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Trips


Hamilton College offers three branches of orientation adventure trips that provide a fun and friendly atmosphere for easing new students into college life. While the focus and activities of each trip will differ, the core objectives are always the same.

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Beekeeping

Exploration Adventure (XA)

Explore a theme or topic, while learning more about the local community and central New York. XA boasts a wide variety of trips, including trips focused on the arts, history, sustainability, nature and more.

Adirondack Adventure

Adirondack Adventure (AA)

In groups of six to 12, students spend a day on campus preparing for a four-day wilderness or camping trip. There’s a variety of trips from which to choose, from beginning hiking to intermediate canoeing to rock climbing. Students also have the opportunity to make friends on a trip and then the option of taking a Hamilton class together in the fall.

Outreach Adventure Trip

Outreach Adventure (OA)

OA gives students the chance to explore the area surrounding Hamilton. Activities may include serving in a meal program for the homeless, working with Habitat for Humanity, helping with a summer program for children at a local museum or performing environmental service work.

Contact Information


Tessa Chefalo

Director of Orientation and First-Year Programs
315-859-4846 tchefalo@hamilton.edu
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