Neal Studd Swim Camp at Florida State University


Swim with a 2012 Olympic Head Coach and
six time Coach of the Year on the campus of the Florida State Seminoles!

Click here to register for Neal Studd’s Swim Camp at Florida State University 

For further questions please contact, Dan Carrington (Camp Director) at:
(850) 644-5946 or email at [email protected]

FSU Head Coach Neal Studd, 6 time CCSA Swimming and Diving Champions and Coach of the Year

Summer 2017 Dates

All Sessions offer an intensive training option!

Session 1:

Monday June 5th – Friday June 9th
Overnight Campers stay in Bryan Hall

Session 2:

Saturday June 10th- Wednesday June 14th
Overnight Campers stay in Bryan Hall

Session 3:

Monday June 19th – Friday June 23rd
Overnight Campers stay in Broward Hall


The Neal Studd Swim Camp at Florida State University, is a camp that focuses on giving each swimmer age 7-18 the tools to improve their overall technique. The camp focuses on, fitness, stroke technique, starts, turns, nutrition and mental training. Each camper will recieve specific instruction on all 4 strokes, turns and starts. There will be classroom sessions on these principles as well as talks on nutrition. We will also have champion swimmers come in to talk to our campers. Our goal each session is to give your camper the tools to improve their swimming as well as give them a renewed love of the sport! We love to hear from our campers each year, that they have a “renewed love of the sport” and/or that they “were so excited to drop time”.

Register for the swim camp here.

Some highlights for our camp include:

  • Swimming with Coach Studd, a 2012 Head Olympic Coach – National Coach of the Year – Honorable Mention (swimswam)
  • A unique environment! FSU’s campus boasts one of the most beautiful campuses in America, 50-m outdoor pool and even its own lake and beach for the ultimate summer experience at FSU Reservation also called “The Rez”.
    Coach Studd has been running swim camps for over a decade, instilling a winning tradition to competitive swimmers.
  • Coach Studd has a philosophy of positive reinforcement, proper stroke technique, and challenging training.
  • Staff/swimmer ratio of 1 to 10.
  • Residential Campers will stay in the residence halls with one roommate. There is one bathroom shared between two rooms with a ratio of four campers to one shared bathroom.
  • One conditioning and one stroke/technique during each daily workouts (Intensive option is mostly training).
    Classroom sessions on a range of topics such as, staying motivated, nutrition, mental training, technique and preparing for college swimming.
  • Evening activities could include such activities as flag football, kayaking, beach volleyball, movies and ice cream, basketball and much more!
  • Video Analysis: For an additional $75 each camper has the opportunity for a video analysis of their technique underwater, using technique analysis software. These campers will receive a video of themselves and important technique coaching tips on how to improve. Paid by cash or check at the camp.
  • Private Lessons: Private essons with the coaches also available on a first come first serve basis, at $50 for each half hour. Paid by cash or check at the camp.

Register for the swim camp here.


Half Day Camper (8:00am 11am) $200
Day Camper (8:00am-4:30pm)
$395 (sign up before 4/1/17)
$445 (after 4/1/17)
Residential Camper (Overnight)
$595 (sign up before 4/1/17)
$650 (after 4/1/17)
** Camp registrations will be processed on Monday of each week leading up to the deadline. You will receive an email confirmation once your payment has been received and/or processed.

 Register for the swim camp here. 

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Marina Chow
5 years ago

Hi I am interested jn sending my son to your camp in mid July for two weeks. I have seen your camp fees snd jm considering the overnight package. Is that price per day or per week? Also I need to know the camp dares so I can book the flights accordingly. My son is 14 and already swims competitively this year is is last year jn 13-14 age group.