Frequently Asked Questions

The registration deadline is 7 days prior to each session. We reserve the right to close sessions earlier if we reach capacity however. Please register as early as possible to secure your spot.
Unfortunately no. We are limited by NCAA rules prohibiting us from offering individual based financial assistance to our camps.
All camps will be run by our coaching staff. They will be assisted by current and former players as well as select trusted area coaches as needed. Background checks are performed on all staff.
All camps will be held at Mewborn Field located at 935 Fowler Street NW located on the Georgia Tech campus. Specific parking instructions will be emailed out prior to the start of each camp. We will also use the Campus Rec Center pool during the Junior Jackets Camp.
Overnight campers will be housed in the Georgia Tech dorms. We will have staff in the dorms with the campers at all times. All dorms on campus require a key to enter the building as well as each room. All rooms are two campers per room. You can request a roommate on the registration form.
Campers should come to camp dressed as they would for a practice or game, including a glove plus cleats and sneakers (catchers should also bring catching gear). A bat and helmet are recommended. We ask that camps do NOT bring any valuables please.

Junior Jacket campers must bring a lunch unless purchased through our Lunch Bunch program. Overnight campers will be provided all meals while at camp. If you have a food allergy, please contact us ahead of time so we can ensure we have an appropriate alternative.

Overnight campers should also bring casual clothes for the dorm, twin sheets, blanket, pillow, toiletries. Campers can bring snacks but the dorms do not have refrigerators so please do not bring perishable items.
We will have various snacks, drinks, and gear items available for sale at each camp. Instead of keeping money with them, we encourage campers to leave it with our staff at check-in to be put in the "camp bank". Our staff will track spending during the week and return any unused funds at check-out.
No, we do not require a physical to attend the camp. All the medical information we need is asked on the registration form.
No, for liability reasons, we do not offer transportation services to and from camp. Both in-town and out-of-town campers are solely responsible for their own travel arrangements to and from camp.
Camp staff will be arriving at the field by 8:00 AM each morning. However, organized camp activities will not begin until 9:00 AM and our staff will be preparing prior to that time. Camp ends at 4:00 PM for commuting campers. We ask that you respect our staff's schedules and arrive promptly at 4:00 PM.
A non-refundable processing fee of $25 is included in the price of each camp. Refund will only be issued if cancellation is made 7 days prior to camp. In no instances can the $25 fee be refunded. Cancellations within 7 days of camp will be awarded a credit to a future camp.
Yes, we have an open campus policy and parents are welcome to come observe camp. However, free parking is only arranged for check-in and check-out. Parents wanting to stay and watch will be directed to meter spaces near the field. Parents that are watching camp are asked to remain in the stands for safety purposes. Only campers will be allowed on the field or in/around the batting cages.
We encourage all campers to add the lunch and/or camp picture when they register. However, if you decide you want to add any of these items, you will be able to do so at check-in via cash or check.

Campers are permitted to have cell phones as long as they are not out during instructional times. If parents need to contact campers during camp, please call Ethan Shapiro at (404) 840-3451.

Yes, a licensed collegiate trainer will be at the camp at all times.
Please note: Campers requiring the use of inhalers or medications of any kind are solely responsible for administering their own meds. Parents should consider this when registering their children for camp.