The 2016 Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge will take place Sept. 4th - October 15th. Check out the google map below or CLICK HERE to see a list of the 2016 participating schools.
CHECK OUT the 2015 ON Campus Challenge Impact Report and see the successes of last year's competition!
CHECK OUT the 2014 ON Campus Challenge Impact Report and see the successes of 2014's competition!
2014 Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge Schools included:
Appalachian State University, California State University, Long Beach, College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University, George Mason University, James Madison University, Michigan Technological University, Spelman College, University of Central Florida, University of Iowa and University of Wisconsin, Madison.
The Outdoor Nation Northeast Campus Clubs program will engage colleges and universities over the course of a full academic year – building a strong connection between campus communities, outdoor recreation and the National Park Service. College and universities in the following states are eligible for this opportunity: Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine (defined as the Northeast Region of the National Park Service).
Brown University, MIT, Wilkes University, Colgate University, Shippensburg University, Binghamton University, University at Buffalo, Green Mountain College, Loyola University Maryland and Amherst College.
Check out the ON Northeast Campus Clubs video to see what the schools were up to during the 2014-2015 school year!
Outdoor Nation has partnered with some of the country’s most prestigious universities in New England, Washington DC and Atlanta. These include Tuffs University, Harvard University, University of Maine, Darmouth College, Middlebury College, Brown University, University of Connecticut, George Mason University, Georgetown University, Howard University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Clark Atlanta University, Emory University, Spelman College and Morehouse College, as well as underserved high schools and local non-profit organizations.
Campus Club Fellows Program
Dedicated university students, called Campus Club Fellows, facilitate close-to-home recreation outings each month for their peers. Fellows serve as lead mentors, facilitate meetings and evaluate progress. In turn, Outdoor Nation provides financial support, program assistance and professional development opportunities. Meet some of the the 2013 Campus Club Fellows and learn about outings in Washington D.C., New England and Atlanta regions:
Find out more about the impact of Campus Clubs by downloading the Pilot Year Campus Clubs Report!