp early will be reviewed case by case. Pro-rates are available upon request.
Unless it is coordinated in advance, campers will not be permitted to leave camp until check out at the end of a session.
Wi-Fi is not always available in the dorm or football facility.
Any prescription medication, medical questions/information/instructions can be given to our Sports Medicine staff during the check-in process.
Water and sports drinks will be provided for all campers throughout camp. However, the camper is welcome to bring a water bottle.
Campers may want to bring a bag or backpack to keep phones, sunscreen, dry socks, etc. in during the day (personal items brought to practice can be secured in team storage bins).
A Mike Norvell t-shirt will be provided during camp.