FAQ's

REGISTRATION

HOW DO I REGISTER?
Registration can be completed by visiting https://campscui.active.com/orgs/SantaClaraBaseballAcademy?orglink=camps-registration and clicking on the Register tab at the top of the home page.

IS FULL PAYMENT REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION?
Online registration requires a full credit card payment.

DO YOU OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL AID?
Scholarships and financial aid are not provided through Santa Clara Baseball Academy Camps due to NCAA regulations. We do accept scholarships from non-profit, unaffiliated programs.

WHAT IF I WANT TO SWITCH CAMPS?
If you would like to switch camps, please call Greg Gonzalez at (650)303-8472 or by email at ggonzalez2@scu.edu. so that we may assist you. 

WHAT DO I NEED TO CANCEL MY REGISTRATION?
We do not offer refunds however you will receive credit to a future Santa Clara Baseball Academy camp.



CHECK-IN

WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE AT CAMP?
Check-in begins 30 minutes prior to the start of camp. If you have paid in full and have already completed all medical paperwork, you will not need to bring anything additional to check-in.  If you have any questions about whether we have received your medical packet, we would recommend bringing a copy of your paperwork to check-in.  

WHAT DO I BRING TO THE CAMP?
If you have paid in full and registered online (completing all online registration questions and online waivers), you will not need to bring anything additional to check-in.  If you have any questions about whether we have received your information, we would recommend bringing an additional copy of your paperwork to check-in.  Any remaining balances must be completed at the time of check-in. We will accept cash or check only at registration.  We will only accept checks made out to The Santa Clara Baseball Academy. All campers should bring a glove, baseball hat, turf/tennis shoes and cleats to camp. We also highly recommend baseball pants, so players can compete, dive and slide like a ballplayer.  If you so choose, you may also bring your personal bat or any other equipment you feel necessary. All other equipment (balls, helmets, etc.) will be provided. Please put your name on any equipment you bring to camp – as we are not responsible for lost or stolen items. 

WHAT IF MY CAMPER HAS ANY MEDICATIONS AND/OR ALLERGIES?
During check-in, please alert our athletic trainer on staff of any medications or allergies that we need to be aware of for the safety of your child. Our trainer will handle all medications, and our camp staff will make changes as necessary in case of a food allergy.


CAMP

WHAT ARE THE TIMES OF THE CAMPS?
Times will differ depending on the camp. Please consult the schedule page or your specific camp’s confirmation letter for specific times.

WILL CAMPS STILL BE HELD IN ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS?
Yes. Camp will be held rain or shine. Please dress according to the weather.

WHAT DO I NEED TO WEAR?
Please dress according to the weather. We recommend that players wear baseball pants and bring both turf/tennis shoes and cleats. All campers should wear a baseball hat and sunscreen.

HOW DO YOU ACCOMMODATE DIFFERENT AGES IN EACH CAMP?
Campers will be split into groups according to age and ability for each camp in order to provide the most relative instruction.

DO YOU HAVE CAMP T-SHIRTS?
Registration for all individual summer camps may include a Santa Clara Baseball Academy Camp t-shirt depending on which specific camp you attend. 



COMMUNICATION

HOW CAN I CONTACT YOU?
Camp staff can be reached by calling the camp director Greg Gonzalez at 650-303-8472 or by emailing ggonzalez2@scu.edu.



PARKING

IS PARKING AVAILABLE AT STEPHEN SCHOTT STADIUM
Parking is located on the street near Stephen Schott Stadium. Any parking lots near Stephen Schott Stadium will need a daily parking pass. All parking is subject to campus or local parking enforcement.



A member institution’s sports camp or clinic shall be open to any and all entrants (limited only by number and age).

NCAA guidelines prohibit payment of camp expenses (e.g., transportation, camp fees, spending money, etc.) by a representative of The University of Texas’ athletics interest. NCAA rules also prohibit free or reduced camp admission for prospects (9th grade and above).