- Applies to:
- Prospective Students
Policies relating to Calvin's summer sports camp program—refunds, insurance, injuries, etc.
There will be NO REFUNDS/TRANSFERS once your session of camp has begun.
There will be NO FULL refunds after Friday, June 15, 2018, regardless of date of registration.
Registration convenience fees from online registrations are non-refundable.
If you transfer your child’s camp after registering, regardless of whether it is before or after Friday, June 15, 2018, you will be charged the online fee for registration as this is considered a separate registration by the registration service.
DEPOSITS, as indicated in the brochure, WILL NOT be refunded, transferred to another camp/section/time slot or transferred to another child after Friday, June 15, 2018, regardless of date of registration.
Registrations & Payments
Online payments must be made by credit card & paid in full upon registration. Mail-in or walk-in registration payment may be made by check or exact change cash ONLY. No credit cards in person.
Registration for camps that start on a Monday closes at 3:00pm on the Friday PRIOR to the start of the camp. For Overnight camps, registration closes at 3:00pm on the Thursday prior to the start of the camp. For those camps not beginning on a Monday, registration closes at 3:00pm, 2 days prior to the start.
First day of camp drop in registrations are subject to availability and at the discretion of the coach. Drop-ins MAY be charged a late fee (these will be listed in the brochure) but ALL will be charged the online registration fee. Payments may be made by check or cash (exact change) ONLY. Credit cards are not accepted in person.
If a size is not indicated on the registration form, we cannot guarantee a shirt, nor can we guarantee one that will fit your child. Also, any registrations received within 2 weeks of the camp WILL NOT be guaranteed a requested size, nor a shirt (or any other camp gift).
Insurance and injuries
Sports camp dedicated to opening the minds of young people to the vast array of opportunities available through sports and activities and to develop the gifts that God has given them.
The university is not liable for injuries sustained by students in camp programs even though such injuries occur on university premises, in sport classes, or in competition. The university does not undertake to be the insurer of its students and its liability under the law must be based on fault. It is necessary, in order to establish the liability of the university for such injuries, not only to prove negligence or carelessness on the part of the university, but also to show that the student was free from any negligence or carelessness which might have contributed to the injuries. Accordingly, students and parents are advised to be certain that there is coverage by personal or family health and accident insurance.
Please sign and return the Release and Waiver of Liability with your mail-in or walk-in registration.
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