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GOAL Program - Challenge Course

Spring 2018 G.O.A.L. programs will be scheduled starting February 1st, 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.

Teambuilding & Leadership Development

The G.O.A.L. PROGRAM stands for Group Oriented Achievement and Learning. 
 
The program is based on Experiential Education principles and philosophy using initiatives and activities that are socially, mentally, physically, and environmentally challenging.  Activities are designed to strengthen group cohesiveness, communication, trust, group processing, interpersonal relationships, individual members' self-awareness and confidence level.  Within the G.O.A.L. program our staff will specially tailor a program to fit your group needs. 

We offer...

  • Teambuilding and problem solving activities
  • Low Elements
  • High Elements
  • Portable Low Elements (at a site you select or at U-Camp)

 


Low Elements

GOAL Program Bucket Game
Bucket Game
Low Elements focus on the group as a whole by presenting problem-solving scenarios that require teamwork, trust, leadership, and communication skills. The group finds success through working together and depending upon the member's strengths.
 
Portable Low Elements - Can't get your group to University Camp?  We can bring the Portable Low Elements to you!  The G.O.A.L. Program staff can bring similar group challenges and problem-solving scenarios offered at the Challenge Course with the convenience of having them at your chosen location.

High Elements

GOAL Program Zip Line
Zip Line
High Elements focus on individual achievements by providing the opportunity to push oneself both physically and mentally through controlled risk-taking situations.  The group is also challenged to provide support and encouragement in order to create the type of environment that will assist individuals in accomplishing their goals.  For group development, groups must participate in Low Elements prior to or on the same day as the Highs.  

To get your group signed up, please click here:

GOAL Application

 
Need more information?Email John Griffis(Outdoor Recreation Coordinator) at jg1575@txtstate.edu.