Welcome to PGC Basketball.
Now that you’ve signed up, there are a few things you need to do to make sure you’re ready...
FORMS TO COMPLETE:
Complete the Personal Information Sheet & Medical Release and Liability Waiver and bring these forms
with you to your session. These forms will be collected at check-in on the opening day. DO NOT mail these
forms to us in advance. Keep the entire packet in a safe place until you come to your session.
CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT:
Check-in is between 11:30am-1:15pm on the first day and includes a parent meeting at 1:15pm, where the
director of the course will provide an overview of the session and address the most frequently asked
questions. Check-out is between 11:00am-11:30am on the final morning. Please see page 7 on this packet
for specific check-in and check-out locations for your session.
DAILY SCHEDULE OVERVIEW:
Classroom and video session
Break-out or classroom session (depending on the course)
Classroom and video session
The Day 4 evening wraps up on-court with a special late-night basketball event. On Day 5, athletes have a
written final exam in the morning and a concluding classroom session. Please note that Prep School courses
have reduced classroom time and end earlier in the evening each day.
PREPARATION FOR PGC:
We recommend that you come to your session in the best shape possible. The ideal way to prepare for your
session is to complete our new “Pre-PGC 30-Day Challenge.” Visit our Online Training page at pgcbasketball.com
to begin your challenge — Today! Work hard and prepare yourself well – you’ll be glad you did.
One key to successfully completing a PGC session is proper hydration. Proper fluid intake (water or sport
electrolyte drinks) in the days prior to, during, and after a PGC session is imperative to preventing dehydration
during the rigorous PGC gym sessions, to preventing injuries, and for competing at optimal levels.
THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU TO PGC BASKETBALL:
Clothes (basketball shoes, shorts, shirts, socks…LOTS of socks, etc.)
Sheet and blanket or sleeping bag for your bed (unless otherwise noted on page 7)
Pillow and pillowcase
Small fan (Although most rooms are air-conditioned, small fans may make the room more comfortable.)
Alarm clock (you’ll be responsible for getting yourself up and to sessions on time!)
Toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.
A basketball with your name on it (we will only be playing indoors)
A water bottle with your name on it
A tennis ball (with something marked on the ball that distinguishes your ball from others) for Prep
School and Essential courses ONLY
Five unfilled balloons (any size and color) for Prep School courses ONLY
Pens and/or pencils
A notebook or $10.00 to purchase a PGC custom binder for your notes
Paper for a 3 ring binder (if you plan to purchase a PGC custom binder)
Athletic tape - if you have an injury that requires it
Your completed Medical Release and Liability Waiver & Personal Information Sheet (along with a
picture) These forms will be collected at check-in on the opening day. DO NOT mail these forms to us in
Your $75 key deposit check made out to PGC (This will be returned to you when you turn in your key
at check out.)
As athletes typically get hungry after evening gym sessions, healthy protein snack bars and energy electrolyte
drink powders will be available for purchase at check-in. We recommend bringing extra money to purchase
these snacks or bring your own healthy snacks. On occasion, dorm rooms will have a refrigerator in them, but
that is typically not the case. Please note that athletes are not permitted to cook in the dorms.
Extra Spending Money
There will be PGC custom binders, books, bags, t-shirts, shorts and other merchandise on sale at check-in and checkout,
so we recommend bringing extra money. Also, on the final night athletes typically order pizza at the conclusion
of our late night gym session.
DO NOT BRING:
Do not bring a Wii, X-box, PS3, DS, iPad or other similar items to your session. Players who bring these
items to PGC are usually not serious athletes – they are campers. You won’t be spending that much time in
the dorms, and when you are in the dorms, you and most of your fellow athletes will want to rest up for the
next session. Come to PGC to learn as much as you can.
If you are injured prior to your session, we recommend that you still attend. Many athletes have done this, and
nearly every athlete has said they were glad they did. The majority of teaching takes place in the classroom, so
as long as you can write and sit in a chair, you’ll get all the information that every other athlete receives. Please
note: If you decide not to attend your course due to an injury, our cancellation policy still applies.
During sessions, we do our best to ensure that an Athletic Trainer will be on site to provide ice and first aid as
needed. If an emergency arises with an athlete, the athlete will be referred to a local medical facility and parents
will be notified
If you are an athlete attending a session in a country that you are not a resident, you must purchase
international travel insurance and provide a certificate of coverage to PGC two weeks prior to the start of your
session. The certificate of coverage can be emailed to the contact information listed on the following page.
If you have a remaining balance on your PGC tuition, be sure to pay it in full (by check or online) before your
payment deadline. Your deposit will reserve your spot until then, but you may lose your spot if you do not
pay your balance on time.
June Sessions – May 1, 2012; July Sessions – June 1, 2012; August Sessions – July 1, 2012.
