2024 Camp Dates


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This camp is a two-day experience, for those who truly want to be "TOTALLY About It," those who eat, sleep and train with the desire to play at the highest level in college soccer. Both days will be divided into 2- 35-minute training sessions followed by small sided games, and the afternoon will include 3- 30minute 11v11 games, led by Division I Coaches. Our Host Universities (Notre Dame, Wake Forest, Grand Canyon) oversee all training sessions with assistance from the other colleges in attendance. In each session, the player will have the opportunity to highlight their talents in front of the entire camp staff. Upon arrival the players will receive a training vest to wear during sessions. These vest will have an ID number on them, so each coach in attendance can easily identify talent

Our camp will provide players with a behind the scenes in-depth look at what a college student-athlete experience looks like to see if they really are "TOTALLY About It.” Players will be responsible to bring their own lunch. Get ready for round two, as the second day of camp will follow the same schedule and format as day one. Giving players another opportunity to showcase their talents in front of our camp staff. Each camp day will run from 9:00am to 3:00pm.

Camp will be limited by numbers.

Campers must be of High School age (entering 9th grade) to attend

Host Schools


Host Schools will be in attendance at all camp locations.

*Each Location's staff of coaches will vary. Please check the details of each camp for updated committed coaches.

The Totally About It ID Camp staff assembled an excellent group of coaches who were not only knowledgeable but gave the players an accurate picture of the work involved in being a high-level D1 soccer player. They were on time, professional, funny, and honest. As a mental health professional, I hope that my child has a coach with similar attributes as he moves into his college career. This camp was definitely worth the money even for a kid not destined for a top-25 D1 program.

Kim Quigley, MD, CEO of Onrise



All of the coaches at our camps are the head or assistant coaches of the school they represent.

No. While the camp does draw a large number of high quality players, we encourage any athletes who have an interest in playing at the collegiate level to attend and gather as much knowledge/experience as possible.

A. All of the coaches listed have agreed to participate, but we schedule our camps very far in advance. Schedules change. Coaches leave the school they are currently at. Health issues come up. If a coach line up needs to be adjusted, we will do our very best to replace a scheduled coach with one from a similarly competitive school.

A. Yes. We will only have a maximum number of goalkeepers at each camp. This can be a very good opportunity for Keepers.

Yes. You can register for as many camps as you wish.

No. This is a daytime event only. The scheduled times for the event are the only times we are available to supervise the athletes. You are welcome to make arrangements on your own if needed.

Registration and Payment

Simply visit the registration page listed with each event.

Currently we accept credit card payment online.

The NCAA requires that no participants receive a special or discounted price. As such we do not offer any discounts or scholarship

Yes, we will offer a group discount based on the number of campers who register. Our breakdown is as follows: 3-6 Campers $30 off, 7+ Campers $50 off of camp. When registering your group, please email the camp office, and we will provide you with the appropriate discount code to use.

To register and secure your spot in camp you must pay the registration fee of $350. We offer a payment option, and the remaining funds will need to be paid 1-month prior to your camp's start date. *If remaining balances remain unpaid 1-week prior to camp, your registration will automatically be canceled as space is limited

Refunds and Cancellation

Due to the limited numbers we have at camp, any refund request must be submitted in writing to the camp email address 30 days prior to the camp start date. Our non-refundable fee, which cannot be refunded for any reason, unless you purchase camp cancellation insurance is $350. (The registration fee, which reserved your spot in camp.) We do not offer any camp monies back if cancelled within the week of camp for any reason even due to injury. We offer the camp cancellation insurance, that will cover any cancellation. All refunds will be processed in the order in which they were received, and can take up to 30 days..

For all our camps you can purchase Camp Cancellation Insurance (CCI), this can be purchased at the time of online registration. The CCI rates are much lower than our non-refundable fee; if a camper needs to cancel for any reason prior to camp, they will be refunded the full amount paid less the CCI rate. You can activate your camp insurance up until 48-hrs prior to camp start date. The CCI rate is $105

In the event that inclement weather prohibits campers to train outside at any of our events, Totally About It ID Camp will do its best under these circumstances, but campers safety is our first priority. If a training session is missed during an event, we will do our best to make up that session during the remainder of the event. Totally About It ID Camp is unable to issue any type of credit or refund for inclement weather prior to or during an event, as many expenses have already been paid for to hold the event. In the case of a catastrophe, such as but not limited to a natural disaster, hurricane, flood, earthquake, crime or terrorism, sickness outbreak, pandemic, or war; and Totally About It ID Camp is unable to hold the event, Totally About It ID Camp will retain the right to alter the camp structure, postpone the event to a later date, or move the camp to a different location; decide the postponement date and location, and retain all registration fees paid for the camp. If a camp is fully cancelled and not moved to a different location or postponed to a later date, and it will not be held, families will receive a full refund.

Day of Information

Yes, we will have a Certified Athletic Trainer on site to help out. If your player needs taping, they should bring tape with them. Emergencies will be directed to the local Fire/EMS department. If the athlete becomes ill/injured during camp, you will be contacted.

They will need a ball, shin guards, and water bottle. If the athlete needs medicine or an inhaler, they need to bring that as well. They will also need to bring lunch; as we will not provide that.

Yes. We encourage you to contact any schools you might be interested in attending. The coaches will receive a list of participants.

Parents are encouraged to allow the athletes to experience the camp on their own. If you do want to stay and watch we will direct you to a specific area. Under no circumstances should parents approach the coaches.

Yes. This camp is designed to see if your player truly is “About It” and desires the college student-athlete lifestyle.

The camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level/or gender)

contact us

Contact us via email and we will get back to you as soon as possible, within 24-48 hours. Thank you!

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