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2018 Summer Camp Coach Information

Strong: Fight. Finish. Faith.

Camp verse: “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful.”  2 Timothy 4:7

Camp theme: Athletes are conditioned to be strong both physically and mentally. The measure of greatathletes shows how much faster, stronger and smarter they are than the opponent. But as Christian competitors, we have the game-changing advantage of being spiritually strong.

We serve a strong God, and we are called to be like Him in every area of our lives. God calls us to be solid in our faith, to fight the good fight with perseverance, and surround ourselves with a firm support system in order to finish strong. With Jesus Christ and His Word transforming us daily, we can be strong 24/7!

This page has information for coaches we've invited to AZ FCA's 2018 summer sports camp. Questions? Send us an email.

Camp Info

  • Camp goes from Saturday, June 30th - Tuesday, July 3rd and is held at Northern Arizona University with some sports practicing at Coconino and Flagstaff High Schools.
  • Camp consists of 6 sessions of competition and 3 evening programs. One practice on Saturday afternoon and Tuesday morning, two practices on Sunday and Monday.
  • College athletes will serve as huddle leaders and can assist you with coaching.
  • We need athletes to make camp happen! Please invite your athletes to attend camp; they will need to register and pay. FCA field staff can make camp presentations at your school if you'd like. Camp registration link. 
  • This year, we are encouraging coaching staff of individual sports to meet at a time and place that are convenient for them. This will take the place of the meeting we normally have in June at GCU. The lead coach for your sport will be in touch via email.
  • The coach who brings the most athletes to camp will get a $100 gift card!! 

What to bring to camp

  • Coaches: any sports equipment your lead coach has asked you to bring.
  • Fan (you will definitely want this), alarm clock, sheets, blanket (or sleeping bag), pillow, pack n’ play for small children, towel, soap, toothpaste, toiletries, shower shoes, reusable water bottle, practice and casual clothes (for evening program), sports equipment (glove, specific shoes, swim cap/goggles, knee pads, etc). If you or your family members (not campers) want to swim at the WAC during open swim hours, please bring a swimsuit and towel.
  • Wall Aquatic Center hours during camp: Saturday & Sunday 12:30pm-5:30pm; Monday & Tuesday 12pm-2pm & 7- 9pm. Cost: $8 for ages 13 & up; $4 for 12 & under. You must fill out a waiver at the WAC front desk before swimming.
  • Adults can use the REC Center to work out for a fee of $10 a day, payable at the REC Center.
  • A backpack is helpful for carrying things you need throughout the day.
  • Comfortable walking shoes for all members of your family.
  • We will provide a Bible and notebook for the coach.
  • Sometimes it’s helpful to bring snacks as you may get hungry throughout the day and at night.
  • LINENS FOR YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY—We will NOT be providing these.
  • If you forget anything or need anything, Target is within walking distance.
  • If your child is a camper, they should have received their information in the mail. If you have questions, please email Debbie.

These 2 forms must be filled out!

There are two very important forms that must be filled out prior to acceptance as a coach at any FCA Camp, follow this link to the: 

  1. Camp staff application- let's us know about you/your family attending camp. You will also read and sign the Child Protection Waiver online during the camp application.
  2. Ministry Leader Application (MLA). If you have completed the MLA previously, you do not need to complete it again. If this is your first time coaching at camp, please complete both forms. 

Coach studies at camp


  • Please join us each morning as we dive into God’s Word.
  • 6am-7am in the Calderon dorm lobby.
  • Coffee will be provided and all coaches are welcome to attend.


  • Please join us after the evening session each night for coaches social time.
  • 10:15pm-10:45pm in the Calderon dorm lobby.
  • All coaches are welcome to attend.


  • Please join us as we dive into God’s Word & get to know each other.
  • Sunday, Monday and Tuesday mornings
  • 9am-11am, in Calderon classroom A110.
  • Child care available during this study time in the Field House's Kaibab Room.  Please sign up to volunteer in Kid Zone with the button on this page.

Arrival in Flagstaff

Saturday, June 30th coach, volunteer and family registration at NAU is from 10:30-12pm. Coaches meeting is at 12:00.

  • All coaches & volunteers check in at Ernest Calderon Learning Community, building 29. 
  • Park in lot P16A or P33.  Follow the orange arrows on the side walk to Calderon, building 29.  Volunteers will help you find your way.
  • Lunch is available in University Union building 30A, from 11:30am-1pm. You will get your meal card when you check in. Green arrows lead to dining.
  • Coach meeting begins promptly at 12:00 in University Union Kaibab Room, building 30
  • Athletic trainer and medical staff meeting is at 12:00 in University Union Kaibab Room, building 30. You can meet your sport coaches, then head to the lobby for the med team meeting. 
  • First practices begin at 1:30 pm today. See your sport schedule for exact time.
  • NAU map.

For coaches with families

  • Spouses and children 6th grade and under may attend at no charge, providing you fit into one dorm suite (up to four twin beds).
  • Your children ages 12-18, 7th-12th grade, can come as campers. You will need to register your children who will participate as a camper online and pay a $50 deposit only.   Registration button below.
  • Children camp age who do not want to participate as a camper will still need to pay a $50 deposit, but they do not register online. 
  • Your children 11 and under can hang out in Kid Zone. Details and registration button below.
  • We hold both a Coaches Bible Study 6-7am Sunday-Tuesday and a Women's Bible Study 9-11am Sunday-Tuesday.
  • FCA has a Power Camp for students entering grades 3rd-6th this fall. It is held in Tempe and runs June 11th-15th. Power Camp registration button below.

FCA Kid Zone Childcare

  • Kid Zone is free childcare available to your children ages birth through 11 years old.
  • Kid Zone is located in the University Field House (building 30), Kaibab room.
  • Kid Zone is open six times during the four days of camp. Saturday 7:45pm-10pm; Sunday & Monday 8:50am-11:15am & 7:45pm-10pm; Tuesday 8:50am-11:15am.
  • We need your help! If you are a non-coaching spouse, we ask that you please take at least one shift in Kid Zone. To sign up, please click on the button below and fill out the online camp staff application, which includes child protection waiver and permission form for you. We appreciate your helping us get coverage for every shift. Thank you so much!

Getting around NAU

Yellow bike program:

  • The university’s Yellow Bike Program provides free bike rentals for ages 18 and over, while we are on their campus!
  • Bikes rentals are good for up to seven days, and include a lock, key, and helmet. 
  • The Yellow Bike Program currently does not use a waiting list and works on a first come, first serve basis. 
  • For more information on renting a yellow bike, visit NAU's yellow bike page.