Cancellations for any reason up to 30 days before your session will receive a PGC credit (not a refund) for your
paid tuition or deposit, minus a $25 administration fee. This PGC credit can be applied toward an available course
in 2012 or 2013. You can also transfer this PGC credit to a family member, teammate or friend, or you can donate
your credit to an underprivileged athlete.
Cancellations, for any reason, within 30 days of your session, will not receive a PGC credit or refund. More
flexible cancellation options are available with the purchase of Tuition Protection.
TUITION PROTECTION – “Our Peace of Mind Policy:”
PGC offers Tuition Protection, available only at the time of registration, for $35 per participant for summer
courses. If you cancel at least 30 days before your session, Tuition Protection guarantees you a full refund of
Cancellations within 30 days of your session will receive a PGC credit (minus the $250 deposit). This PGC credit
can be applied toward an available course in 2012 or 2013. You can also transfer this PGC credit to a family
member, teammate or friend, or you can donate your credit to an underprivileged athlete. If you cancel within
3 days of your session there will be no refunds or credits.
Please Note: In the unlikely event that PGC cancels your session, a 100% refund or credit will be provided. PGC
will not provide compensation for any transportation related or other expenses incurred.
The FAQ section on our website has the answers to many commonly asked questions, but if you have
questions that you cannot find the answers to (online or in this packet), feel free to contact us.
By Email - email@example.com
By Telephone – 1-866-338-2308
By Mail – All final check payments should be sent to:
P.O. Box 1442
Stafford, TX 77497-1442
PERSONAL INFORMATION SHEET
Name _______________________________________________________________________ M ___ F ___ Height_______ Age_____
Address _____________________________________ City ____________________________ State ________ Zip _____________
Grade You’re Going Into____ School ____________________________________ Coach _________________________________
Coach’s Home Mailing Address*__________________________________ City ___________________ State ________ Zip ______________
* IF they would like to receive PGC information Coach’s Email Address _____________________________________________________
What level did you play this past season? (circle one) College Varsity JV Freshman Junior High Other _______________________
Which PGC session are you attending (name of college): ____________________________________________________________________
Have you attended PGC before? Yes___ No___ Year ________ Course: ______________________Director: _________________
Please staple a picture of yourself to this page. You may also write on the back of this page if you require more space.
What achievements are you most proud of?
What personal quality or qualities are you most proud of?
What has been one of your best life experiences so far?
Special interests or abilities (other than basketball)?
Why did you sign up for this PGC course and what are you hoping to get out of it? Include any specific things you’re hoping to work on.
BE SURE TO BRING THIS SHEET WITH YOU TO YOUR SESSION
MANDATORY MEDICAL RELEASE AND LIABILITY WAIVER FORM
Athletes without a completed medical release waiver will
not be allowed to participate in gym sessions
Athlete First Name Last Name Gender Birth Date
Main Address City State Zip Country
Parent / Guardian First Name (s) Last Name Dates Attending PGC
Parent Day Phone Parent Evening Phone Parent Cell Phone
Name of Emergency Contact (other than parents)
Health Insurance Company (Canadian athletes, only list your health card
Emergency Contact Phone
PLEASE MAKE A COPY OF YOUR INSURANCE CARD AND ATTACH TO THIS FORM (If you have one).
Please supply any other pertinent medical information, such as allergies, medications, pre-existing conditions, etc.
I, (the “Participant”), or the parent/guardian of a minor (the “Participant”) or do hereby permit the Participant to participate in PGC Basketball
and certify that the Participant’s physical condition is sufficient for full participation in PGC Basketball. I understand it is my responsibility to
inform camp personnel of any medical conditions or any other special needs the Participant might have and will notify the appropriate
individuals of any health issues that might in any way affect the Participant’s active or passive participation in PGC Basketball. I understand
there is a risk of injury with participation in any sports program and hereby assume responsibility for any and all costs associated with
treatment of the Participant for any injury or health issue that arises during the Participant’s participation in PGC Basketball. I also give
permission for the undersigned to receive medical, surgical, or dental treatment, in addition to any other treatments that may be deemed
necessary by medical personnel. I understand that every attempt will be made to contact me or the emergency contact listed before taking this
action. I understand that the Participant’s participation involves an element of risk and a danger of accidents. Knowing those risks, I hereby
assume those risks and I hereby release and discharge PGC Basketball, Point Guard College LLP, More Than Hoops LLP, More Than Hoops Inc.,
DE10 LLC, and all directors, coaches, staff members, volunteers and heirs from any and all liability due to loss or damage to person or property,
injury, accident, disability or death, resulting from the Participant’s participation in any aspect of PGC Basketball, even if arising from the
negligence of the releases, except for willful misconduct. If transportation is coordinated or provided by PGC Basketball for the Participant for
any reason, including airport transportation or medical emergencies, prior to, during, or at the completion of PGC Basketball session, I agree to
assume all risk and hold harmless PGC Basketball, Point Guard College LLP, More Than Hoops LLP, More Than Hoops Inc., and DE10 LLC, and all
directors, coaches, staff members, volunteers and heirs from all claims resulting from accidents and injuries that may arise. I understand that
PGC Basketball is not responsible for supervision and/or the safety of the Participant if the Participant leaves the site for any reason during the
PGC Basketball course, including meal breaks, and I agree to assume all risk and hold harmless PGC Basketball, Point Guard College LLP, More
Than Hoops LLP, More Than Hoops Inc., and DE10 LLC, and all directors, coaches, staff members, volunteers and heirs from all claims resulting
from accidents and injuries that may arise.
