Seawolves will soon have the chance to challenge themselves physically and mentally in the new Project Adventure Challenge Course.
Groups will navigate through low rope elements and partake in team building activities and cooperative games that will motivate participants to achieve progress toward personal, academic and social goals. The course is facilitated by Erin Maurno, a graduate student in the Higher Education Administration program, working closely with the Department of Campus Recreation to oversee the course.
Open to student groups, faculty and staff, this program is dedicated to fostering a collaborative environment for the campus community to improve communication and trust as a group while also working on individual skills such as self-confidence and leadership. The course also provides the campus community with rewarding and impactful workshops tailored to each group’s unique needs and goals.
“We’re really excited to give students a new way to challenge themselves and learn these important skills, even if they don’t realize they’re learning because of how much fun it is,” said Jay Souza, director of Campus Recreation.
For more information about the course or to request a workshop, visit the Campus Recreation website for availability and rates.