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Rules & Policies

What You Need to Know

Maine Gold Rush

Camp Expectations

***Coaches are responsible for their team throughout the weekend

  • Be respectful to yourself, other players/coaches/staff, facilities and Thomas College employees.

  • Treat others the way you want to be treated.

  • Sportsmanship is a major focus at Maine Gold Rush!

  • Do not leave campus. If you need to leave campus for any reason, see only the camp directors with your parents and coach. One of the camp directors will release you from camp.

  • All camper vehicle keys will be turned into your coach upon arrival. There will never be a camper in any vehicle during camp.

  • Maine Sports Medical covers any medical assistance for camp. Please see them with any concerns.



  • Please take only food you intend to eat. You can return to get more food if needed multiple times. Please don’t waste food.

  • Pick up after yourself when finished. Clean the table and return dishes and silverware to the conveyor belt.


  • There will be no one but campers/coaches/staff in the residences

  • Please keep your room locked at all times

  • Please keep your cell phone in your room.

  • Residence room will be cleaned before checking out.

  • No moving furniture in residences.

  • Any lost key results in a $65.00 payment to Thomas College before leaving campus.

  • Thomas College is a drug free zone. No alcohol, illegal drugs or vaping.

  • Fire alarms, smoke detectors and blue box emergency alarms that are abused warrant a $1000.00 fine.

Maine Gold Rush Basketball Camp: Hazing Statement

Reference: Maine Anti-Hazing Law (Statutes 6553 and 10004)

Maine Gold Rush Basketball Camp is committed to the personal development of each participant in our basketball camp. The Camp Directors are committed to providing a safe learning environment for all participants, coaches, counselors and medical staff. As a result, we unequivocally oppose any situation created intentionally to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, or ridicule to any person.


The Camp Directors will interpret hazing as any act whether physical, mental, emotional, or psychological, which subjects another person, voluntarily or involuntarily, to anything that may abuse, mistreat, degrade, humiliate, harass, or intimidate him or her, or which may in any fashion compromise his or her dignity as a person.

Reported incidents will be investigated promptly and in a manner which protects the rights of the person filing the complaint, the person complained against, and Maine Gold Rush Camp. Anyone who participates in such actions will be subject to discipline by the coach and/or Maine Gold Rush Camp Directors.

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