Environmental and Outdoor Education Center
Miller Building, Room 230
Arts and Sciences
Jack C. Sheltmire (Director)
Environmental and Outdoor Education
Select one track
Track A: Environmental Education and Interpretation
Track B: Outdoor Pursuits
Track C: Organized Camping Track
Environmental Concentrations Offered in Other Programs
||See requirements listed under health.
||See requirements listed under economics.
||See requirements listed under recreation and leisure studies.
|Pre-Environmental Science and Forestry
||See requirements listed under biological sciences.
The Interdisciplinary Center for Environmental and Outdoor Education was established to create and coordinate curricular and extracurricular environmental and outdoor education programs that serve the needs of the College, regional educators and the general public. Students enrolled in the Center’s programs benefit from SUNY Cortland’s long-standing commitment to environmental and outdoor education. The College’s three field campuses, Brauer Field Station, Hoxie Gorge, and the Outdoor Education Center at Raquette Lake, established in 1948, offer students a vast array of field study opportunities. The Center also hosts a national organization, The Coalition for Education in the Outdoors.
- The Outdoor Education Center at Raquette Lake
- Robert C. Brauer Memorial Field Research Station
- Hoxie Gorge Nature Preserve