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FACEtime: Whitewater Kayaking

FACEtime facilitates face-to-face encounters that develop Friendships, a sense of Adventure, Connections with resources and meaningful Engagement.  FACEtime programs are run by RIT’s Outdoor Education department.

Whitewater Kayaking is an exciting and invigorating way to meet your classmates while learning about a truly unique adventure activity. Learn all the basics about whitewater kayaking by spending your days at Lock 32 whitewater kayaking park under the expert instruction and guidance of a Genesee Waterways instructor. Students will be transported to and from Lock 32 each day to learn all of the basics of whitewater kayaking on their 700 yard long whitewater kayaking course. 

Students must be able to swim and be comfortable on and in the water. Students will spend evenings on campus and sleep each night in the dorms.

Program fee covers all meals, kayaks, necessary gear and equipment.

Participants should prepare to be fully immersed in water at any point. This program may not be conducive for consistent sign language interpreting.

*Please note: commuter students will be discounted the cost of early move in fees.

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