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ELITE GIRLS ID CAMP

Our Elite Girls ID Camp is designed for the highly competitive and serious soccer player who aspires to play in college. This is an overnight camp that is structured in the format of a college preseason and exposes the player to the rigors of the college game. Being a residential camp this also allows the athlete to experience first-hand life on a college campus and what to expect when they make the transition from high school to university.

July 24th - 27th
Entering Grades: 8th - 12th & Graduating Seniors
Check-In: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Day 1
Check-Out: 12:00 PM, Day 4
Resident: $300 | Includes Ball & T-Shirt
Commuter: $275 | Includes Ball & T-Shirt

Additional Information: The Bison Soccer Camp Staff will email a list of what to bring as well as check-in and check-out information ten days prior to the first day of camp.

Rainout Information: In the event of inclement weather alternative locations will be found.  If alternative locations are not available a makeup clinic will be announced.

Airport Transportation: Transportation from and to Fargo airport will be provided to campers upon request.

Medical Attention: A full-time trainer will be on site to administer attention to minor injuries and ailments. All campers must return the completed medical form with the deposit.  As a condition of enrollment, a disclaimer must be signed and insurance information must be provided on the back of the registration form.

NDSU Staff & Faculty Discount: Please email karli.kopietz@ndsu.edu for more information.

 

NDSU does not discriminate in its programs and activities on the basis of age, color, gender expression/identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, participation in lawful off-campus activity, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, public assistance status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, spousal relationship to current employee, or veteran status, as applicable. Direct inquiries to: Vice Provost, Title IX/ADA Coordinator, Old Main 201, 701-231-7708, ndsu.eoaa@ndsu.edu.

NDSU is required to provide reasonable accommodations for guests with disabilities. Examples of accommodations include a sign language interpreter, a dietary accommodation, or a wheelchair accessible room. In the event there are additional expenses involved, it is the responsibility of the sponsor to pay. Guests are required to contact the sponsor a minimum of 3 weeks before the event.