Get Outside with FSU and the AORE Campus Challenge
Join Florida State as we compete against 97 other schools across the country to determine which university is the most active outdoors. Log your outdoor activities, win free gear, and help FSU take home the title of National Outdoor Champion!
How to Get Involved
- Download the AORE Campus Challenge app starting September 3rd
- Register and choose Florida State University as your school.
- Log your outdoor activities from September 16 – October 13.
Activities | Log up to 5 activities per day
Nature-based activities where you intentionally engage in the outdoors for at least 30 minutes.
10 Point Activities | Races, Cycling & Mountain Biking, Camping, Caving, Climbing, Equestrian, Fishing & Hunting, Hiking & Backpacking, Paddle Sports, Outdoor Service Projects, Disc Golf, Running, Water Activities
5 Point Activities | Outdoor Clinics & Trainings, Skateboarding & Longboarding, Slacklining, Walking, Yoga (Outdoors), Outdoor Work
2 Point Activities | Gardening, Stargazing, Hammocking, Arts & Crafts, Photo Fails
Greater Good Bonus Activities | Group Activities (+5), Overnight Activites (+5), School Organized Activities (+5), Milestone Activity Logged (+10 – 100)
Click below to download posters!
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The Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) is the premier organization dedicated to serving the needs of recreation and education professionals in non-profit settings. Through AORE, members have a mechanism to interact with and affect decisions made by public land managers and the human powered outdoor recreation industry. AORE is committed to promoting ecologically sound stewardship of the natural environment and serves as a collective voice for its members regarding topics of regional and national concern.
To learn more about the AORE Campus Challenge, visit oncampuschallenge.org.