Spring 2021 Guide and COVID-19 information

OP Accessibility

Our Programs

Many of our programs are universally designed and accessibility consultations are available to accommodate a wide diversity of abilities.  Our staff and trip leaders have been trained on inclusion and diversity awareness, and through partnerships with Student Disability Services and Multicultural Life and Diversity, we seek to meet the needs of all participants.

Accessibility Consultations at OP are available for the following:

  • Adirondack Trail Blazers
  • OP Trips
  • Cortland Bike Project
  • Climbing Wall
  • Workshops and Clinics
  • Rental Equipment

Email mary.mcnally@cortland.edu or call 607-753-5809 to consult about your needs.

Accessibility Resources:

At SUNY Cortland Outdoor Pursuits, we have a number of resources available to help you better understand diversity, disability culture and best practices.  We want to share our model of inclusion and other training materials in order to make your program more accessible.

Access our full accessibility report here 

Inclusive Recreation Resource Center:

The mission of the Inclusive Recreation Resource Center (IRRC) is to promote and sustain participation by people of all abilities in inclusive recreation activities and resources.  Learn more about the IRRC below.