Summer Youth Sports Camp 2016
Two full weeks full of fun, athletic activities designed for all skill levels, ages 7-14. Each day of camp will be held at the Texas Tech University Student Recreation Center. Space is limited to the first 120 children per session!
You can also gain information by calling our Rec Sports Main Office at (806) 742-3351
Session 1: $150.00 (Full)
Session 2: $150.00 (Full)
Session 3: $150.00
Senior Camp: $75.00
Summer 2016 Dates:
Each day of camp will be held at the Texas Tech University Student Recreation Center, Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM.
Sessions 1-3 are for Campers aged 7 - 14.
- Session 1: Monday, June 6 - Friday, June 17 (Full - To be added to the waitlist, please call 806-742-3351)
- Session 2: Monday, June 20 - Friday, July 1 (Full - To be added to the waitlist, please call 806-742-3351)
- Session 3: Monday, July 11- Friday, July 22
This camp is a one-week program and costs $75.
Senior camp is open to campers aged 12 - 15.
Limited to 24 campers.
- Monday, July 25 - Friday, July 29
2016 Registration Form:
Registration Opens April 1st
How to Register:
There are three ways to register:
Register by Mail:
Print the above registration form, and mail along with a check (payable to TTU Rec Sports) to...
Texas Tech Recreational Sports
Summer Sports Camp
P.O. Box 42151
Lubbock, TX 79409-2151
Register in Person:
Stop by the Main Office [Room 202] at the Student Recreation Center between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM any weekday or until 6:00pm on Wednesday to turn in your registration forms.
Please follow this link to our online registration portal. You can enter all your information and payment on this portal. You will need to log in by pressing the top right corner of the page where it says Sign In.
For more information on the steps to online registration, please see the Instructions to online registration here. This PDF was created as a guide for users as we work through our first year of using online registration. Knowing this is our first year with online registration, please be patient with any learning curves during this first year. We are working dilligently to best serve our camp community and this is one way we are doing so. Questions for online registration, please email Laura Thomas or call (806) 742 - 3351.
Activities at Summer Camp:
Campers will have the opportunity to utilize the amazing Texas Tech Recreational facilities. They will enjoy activities administered by trained Counselors. Each session may include activities such as archery, rock climbing, team sports, cooperative games, swimming lessons and other water activities. Formal swim lessons will be taught by certified swim instructors and a snack will be provided each day. Children should arrive each day ready for swim lessons and have appropriate attire to change into after swimming (i.e. towel, sneakers, athletic attire, sunscreen and bug spray). In case of inclement weather, camp will continue.
Sessions 1, 2 and 3 include swim lessons. Swimmers must have passed all previous swimming levels in order to advance to the next level. All children may be moved up or down in levels at the discretion of our Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructors. We are committed to giving your child the best learning experience possible, and want them to be able to both learn and succeed at our swimming lessons.
Listed below are the swimming levels for each set of swim lessons. For formal class descriptions, please click here.
- LEVEL 1: Intro to Water Skills
- LEVEL 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills
- LEVEL 3: Stroke Development
- LEVEL 4: Stroke Improvement
- LEVEL 5: Stroke Refinement
- LEVEL 6: Swimming and Skill Proficiency
When registering your camper, you will be asked to place them in a swim level. Be very aware of your camper's aquatic skill and ability so that we may place them in the proper swim group. Please communicate and questions, comments, or concerns with camp staff prior to the first day.
Activities at Senior Camp:
Our Senior Camp is a one-week session designed for older campers. A camp day begins with open swimming at the Texas Tech Leisure Pool and continues with unique recreation opportunities most campers have likely never experienced.
This camp does not play competitive sports like baseball or basketball, and it is not a goal of the camp to improve camper skill or technique for any sporting event or competition. The goal of this older camp is to allow campers expierence in recreational activities that they would likely not have elsewhere. The Student Recreation Center houses many unique opportunities across the department that are utilized for this one week session.
Senior Camp is limited to the first 24 participants!
Hiring Summer Camp Counselors!
Rec Sports is currently seeking high energy counselors for this summer. To learn more about the position, please see application. The application will open on March 14th.