Due to COVID-19, the William & Mary Challenge Course is temporarily unavailable.
If you are interested in future programming, please submit a request and you will be contacted with more information about the status of the W&M Challenge Course.
About the William & Mary Challenge Course
Our Philosophy. Our Challenge Course programs are based on Experiential Education principles. Experiential Education is a learning process that places participants in unique settings with purposeful problem-solving activities that require full engagement. Through synthesis and reflection, participants re-examine pre-existing behaviors and explore new skills and strengths.
Our facilitators provide opportunities for team and individual learning in a controlled and challenging environment. Through mindful debriefing and authentic discussions, we transfer these learning experiences back to the personal, professional, and academic lives of participants.
Our Programs. We design your program based on team needs and goals.
Activities can be tailored to strengthen group cohesiveness, communication, trust, group processing, interpersonal relationships, individual members' self-awareness, and confidence level. Through our programs, groups are being
The W&M Challenge course is open to W&M organizations as well as outside groups. We ask that all requests be made at least two weeks before your requested program date. All participants must complete an Assumption of Risk form and a Health History form before participating in challenge course programs.
Our Season. The William & Mary Challenge Course is open from late-February to mid-November, weather-permitting. Exact opening and closing dates vary by year. The course is located behind the Mason School of Business, near the Briggs Amphitheater.
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