_______(Initial) The PGC staff and
Athletic Trainer on duty cannot administer
prescription or over the counter
medication without written permission
from the parent or guardian.
(Athlete Signature if over 18)
BE SURE TO BRING THIS SHEET WITH YOU TO YOUR SESSION
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532-0900
CHECK-IN & CHECK-OUT LOCATION:
TBD – The check-in location will be updated at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the session. For updates
go to http://www.pgcbasketball.com/programs/benedictine-university/.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ATHLETES:
Athletes will be housed in Jaeger Hall. Jaeger is an air-conditioned residence hall with traditional double
rooms. Athletes will be assigned 2 to a room. Refrigerators are not provided. Males and females will be
assigned rooms on different floors/wings. PGC staff will provide 24 hour supervision, including dorm
EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER:
Campus Security: 630-829-6666
Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
Airport Shuttle: Lisle Taxi Service – 630-999-8294 ($38)
LODGING IN LISLE:
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1. Ave Maria Shrine and
Stations of the Cross
2. Benet Academy
3. Birck Hall of Science
Lower Level: Classrooms, Lecture Hall
First Floor: Tellabs Lecture Hall, Dean of the College of Science
Department: Mathematical and Computational Sciences
Laboratories: Botany and Greenhouse, Environmental Science, General Biology,
General Chemistry, General Science, Instrumental Analysis, Natural Sciences,
Nursing, Research Labs A and B
Second Floor: Classrooms, Computer Classrooms, Jurica Nature Museum,
Student Lounge/Government Room
Laboratories: General Physics and Electronics, General Science, Nutrition
Third Floor: Cold Room, Tissue Culture Room
Departments and Programs: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Biological
Sciences, Chemistry, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Physics and Engineering,
Science Content and Process, Pre-Professional Health
Laboratories: Anatomy, Biochemistry, Biomechanics, Cell Biology, Genetics,
Instrumental Analysis, Microbiology, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry,
Physiology, Research Labs C-I, Research Techniques, Senior Physics
4. Campus Delivery
5. Dan and Ada Rice Center
Basketball Arena, Classrooms, Coaches Office, Indoor Track, Racquetball/
Tennis Courts, Trophy Room, Volleyball Arena
6. Founders’ Woods
7. Grounds Shop Garage
8. Jaeger Residence Hall
9. Kindlon Hall of Learning
First Floor: The Atrium, Classrooms, Coffee Shop,
Commuter Lockers, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts,
Eye of the Eagle Studio, Information Technology, Audio Visual/
Departments: History, Philosophy, Religious Studies
Second Floor: Benedictine Library Entrance, Classrooms, Computer
Classrooms, Registrar’s Office, Dean of the College of Education and
Departments: Communications, English Language and Literature,
Foreign Language, Health Services, Public Health, School of Education
10. Krasa Student Center
Art Gallery, Bookstore, Career Development, Dining Room,
Enrollment Services (registration/financial aid/student accounts),
Health Services/Counseling, International Center, Mail and Copy
Center, Meeting and Seminar Rooms, Moser Fireside Lounge,
Presentation Room, University Police, Switchboard, Residence Life,
St. Benedict Chapel, Student Activities, Student Life, Student Success
Center, University Ministry
11. Lake St. Benedict
12. Lownik Hall
Enrollment Center, Admissions, Auxiliary Enterprises, Benedictine
Fund, Business and Finance, Campus Services, Community
Development, Financial Aid, Information Technology, Marketing and
Communications, New Student Advising Center, Personnel Resources,
Research and Development, Student Accounts
13. Main Entrance
14. Neuzil Residence Hall
5700 College Road • Lisle, Illinois 60532
15. Ondrak Residence Hall
16. Coal Ben and
17. Jurica Tallgrass Prairie
18. Scholl Hall
First Floor: Administrative Suite, Alumni Relations,
Classrooms, Dean of the College of Business, Faculty Offices,
Departments: Business and Management, Computer Science, Fine and
Performing Arts, Information Systems, Management and Organizational
Behavior, Organization Development
Second Floor: Computer Lab, Classrooms, University Events
Departments: Anthropology, Business Administration, Clinical Psychology,
Economics, International Business, Political Science, Psychology/Sociology
19. The Village of Lisle –
20. St. Procopius Abbey
21. St. Procopius Abbey
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