What Separates this Camp From Others?

  • Head Coach David Rubio personally directs all sessions.
  • All camp coaches are trained to use the same techniques.
  • All participants receive a camp T-shirt.
  • Player to coach ratio of approximately 6:1.
  • All camp sessions since 1992 have succeeded expectations due to its growth.

Reminders

Each camper must have an E-signature on file with their online registration, or a hard copy mailed in with their registration in order to participate.

Fax to: 520-626-7018 or send to Camp address.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Please read thoroughly and then contact Amanda at 520-818-8668 or davidrubiovolleyballcamp@gmail.com if your questions are not answered.


Please don’t hesitate, as there are no dumb-questions, and you are helping us help others.

Check-in and Check-out procedure
Parking
Meal Cards
Airport Pickup
What should I bring?
Resident Camper Information
Parent Information & Attendance
Camp Facilities

Discounts


RESIDENT CHECK-IN
Arrive at the Assigned Dorm at the assigned time, per your last name. These assignments will be made as the camp dates get closer. Parking will be designated in pre-approved locations, to avoid citation by UAPD. Again TBD.

Once locations have been determined:

1. Parent and Camper will check-in at the dorm. Camper will check in with DRVBC Staff, and there receive t-shirt and meal card. This is where you will pay balance, if there is one due.

2. Camper will then check-in with dorm staff, and receive their key and direction to dorm. Please then retreat to your dorm, dress for camp, and get settled. Please report to the lobby at the requested time. UA players will escort groups of campers to the gym where the camp will start.
RESIDENT CHECK-OUT
Camper will check themselves out, on the morning of the last day of camp. All bags will be walked over, by the camper, to and stored in the gym for the last session. It is advised that the camper pack up their belongings the night before as to streamline their morning departure.

PARKING

If you are bringing a car to camp, as a camper, not the parent dropping and picking up, you are responsible for obtaining your own parking pass.  Parking for pick up and drop off will be assigned as the camp gets closer.

For parking permits, please call 520-621-3710.

MEAL CARDS

Residents receive a meal card, as part of their camp tuition. This debit-style card can be used at all of the restaurants in the student union, this is where all meals will be purchased and eaten. Meal cards are available for purchase for the commuter campers, but be advised there is no advantage to the camper using a card versus cash, or packing a lunch and dinner from home. There are no refunds on unused monies left on the meal cards.

There is a camp store located in the dorm for the residents, run by some of the coaches, that will have slices of pizza, bottles of water, etc. In order to purchase items here, campers will need their own cash, as the meal cards cannot be used there.

AIRPORT PICK-UP

If your camper is flying to Tucson, we are happy to pick them up at the airport. It is about a 15 minute drive from the airport to the University. If you are intending us to pick up your camper, please forward the email itinerary to davidrubiovolleyballcamp@gmail.com as soon as you have it, so we can plan accordingly. Please request confirmation that it was received, so no one gets missed.

WHAT TO BRING OR WEAR
  • Resident Campers need to bring all of their own linens and pillow. Sleeping bags work great!!
  • Alarm Clock; Cell phones are fine.
  • All personal Toiletries.
  • Clothes for Volleyball:
    • Volleyball, Court Shoes/ non-marking soles.
    • Socks and extra socks. (It has been known to rain during camp)
    • Spandex style shorts
    • T-shirts
    • Knee Pads
    • Water Bottle that will not spill, this can be refilled with Powerade or water during the camp inside of the gym.
    • Backpack, or small bag to keep your belongings in while you are in camp. Please keep track of this.
RESIDENT CAMPER INFORMATION
  • Quiet Hours are 11pm to 8am.
  • Never walk anywhere alone, use the buddy system.
  • You need to be in your assigned dorm room by our curfew of 10:30pm.
  • Lights out at 11pm.
  • No alcohol, smoking or drugs. If you are caught in possession of any of these, you will be sent home immediately.
  • No boys in girls rooms; no girls in boys rooms.
  • Always let your dorm coach know where you are.
  • Keep your door locked. No one wants missing items.
  • Lost keys are $50. Payable at check out, Please let us know immediately if one is lost.
  • Please remove all trash from your dorm prior to check out.
  • Once roommate requests have been made and granted, they are difficult, if not impossible to change, please choose carefully.
  • There are two campers per room, per design and fire code.
  • Camper roommates must be of the same gender. No exceptions.
  • The same sexed camp coaches are distributed evenly among the campers in the dorm. One dorm coach, per every 10 campers. Per dorm regulations.
  • Boys and girls are separated on different wings and different floors.
  • Parents are NOT allowed to enter the dorm, unless accompanied by their minor, or camp staff. No exceptions.
  • Please be advised that the dorms temperature is not the same as home. 75-78 degrees is not uncommon in the dorm. Depending on the dorm we are assigned, the air conditioning could be super cold, or cold enough. Campers are allowed to bring fans. If you keep your home 68-70 degrees your camper is going to feel hot. Warn them.
PARENTS INFORMATION & ATTENDANCE

Parents are allowed to watch any and all sessions of camp. Sessions in McKale are the easiest to watch because of the ample seating. Watching in Richard Jefferson Gym, offers no seating, so feel free to bring a beach chair and you can watch from the loft area. Parents are not allowed on the floor. We recommend the parent ask the camper where they will be at any given time as they will know. Please know who their coach is, as that will always help us find your camper faster.

All coaches are back ground checked.

All campers are escorted to and from the student union for meals, and to and from the dorms. Campers are divided up into specific groups that each coach is responsible for.

You can call or text Amanda Rubio at any time, as I can answer most of the questions, or get you your answers shortly. 520-818-8668

CAMPER FACILITIES

Camp sessions always begin in McKale Center. Other facilities are: Bear Down, Gittings, Campus Recreation Center, Hillenbrand Aquatic, and Bear Down Field.


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DISCOUNTS

Due to NCAA and AIA regulations, David Rubio Volleyball Camp, Inc. does not offer scholarships or reduced tuition to recruitable athletes. DRVBC does offer a sibling discount of 10% for the younger camper, both campers must be registered at the same time; as NO adjustments will be made after the initial registrations are completed. If your camper registers for two camps, team camp excluded, a 10% discount from each camp fee will be offered only at the time of registration, but both camp registrations must be made at the same time, as NO adjustments will be made after the initial registration is complete. If you are calculating a discount, please print and mail the registration forms for your campers to ensure your spots.

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