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Robin Mittelstaedt Ohio University This study investigated outcomes of a college outdoor orientation program that utilized 3, 4, 5, and 12-day adventure based trips. Sense of community and sense of place were measured using a one-sample pre/post-test design (n = 118). Paired sample t-tests were implemented to explore differences and, in general, students reported significant changes following participation. Students demonstrated increases in the number of their friends, trusted individuals, anddoi:10.7768/1948-5123.1033 fatcat:y4wgirc7kbgfnjsvk3tpis7bte