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Frequently Asked Questions for Camps

What do you do if you can't get in touch with your Varsity Rep?

Contact your UCA State Director or 1-888-CHEERUCA.

What is happening to Home Dance and Fight Song Evaluations at camp?

Select camps in the state of Alabama (Alabama Independent School Association Camps only), Texas, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Utah (Fight Song only) will still have a form of the optional Home Dance or Fight Song Evaluations at their camp.

After speaking with and receiving input from coaches across the country, it was decided to remove the Home Dance and Fight Song Evaluations from the 2018 schedule in order to maximize instruction and practice time during camp.

Check with your State Director or Local Varsity Spirit Fashion Rep if you were planning to bring a Home Dance or Fight Song to camp.

* This does not apply to College Teams

What makes it an Elite Camp?

This type of camp is created for squads with advanced skills who have mastered more elite stunts, and are ready for the next level.  This camp includes more elite timing and transition skills as well as inversions and dismounts. Classes are at a faster pace with an additional emphasis on spotting and safety, and incorporating skills into every section of the Game Day Championships.

What makes it a Stunt Camp?

This camp is specifically for competitive teams, the camp focus will be on partner stunts, transitions, pyramids, choreography and competition-level performance with an extended Rally Routine performance.

What makes it a Masters Camp?

This camp is invitation only for competitive teams and designed to prepare squads for the competition season. Games and athletic contests will test your team's cheer knowledge and skills at a more intense rate than a Traditional Camp.

When is my camp bill due?

Go to My Camp Registrations to see your invoice with balance due dates.

What do I do with my team's liability release and waiver forms?

Always bring your release and waiver forms to camp to turn in at registration on the first day.

When are parents allowed to come to camp?

The best time for parents to come is during All-American tryouts or on the Final Day!

I have a credit on my account. How do I get that money back?

You must request your refund in writing. Please read our refund policy based on your camp type's terms and conditions below:

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