Frequently Asked Questions
Alabama Women’s Basketball Camp FAQ:
How do I know if my camper has been accepted into Alabama Women’s Basketball Camp?
When you have successfully completed the online application and your credit card payment has been accepted, you will receive a confirmation letter to the address you associate with your online account. If you believe that your registration went through successfully but you have not received your confirmation email, please check your junk email folder. If you still cannot find your confirmation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 205-348-3834.
Does Alabama Women’s Basketball Camp provide scholarships or financial assistance?
Unfortunately, we are limited by NCAA regulations and are unable to provide financial assistance to our camp.
What role do Coach Curry, her staff, and any former and current University of Alabama players play in daily camp activities?
Coach Curry is very involved with the camp. She also makes herself available several times during the camp to meet with campers and their families, and to sign autographs. The rest of the current Alabama coaching staff is around the camp daily, as well, and the assistants conduct lectures for the camp, often incorporating drills with current Alabama players in those lectures.
Alabama Women’s Basketball Camp Check-In Day FAQ:
Where and when is check-in?
Check-in information for each camp will be sent to the email address you provide during registration for the specific camp you sign up for.
Do I need to bring a Parental Authorization/Insurance forms with me?
These forms are available on our camp website. You can either bring them to camp registration or it is strongly suggested you fax it ahead of time to Vickey Plant at 205-348-9770. These forms are required for your camper to participate in camp.
Can my camper bring her cell phone or iPod around camp during the day?
We do not have restrictions against cell phones and iPods at camp. However, we strongly recommend that these devices be left in their bags. Cell phones and iPods are not permitted to be used during camp lectures, stations or games so the time that the device could be used is limited. Additionally, we have had many instances of such devices' being misplaced during camp days.
Which Alabama players will be around camp during my session?
Our current players who are on campus in summer school to serve as guest coaches and referees for camp games.
Will Coach Curry be around and available during camp?
Coach Curry is very present at the camp. She addresses the camp each day, observes many of the camp stations and games and is available during check-in and other designated times throughout the week to meet campers and their families and sign autographs.
How will I know where and when to pick up my camper on the last day of camp?
The camp will conclude each day at Foster Auditorium. From there the campers will be dismissed.
May I come and watch my camper participate in camp activities?
Absolutely. Parents, family members, and friends are welcome to come watch any of our camp activities including lectures, stations and games. We just ask that, for activities taking place in Foster Auditorium, guests sit upstairs and not gather on the court.
Where should I go if I have any questions during camp?
Any questions you may have can be directed to one of several places during camp! You can ask a camp coach and if they don’t know they will direct the question to a camp director. You can also stop by the Alabama Basketball office and speak with Vickey Plant. This office is located at the main entrance of Foster Auditorium. You can also continue to email Grant Fausset at email@example.com.