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 ©2013 US Collegiate Development LLC. The shield logo and Jakl logo are trademarks of US Collegiate Development LLC.

9 Reservoir Road
Hanover, NH 03755
USA

(321) 480-3429

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Preparation

US Collegiate Development camps / clinics are competitive rugby environments. Participants should be prepared physically and mentally for some strenuous play. Camps are similar to a college team's pre-season training program. It is designed for serious players looking to improve and prepare themselves to play beyond the high school level. 

Participation

All campers are expected to participate in and be punctual to all sessions unless certified injured / sick by the camp trainer. Injured players must continue to attend all sessions unless otherwise advised by the trainer. This will enable players to get as much out of their experience as possible.
Campers are expected to dress in appropriate rugby attire as instructed by the camp directors and coaching staff.
Mouth-guards are mandatory, players not wearing them will not be allowed to participate in any training sessions.
Campers and staff are guests of Dartmouth College and are expected to behave accordingly both on and off the field.
Residence Halls and training areas should be kept clean at all times. Leave rooms, halls, and training areas better than we found them.
Overnight campers are strictly forbidden to be in any fraternities, sororities, or residence halls other than those they are assigned. Please keep out of any residence hall which is not yours, and respect the property and privacy of others attending the camp.

Medical Release Requirement

All participants are required to read and sign a Medical Release. This is included in the Participation form that is required of all clinic / camp participants. 

Concussion Information Requirement

All participants are required to read and agree to the Concussion Information Sheet

Media, Photo, and Video Release Requirement

All participants are required to read and sign a Media, Photo/Video Release. This is included in the Participation form that is required of all clinic / camp participants. 

Refunds

Camp enrollment fees are refundable 50% up to 90 DAYS BEFORE the event start date. There are no refunds for cancellations if closer to 90 days before event start date. In the event that an injury prevents participation, a 50% credit voucher towards enrollment in another USCD event will be issued with an adequate doctor’s note. If an injury occurs during the camp there is no refund.

Enrollment

Enrollment is limited, so early registration is encouraged. Please provide an e-mail address that is used on a daily basis. Campers accepted will receive an e-mail acknowledgment and notification of any program changes by e-mail. This e-mail will include all information you will need for camp.

For campers not enrolled in the top-up clinics, registration must be done during the regular registration period. There is no pre-arrival supervision available for campers not enrolled in the EXTRA NIGHT or TOP-UP CLINIC programs. 

Privacy

US Collegiate Development respects and is committed to protecting your privacy. US Collegiate Development may collect personally identifiable information when you register for a USCD clinic. Information that may help a camper in the recruiting process is shared with camp participating-coaches based on the mission statement of US Collegiate Development.

Gear

Royall Rugby is the official title sponsor of US Collegiate Development. 

Rhino is the official apparel supplier of US Collegiate Development. 

Meals

Any camper with special dietary needs should email those details to connect@uscdcamps.com.

USCD sports medicine staff provide an ample supply of water at all USCD sessions. However, we strongly encourage all campers to bring a water bottle or thermos (with their name on it) to camp that can be filled and carried out to the fields.

Lodging

The residence halls are staffed 24 hours a day by a full-time member of the US Collegiate Development staff. All dorms are single sex halls and members of the opposite sex are not permitted inside during the camp week.

Roommates

Resident campers can indicate one roommate preference on the registration form. Listing a roommate preference does not guarantee enrollment of the roommate in the camp. Some rooms are singles, many are doubles, and a few are suites. USCD will do our best to fulfill roommate requests; however, we cannot guarantee those requests. If no preference is indicated, a roommate will be assigned. Rooming assignments are finalized 30 days prior to the start of camp. Campers will not be able to make or change roommate requests within 30 days prior to the start of camp. Additionally, no changes will be made on the day of check-in.

Supervision

Campers will be supervised by camp staff throughout their stay, including in the residence halls.  

For campers not enrolled in the top-up clinics, registration must be done during the regular registration period. There is no pre-arrival supervision available for campers not enrolled in the EXTRA NIGHT or TOP-UP CLINIC programs. 

Students will be responsible for their behavior and are committed to the mission of US Collegiate Development.  US Collegiate Development reserves the right to send any camper home without refund if found to be uncooperative or detrimental to the camp for any reason.

Tobacco, drugs and alcohol are strictly forbidden! Any player found in possession, or in any way involved in tobacco, drugs or alcohol will dismissed from camp immediately. All medications that are prescribed by a doctor must be registered with the trainer during check-in.

Athletic Training Coverage

Certified Athletic Trainers will be on site for the duration of the camp.  Access to training rooms for equipment and supplies is available and included in the cost.  The Dartmouth Mary Hitchcock Hospital is located ten minutes from the field for any serious medical needs. 

A camper's registration will not be considered complete until a personal health questionnaire is returned to US Collegiate Development. These are reviewed by our staff trainers prior to the start of the camp session. If there are any specific medical concerns that you think our staff should be aware of, we ask that you address them in writing at least one month prior to the camp. Our medical staff will also be present at all camp registrations to answer any questions that you may have. All medications that are prescribed by a doctor must be registered with the trainer during check-in.

USA Rugby Registration

All coaches and campers participating in US Collegiate Development camps who are domiciled in the United States must be registered with the governing body for rugby in the country, USA Rugby. If a camper is new to the sport or is an overseas registrant, s/he can register as an at-large participant. Details and registration here