The William H. Parks Family Center for Environmental and Outdoor Education promotes campus-wide awareness and commitment to environmental outdoor education while also managing the College’s outdoor/environmental facilities.
The facilities include:
See how the center at Raquette Lake benefits students (video)
The center, which is governed by an interdisciplinary advisory council, has its main office in the Professional Studies Building, Room 1131, on the Cortland campus. This office serves as the headquarters for all four outdoor/environmental facilities. The center also administers an interdisciplinary environmental studies minor and areas of concentration.