Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Coach Pastner and his staff will be at all our summer camps.
All camp sessions are held on the Georgia Tech campus. Sessions are held at the McCamish Pavilion, home of the Georgia Tech Basketball Team.
All check-ins take place at the McCamish Pavilion. Directions will be provided in your confirmation. Check in for all camps runs from 8:00am-9:00am.
No, there is no shuttle service provided to and from camp. Both in-town and out-of-town campers are solely responsible for their own travel arrangements to and from camp.
Unfortunately no. We are limited by NCAA rules prohibiting us from offering individual based financial assistance to our camps.
An administrative fee of $50 will be assessed upon request of camp tuition refund, regardless of reason for cancellation. There will be no refunds for cancellations requested less than 7 days from the start of camp unless due to injury. If injured, the camper must present a doctor's note to receive a refund less the $50 administration fee.
Campers start each morning with stretching and calisthenics (to prepare the body for extensive play) then they'll proceed as a league to stations. At each station a different basketball skill is taught; for example: shooting, passing, dribbling, etc. Afterwards, each team will play a game for practical application of the lessons learned at each station. At the start of the afternoon, a lecture by one of the Georgia Tech coaches or a guest speaker will take place. Following the lecture, teams will play league games and also do team competitions.
All campers are expected to conform to the standards of behavior established and explained by the camp director. Disruptive behavior could result in dismissal and no refund.
Upon arrival, campers are initially grouped by age. After assessment, they are placed in teams according to ability and skill level within their age bracket. Each team is comprised of roughly 10 campers per coach. This ensures optimum observation and development of each camper's technique.
Yes, GT is an open campus and parents are welcome to come observe camp sessions. Please note however, parking is only available at no charge during drop off and pick up each day. If you are planning on staying and watching camp, hourly pay parking areas are available on campus.
Campers are assigned to teams and leagues prior to camp. We will inform each camper which team they are on at check in. If you are unsure which team your child is on, please ask at camp.

Office personnel will be available during regular business hours of Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. If parents need to contact their campers for any reason during business hours, please call the basketball office at 404-894-5425 (or 1-800-933-8470). After hours, please contact Julian Swartz at 262-424-3454. A message will be promptly delivered to the camper with specific instructions from the parent.

Campers can sign up for the Lunch Bunch plan. Lunch Bunch provides daily meals for campers at a flat fee for the four days of camp. The lunch plan is optional, as campers may instead choose to bring their lunch daily. The Lunch Bunch menu consists of some combination of Chick-Fil-A sandwiches, pizza (cheese or pepperoni), and subway (turkey or ham) sandwiches plus chips and a drink.

Campers can sign up for an optional Camp Bank fund. While spending money is not required, parents are encouraged to provide monies for miscellaneous purchases (snacks, drinks, gear, etc.). Camp Bank is provided so that campers can have access to their spending money without having to carry it on their person. Any monies not spent during camp will be refunded at check out on the last day of their camp session.
No, we do not require a physical to attend the camp. All the medical questions we ask are on the registration form.
Yes, licensed collegiate trainers are on duty at all times to attend to any illness or injuries. Coaches and counselors supervise all camp activities and dormitories to monitor safety and precaution. Please note: Campers requiring the use of inhalers or medications of any kind are solely responsible for administering their own meds. Parents should consider this when registering their children for camp.