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The University of West Georgia

UWG Summer Programs

UWG Girl's Volleyball Camp
UWG Volleyball coaching staff will conduct a camp this summer for girls (grades

5 – 11) either on a team or just interested in learning to play volleyball. 

Girls will live at home and come to the university campus each day for instruction (lunch included at Z6).  Players will learn fundamentals including:

Serving, Forearm pass, Setting, Spiking, Blocking, and Digging.  We have limited

space in this camp, so register early! 
Program Cost:

Phone: 770/836-6612


UWG Dance Camp
Are you a member now or plan to audition for your school’s dance line, color guard, majorette squad, or cheering squad?  Then this camp is especially for you!  Attending the UWG Dance Camp conducted by Ronda Price, UWG’s basketball dance team coach, will help you learn dance steps, health and nutrition, and injury prevention.  Ms.  Price will also assist you with basic choreography suggestions. 
Program Cost:

Phone: 770/836-6612


UWG Pitcher/Catcher Camp
A specialty camp designed to develop fundamentals and skills for either pitchers or catchers will be conducted by David “Doc” Fowlkes for participants 7-16 years of age again this summer.  The camp will be held at the Woodfin Cole Field on the University campus daily, Monday and Tuesday from 9:00 am to 12 noon.  Remember to bring your bat, glove, and ball shoes (but no metal cleats, please).  Your child may wish to attend the Infielder/Middle Infielder camp in the afternoons (lunch optional extra $12) or join the UWG Day Camp for afternoon activities (extra $55 fee includes lunch at Z6) to finish out the day until 5 o'clock.  Just look for the UWG Day Camp (ages 6 - 12) or UWG Teen Camp (ages 13 - 15) listing for the same week and choose “afternoon only” in the payment fee after registering for the morning camp of your choice. 
Program Cost:

Phone: 770/836-6612


Teen Camp
This camp is especially for teens ages 13 - 15.  Your teen will enjoy time with his/her friends within a safe and nurturing environment.  He/she will be involved in an academic emphasis, learn new software applications in the computer lab, enjoy group activities, and swim each day.  Lunch will be provided in the student cafeteria, Z 6. 
Program Cost:

Phone: 770/836-6612


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