IMPORTANT - COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS
- ALL CAMPERS MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED. Full vaccination is defined as 2 weeks after the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or 2 weeks after the one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. During the registration process the individual completing the registration form will need to attest that the person associated with the registration is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including booster if eligible) and meets the Princeton University visitor guidelines (https://covid.princeton.edu/policies).
- LIMITED ACCESS ON CAMPUS. Please limit the number of individuals traveling to campus with each camper and keep in mind that spectators may have limited access during indoor and outdoor sports camps/clinics.
- MEDICAL & RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS. Medical and religious exemptions will not be accepted for 2022 Sports Camps & Clinics.
- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. For more information, please review all Frequently Asked Questions.
Welcome to the home of Princeton University Sports Camps. Since the early 1990's Princeton University has been offering sport-specific camps for young athletes. Today, Princeton University hosts over 70 sports camps and clinics annually. All camps and clinics are held on the beautiful and historic campus, located in the heart of Princeton, New Jersey. Overnight campers reside in the University dormitories and enjoy meals in various dining facilities around campus. Each camp is directed by the Princeton University varsity coaches, with assistance from college coaches and players from around the country.
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sports camps & clinics
Baseball - Basketball - Cross Country - Fencing - Field Hockey - Football - Ice Hockey - Lacrosse - Rowing - Soccer - Squash - Softball - Strength & Conditioning - Swimming & Diving - Tennis - Track & Field - Volleyball - Water Polo - Wrestling