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    Ritt

    Questions regarding the Ritt Kellogg Fund can be directed to Andrew Allison-Godfrey, the Program Coordinator, or the Outdoor Education Office.

    aallisongodfrey@coloradocollege.edu

    (719) 389-6803

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    In the spirit of Ritt Kellogg, Colorado College ’90, the Ritt Kellogg Memorial Fund helps Colorado College students promote imagination, challenge and personal growth in their own responsible and conscientious pursuit of wilderness expeditions and education. The purpose of the Fund is to support adventure and outdoor education through wilderness expedition grants, training and environmental service and wilderness-related resources for Tutt Library. The Fund additionally supports the Ritt Kellogg Climbing Wall. The Fund is available only to students currently enrolled at Colorado College.

    Since its inauguration in 1995, the Ritt Kellogg Memorial Fund has provided 432 students with expedition funding; resulting in 212 successful expeditions and countless life-changing experiences for Colorado College students.

    • Jamie Smith, Joe Purtell and Carson Fritz hike into the Cirque of the Unclimbables for 2 weeks of climbing
    • Sunset on the Big Salmon River, Yukon
    • Mollie Podmore, Nina Lundstrom and Kat Jacaruso cook dinner while packrafting in the Gila Wilderness
    • Fischer Hazen, Michael Hasson, and Colin Chupik ascend to the start of a climb in the Bugaboos
    • Liz Forester hikes in Glacier National Park
    • Austin Martin, Genevieve Buzan-Dansereau, and Lindsey Deringer celebrate mile 300 on the Colorado Trail
    • Lee Junkin checks out the fishing opportunities in Yellowstone National Park