SkiGate - Alumni Survey
From the 1930s to 1991, Colgate University had a university-run ski hill adjacent to campus called "Trainer Hill," named after Professor Trainer in 1941. This area was open to the Hamilton community as well as the Colgate community, and Colgate students took lessons on the hill for PE credit, as well as taught lessons. This survey is intended to gauge interest in the possibility of the ski hill being reopened on campus--NOTE, the decision to reopen the hill is not one that has already been made.
Were you on campus when Trainer Hill was open?
If yes, did you participate in activities on Trainer Hill?
Additional comments on your experiences at Trainer Hill/favorite aspect
Do you currently ski?
Yes (I ski competitively)
Yes (I ski regularly)
Yes (I ski occasionally on vacations)
No (I've skied before but don't enjoy it)
No (I've never skied)
What reaction would you have to the idea of Trainer Hill reopening?
Please indicate which of the following best fits your reaction to the possibility of Trainer Hill reopening on Colgate's campus:
I could definitely see myself using this facility on occasions when I return to campus/I would return to campus to use and support this facility
I would be excited about using this facility if it were convenient on occasions when I return to campus
I could see myself being open to using this facility on occasions when I return to campus/I would not use this facility myself but believe it would benefit the University and students
I would never use this facility and would not view it as beneficial to the University or students
The reopening of this facility would be a detriment to the University and students
Can you share any additional comments on the idea of Trainer Hill reopening for students, faculty, alumni, parents and community members
Do you want to stay updated on the progress of SkiGate?
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