Essential for anyone who spends significant time in remote places or who has a professional career in the outdoors, the Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course will prepare you to make difficult medical decisions. This course is fast-paced and engaging. You'll spend half your time outside of the classroom doing hands-on skills and realistic scenarios. In addition to scenarios, you'll participate in a full-scale night mock rescue.
Friday, Jan. 16 is the deadline to register for the annual winter session open to SUNY Cortland alumni held at Huntington Memorial Camp. These five and six day sessions are being offered as an adult alumni session. You will have the opportunity to enjoy a glorious winter experience in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. Activities will include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, saunas, star gazing, ice fishing and much more.
Summer Alumni Camps 2015
The annual summer alumni camp sessions are open to SUNY Cortland alumni. The camps are held at Antlers in July, August and September 2015 and Camp Huntington in July. A variety of choices from four to seven-day stays are being offered to alumni and their families. You will have the opportunity to enjoy a memorable summer experience in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. Activities might include canoeing, hiking, kayaking, relaxing, star gazing, games, campfires, and much more.
Registration forms will be accepted beginning Monday, Feb. 2, 2015 for a brand new alumni adventure camp. The session will be open to SUNY Cortland alumni and their adult guest from July 11-14, 2015. The camp will be packed with action! Each day you’ll explore the Adirondacks by trail, kayak and even go whitewater rafting. There will be time to share stories around the fire, great food, fishing, and swimming rounding out the adventure. Sign up early for this one in which participation is limited. Price includes all activities, guides and fees.