Facility Development

  • A Bronze in Bikes

    Even in January, Dan McCoy, the assistant director of campus recreation and chair of the bicycle pedestrian safety committee for campus, said you can find...

  • Personal Training Turnaround

    When Alexandria Cosner joined the campus rec team at University of Illinois Springfield (UIS) as the assistant director of fitness and wellness, she realized the...

  • Straight Shooter

    When thinking of your typical sports, shooting and archery might not be the first two that come to mind. However, that does not mean they...

  • Hosting a Wellness Fair

    On Nov. 4, Oakland University in Rochester Michigan, hosted their sixth annual Benefits and Wellness Fair. The event was located in the campus recreation center’s...

  • Lock It Up

    After a long day of classes, a student heads to the rec center for her evening workout. The first place she heads isn’t the fitness...

  • Are You Prepared For An Emergency?

    Accidents happen. And with all the various activities going on, recreation facilities are exceptionally prone to mishaps. Here is the most important question: Is your...

  • An Eye-deal Access System

    There are multiple ways to monitor access to your campus recreation facility. Patrons could show their student IDs, scan a key card or use a...

  • Valdosta’s Haunted Trail

    When learning of his job description as the graduate assistant of special events and student development at Valdosta State University (VSU), Greg Knaus knew the...

  • Beyond Traditional Recreation

    Campus Recreation tends to be equated with fitness, intramural sports, group exercise, aquatics and various other activities. But chances are the recreation center is one...

  • The Trick to Managing Multiple Facilities

    College campuses can be rather large, spanning miles and Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, is no exception. The campus spans across nearly 9,000 acres,...

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