P.A.S.S. CAMPA DU summer tradition and the perfect mix of play and practice for ages 5-11! Campers learn new sports, improve their skills and have a blast doing it!
Pioneer Athletic Super Summer (P.A.S.S.) Camp is a weekly sports and wellness summer camp for campers ages 5–11. Entering its 25th summer at DU, P.A.S.S. Camp is a DU summer tradition for the University and the Denver community.
P.A.S.S. Camp focuses on sportsmanship, teamwork and the fundamentals of sports. Campers will have the opportunity to experience the NCAA Division I varsity fields, courts and rinks that the Denver Pioneers call home.
We provide all required sports equipment. All camp activities take place on the University of Denver campus.
For participants beyond a beginner level, we recommend attending the Denver Pioneers summer camps.
Campers will participate in five different sports majors each week at P.A.S.S. Camp, rotating to a new major each day of the week. Majors are focused on beginner-level instruction taught by skilled instructors. Each day, campers will start with general instruction in that day’s major, followed by games.
2018 P.A.S.S. Camp Schedule
P.A.S.S. Camp is offered on a weekly basis, not daily.
Camp hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (with early and late care available).
Learn to Skate at P.A.S.S. Camp
Exclusive Learn to Skate sessions for P.A.S.S. Camp participants are back. These one-week series are offered only to participants registered in P.A.S.S. Camp and are held daily in the mornings during a select weeks of camps.
Learn to Skate Dates
Week 3 (June 11-15)
Week 4 (June 18-22)
Week 5 (June 25-29)
Week 7 (July 9-13)
Week 11 (August 6-10)
Participants will be dropped off at Joy Burns Arena, and you will not need a parking pass. Pick up will remain at Gates Field House. P.A.S.S. Camp staff will escort your child from Learn to Skate to P.A.S.S. Camp each morning.
Late Registration (beginning April 9): $335/week ($270 for four-day weeks)
Learn to Skate: $75/week (added on to cost of camp)
Cost includes lunch, and morning and afternoon snacks.
Full payment is due at the time of registration.
An automatic 10 percent University of Denver affiliation or Coors Fitness Center member discount will be applied at the time of registration. To confirm your DU affiliation is on file, please call 303-871-3908.
A 10 percent discount will be applied to second and additional child registrations from the same household when an affiliation discount does not exist.
A maximum of one discount can be applied to camp registrations. Early and late care fees are not eligible for discounts.
Refunds are not granted within three weeks of the start date for any canceled week.
If your child is asked to leave camp due to disciplinary reasons, you will not receive a refund or credit.
How to Register
Registration for P.A.S.S. Camp is available online.
Step 1: Youth Activities Pre-Registration
Before you can register for any week of P.A.S.S. Camp, you must complete the Youth Activities pre-registration (prerequisite).
The Youth Programs pre-registration is a $0 fee registration that allows you to enter your child’s required medical, authorized release, emergency contact and acknowledgment of risk information for 2018 P.A.S.S. Camp.
Step 2: P.A.S.S. Camp Registration
Once you have completed the Youth Activities pre-registration, you can register for P.A.S.S. Camp.
Please view our P.A.S.S. Camp online registration tutorial for step by step registration instructions.
If you have already paid and would like to transfer weeks, please call the P.A.S.S. Camp office at 303-871-3908. There are no transfer fees.
Medication Administration Forms
If your child will require medication while at P.A.S.S. Camp, please complete our medication administration form.
If your child has asthma, please complete our asthma care plan.
If your child may require use of an epi pen, please complete our allergy/anaphylaxis action plan.
Submit all medication, asthma and allergy/anaphylaxis forms to the P.A.S.S. Camp office by emailing the Youth Activities Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Forms may be submitted before camp or to the P.A.S.S. Camp front desk on the first day of a camp week.
If you would like to confirm receipt of your paperwork, please call the P.A.S.S. Camp office at 303-871-3908.
What to Bring to Camp
P.A.S.S. Camp provides all sports equipment (with the exception of hockey pads).
Please send your child with the following:
- a water bottle (labeled with their name)
- tennis shoes
- a properly fitting helmet for ice skating (required for ages 8 and under)
- warm clothes for ice skating
- swim suit and towel for swimming
- sunscreen (with permission form if you will be providing your own sunscreen and not utilizing the sunscreen provided by P.A.S.S. Camp)
For additional information on P.A.S.S. Camp, please contact our Youth Activities Office at 303-871-3908 or email@example.com, or complete the interest form below.
P.A.S.S. Camp Interest Form
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring my child for one day of camp?
Can I get a refund if I cancel my child's enrollment?
What forms of payment do you accept?
Credit card is the only payment method accepted when paying over the phone.
What are my payment options?
What forms do I need to complete to enroll my child?
Forms are required to have original signatures. If your registration form is faxed in, you will need to initial next to each of your signatures on the first day of camp.
What do I do if my child is sick and cannot attend for the week?
Daily credits or refunds are not available.
What are the standard hours of camp?
Do you offer early or late care? What is the cost of extra hours?
Where do I drop off/pick up my child?
Does my child need to bring any extra clothes?
- On days when your child’s group will be at the pool, please send a swimsuit and towel. Goggles are optional.
- On days when your child’s group will ice skate, we recommend sending a sweatshirt or light jacket.
Is equipment provided?
What are sports majors?
Within major sessions, campers will learn about the day’s selected sport and participate in drills, skill lessons and competition. For example, in the soccer major, campers will learn how to dribble, pass and shoot, and also do drills that will help with motor skill development. At the end of the major session, they will participate in a soccer game.
When campers are not in their major sessions, they will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities, including swimming, ice skating, gymnastics, climbing wall and field sports.