All posts tagged "operations"

  • The Basics of Facility Maintenance

    Great programming and staffing won’t amount to much if your rec center isn’t running properly. Any number of problems with lighting, flooring or any other...

  • Developing Group X: Why It’s Worth Offering

    Students are seeking more from their workout experiences than just a big room with weights. More often than not, they’re seeking community as well as...

  • Developing Group X: Challenges

    Students are seeking more from their workout experiences than just a big room with weights. More often than not, they’re seeking community as well as...

  • 12 Tips for Preparing Your Upcoming Budget

    Programming, marketing and facility management are all critical components of campus recreation, but it costs money to execute most anything. “Budget planning is a balance...

  • Equipped to Change

    Staying relevant necessitates staying on top of current trends in fitness. Since the needs of college students are constantly changing, it’s up to campus rec...

  • Reaching to the Top

    Is your facility ready for the growth of collegiate climbing? Is it prepared to reach new heights? All disciplines and forms of climbing have continued...

  • University of Alabama at Birmingham

    University of Alabama at Birmingham Birmingham, Alabama  MISSION STATEMENT The Department of Campus Recreation strives to enhance transformational learning and the quality of life for...

  • In Two Places at Once

    It’s difficult to expect the second of anything to be as good as the original — the same can be said for campus rec facilities....

  • The Best Budgeting Practices at Northeastern University

    Fitness programs, staff members and equipment are just some of the many components that make up a functioning campus recreation department. And while unique in...

  • Show Me the Money

    Intramural sports have been a mainstay of campus recreation for many years. They promote teamwork and sportsmanship, build relationships and keep students active. However, executing...