Cowgirl Soccer Locker Room

• Exposure to College Coaches
• Experienced Staff
• NCAA Recruiting Lecture
• Specialized Goalkeeper Instruction
• Free T-Shirt
• All-Star Games
• Top-Notch Facilities

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I Register?
Click the "Register for Camp" button in the upper right hand corner of our website to complete our secure online registration. For information about offline registration, please email cowgirl.soccer@okstate.edu.

How do I Pay?
Secure online payments are available via credit card. If you register offline, you can also pay by check, money order or cash.

Refund Policy
No refunds will be issued after the first session of the camp has begun. All cancellations will be looked at on an individual basis. Please email cowgirl.soccer@okstate.edu for refund questions.

How do I know if I'm Confirmed for Camp?
Upon completing registration you'll receive a confirmation email with important camp information and a receipt of your purchase.

Can I register online with my team?
No. In order to receive the team discount all applications must be turned together in one envelope. Confirmation will be sent to the contact name on the envelope.

Can I attend camp if I do not have insurance?
No. As per Oklahoma State Athletic Department Policy, every camper must have a copy of his/her insurance card in order to participate. Each camper must also fill in a medical history form and a release of liability form before the start of camp.

What is the difference between residential, day and elite camps?
Residential Camps - Campers will stay in the residence halls on campus for three nights. All lodging and meals are included with camp cost.

Day Camps - Campers are responsible for their own transportation, meals and lodging during the camp. Day camps are designed for skill development, fun games and competitions.

Elite ID Camp - Campers are responsible for their own transportation, meals and lodging during the camp. Elite ID camps are designed for high school-aged girls to train with and be evaluated by current college coaches.