The Individual Camp will be coached by the entire NDSU football staff as well as over 70 current coaches from the NSIC, MIAC,GLIAC, NSAA, HAAC, Midwest Conference and WIAC. Instruction will be given on the specific details of each position by the area’s best collegiate coaches. This is a 1/2 padded camp. A registration confirmation will be sent to you via email.
Why Attend NDSU Bison Football Camps?
→ From these states – ND, MN, SD, WI, IL, NE, IA, KS, MO, IN, FL, WY, CA, MI, CO, GA, OH, AZ, NV.
→ 40+ total colleges / universities represented at a camp with 70+ college coaches.
2019 Colleges / Universities Attending Camp: Augustana (SD), Bemidji St, Carroll, Concordia-Moorhead, Crookston, Dakota St, Elmhurst, Gustavus-Adolphus, Jamestown, Mankato, Michigan Tech, Minot St, Morris-MN, Morningside, MSUM, NDSCS, Northern St, Presentation, Robert Morris, Sioux Falls, St Cloud St, St Scholastica, U-Mary, UMD, Upper Iowa, UW Stout, UW Eau Claire, UW LaCrosse, UW River Falls, Valley City State, Wayne St, Winona
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|June 21 - 23|
Grades Fall of 2019: 9 - 12
Resident Check-In: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM, June 20
Commuter Check-In: 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM, June 21
Check-Out: 11:00 AM, June 23
Commuter: $260 per Camper
Resident: $325 per Camper
Cost of Camp Includes a $100 Non-Refundable Fee
Limited To 900 Campers
Commuter: A camper who declines NDSU lodging.
Thursday Night Arrival: All RESIDENT campers will check in on Thursday night at the Fargodome from 6:00-9:00 PM.
Food & Housing: Resident campers will be housed in Reed / Johnson Hall with NDSU Dining Services serving all-you-can-eat meals each day of camp. Bed linens, a blanket and a pillow will be furnished to each camper. Each camper should bring towels and soap, and we also recommend bringing a fan. All meals for camp are mandatory. Room assignments will be made at check in by our housing office. Please check in at the same time as your roommate preference in order to room together.
What To Bring: Campers should bring tennis shoes, grass football shoes and workout clothes (t-shirts, supporters, socks and shorts). Campers must provide their own helmet, shoulder pads, jersey, and mouthguard.
Discipline: All camp rules will be presented the first day of camp and must be followed. Any violation of camp rules will result in dismissal with no refund given.
|Individual Camp Schedule|
|June 20||Resident ONLY Check-In at the Fargodome from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
|June 21||Commuter Check-In From 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM, Indy Session, Practices|
|June 22||Indy Sessons, Practice, 1 on 1's, 3 Full Practices|
|June 23||Competition After Morning Practice, Check-Out 11:00 AM|
Kickers & Punters ONLY: Please inquire in early July about a possible date for a SPECIALIST ONLY Camp at the end of July.
Airport Transportation: We will have a van available to pick up campers from the Hector International Airport starting at 4:00 PM on Thursday. Please email your flight itinerary to Kody.firstname.lastname@example.org so we can plan accordingly.
NDSU is required to provide reasonable accommodations for guests with disabilities. Examples of accommodations include a sign language interpreter, a dietary accommodation, or a wheel-chair accessible room. In the event there are additional expenses involved, it is the responsibility of the sponsor to pay. Guests are required to contact the sponsor a minimum of 3 weeks before the event.
Camp or clinic shall be open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).