Frequently Asked Questions
Who provides supervision of the campers?
During the camp sessions, campers are supervised by Miami coaching staff and other hired coaches (a combination of high school coaches and Miami athletes). There are never more than 12 campers to one adult coach. Children in grades 6 and under are escorted to and from the residence halls at meal times and in the evening campers are supervised by Residence Life staff. These are current Miami students hired for the summer as camp counselors. We maintain of ratio of not more than 25 campers to one adult counselor. *All staff working with camps go through a background check.
What if I forgot to mail my consent to treat form?
Please just bring it with you. If you forget it you may fill out another one at registration. However if you are under 18 then a parent or legal guardian must come to registration with you to fill out the consent to treat form.
Do I have to pay for the whole camp when I register?
Miami Summer Camps has two ways to register. Online registration is the recommended way to register for Miami Summer Camps. You will know instantaneously know if you got into the week/s you wanted. There is also a payment plan available through the online registration only. You may also mail in your registration form but the camp may be full by the time your form is received. Full payment is required when mailing in the registration form. Credit cards and checks will be accepted when mailing in the registration.
What should my camper bring to camp?
**Miami will supply a small refrigerator in every room**
What about snack food, drinks, etc. for dorm room?
Boarding students will receive room and all meals beginning with dinner the first night of camp, and ending with breakfast the last day of camp. Commuting students will receive lunch and dinner meals along with the boarding students. This enables them to be with their group the entire day. Commuter students join their group each morning following breakfast. (A commuter schedule will be provided at check-in.)
How can I make sure my child gets to room with his/her friends?
There is a spot on the enrollment form for roommate requests. In order to be certain that your child gets to room with their friend make sure that their name is also on their friends form. Any requests take top priority when assigning roommates. Other criteria such as age and hometown are also considered in attempt to place campers with appropriate roommates. (Ex. If Sarah and Susan want to room together Sarah needs to list Susan on her registration form and Susan needs to list Sarah).
Are there any group discounts?
Yes, please call 513 529-0197 for group discount rates and policies
Do you offer scholarships or discounts for low-income families?
No, because of the restrictions and rules related to NCAA guidelines
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