Brown Wrestling VIP College Prep Camp – The Process

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• Residential Camper: $1399.00
• Full Commuter Camper: $1099.00

Brown Wrestling VIP Ivy College Prep Camp – The Process

The VIP College Prep Camp is a 4 day camp designed for small group learning, starting the
college application process, and those that desire to take their wrestling careers to high-achieving
academic colleges and universities. We will focus on individualized specific wrestling
techniques, video analysis of competition training and starting the College Application Essay.

This camp is only open to the first 26 campers. All technique sessions are Private One on One
individual training session with the coaching staff & partner so training is wrestling style
specific. We will keep a 2-to-1 camper to coach ratio during the wrestling sessions of the camp.
This camp will consist of individualized wrestling technique sessions, drilling, wrestling,
conditioning, video analysis. This camp will not only make you a better wrestler on the mat but
help you begin navigating through the process of becoming a freshman at a high academic
institution

This camp will require planning from both the camper and Brown Wrestling coaching
staff. Camp will close two weeks prior to the start so we can plan and prepare for each campers
specific needs. More information will be shared after camper registration. We recommend that you
enroll with a partner of the same size and ability to maximize the benefits of this camp but we will pair up campers that register individually.

Students of the Sport
Style specific training – all technique sessions will be one-on-one skill instruction with a
coach and partner, so every individual’s needs are met with precision.

Video analysis and review of training and competition
Pre-match preparation and mental approach
Brown Wrestling Equipment Package - Quarter Zip, Workout Shirt, and Shorts
Start Writing Your College Essay
Common Application Prep
Meet with Brown University Admissions Counselor
Ivy League Education prep
NCAA Eligibility Process and Academic Standards

In addition, all campers will have all-you-can-eat meal plans and receive a Brown Wrestling
equipment package at check-in with Performance shirts, shorts, and sweats.

Sample Schedule
(Subject to change)
Day 1
1:00 PM • Registration / Check In for all Campers
2:30 PM • Individual Technique Session I
4:00 PM • Brown University Campus Tour
5:00 PM • Dinner: All-You- Can-Eat
6:30 PM • College Essay Writing for Common Application
8:30 PM • Common Application Admissions Session / Commuter Pickup
9:30 PM • Free Time & Camp Store Open: Pizza, Drinks, and Brown Wrestling Gear
11:00 PM • Lights Out In Residence Halls

Day 2
7:00 AM • Wake-Up
7:30 AM • Breakfast: All-You- Can-Eat
8:30 AM • Commuter Drop Off
9:00 AM • Individual Technique Session II
12:00 PM • Lunch: All-You- Can-Eat
1:30 PM • Drilling, Live Session & Video Analysis III
4:00 PM • Admissions Q & A and Initial Eligibility Presentation
5:00 PM • Dinner: All-You- Can-Eat
6:30 PM • College Application planning
8:30 PM • College Essay Writing for Common Application / Commuter Pickup
9:30 PM • Free Time & Camp Store Open: Pizza, Drinks, and Brown Wrestling Gear
11:00 PM • Lights Out In Residence Halls

Day 3
7:00 AM • Wake-Up
7:30 AM • Breakfast: All-You- Can-Eat
8:30 AM • Commuter Drop Off
9:00 AM • Individual Technique Session IV
12:00 PM • Lunch: All-You- Can-Eat
1:30 PM • Drilling & Live Session V
4:00 PM • Brown Admissions Counselor Presentation
5:00 PM • Dinner: All-You- Can-Eat
6:30 PM • College Application calendar planning
8:30 PM • Commuter Pick Up
9:30 PM • Free Time & Camp Store Open: Pizza, Drinks, and Brown Wrestling Gear
11:00 PM • Lights Out In Residence Halls

Day 4
7:00 AM • Wake-Up
7:30 AM • Breakfast: All-You- Can-Eat
8:30 AM • Commuter Drop Off
9:00 AM • Technique & Drilling Session VI
11:00 AM • Check Out & Commuter Pick Up

Important Health Advisory

Due to recent outbreaks of measles, in consultation with Brown University’s Health Services and General Counsel’s Office, Pre-College Programs and Sports Camps are prohibiting any student or athlete from attending these programs if they have not completed the measles vaccinations.

This decision was made because of the structure of the summer programs: measles is a highly infectious disease that can incubate for two weeks before any symptoms appear. Given that many of our students and athletes are present on campus from anywhere from 1 day to 3 weeks, and then depart, the opportunities for this disease to be spread within and beyond our community is significant enough to warrant this kind of decision.



Brown University Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants that meet the listed eligibility requirements for each camp.


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