Athletics, Fitness, & Outdoor Programs

Division of Student Life

Reed Outing Club (ROC)

ROC is a peer leadership model working with the assistant director of AFOP to allow students to design, manage and execute outdoor trips for fellow students. ROC also specializes in developing skills for life long learning such as Wilderness First Responder, Avalanche Training, Swift Water rescue and more... Every May we seek the highest summit in our area by climbing Mt. Hood as a lottery for the Reed Outing Club. Pretty much we ROCK, with ROC. Come join us! Sign up for our email list serve at here for the most up to date data, trips offered and opportunities.

Contact Leo Golub/ Zev Grossman/ Liraz Brand and/or Bella Hopewell to submit ideas or inquire about programming weekly activities to get Reedies off campus with your fellow students leading the charge.  Stay in touch via our instagram account #reedoutingclub

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