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  • Music Matters

    You may not spend much time thinking about the music playing at your campus facility, but what you should know is music makes a difference....

  • Maximizing the Value

    A refreshing alternative to traditional workout spaces, the outdoor gym concept has been gaining popularity on campuses across the country. These unique amenities don’t require...

  • Engage your Campus with Comprehensive Marketing

    When one thinks of marketing, they may be thinking of in-your-face promotions, advertising and other “noise.” In reality, marketing is about understanding the student’s perception...

  • The Final Exam: Six Questions with Rusty

    The Final Exam is your chance to get advice and insights from experts in the industry. For the November/December issue, Campus Rec spoke with Rusty Vineyard,...

  • The 90 Percent

    Busting at the seams is how to describe the University of Connecticut’s (UConn) old recreation center. At 29,000 square feet, it is dwarfed by the...

  • Ask the Expert: Group X

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This month, Casey Plastek, the assistant director at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, shares...

  • Becoming a Better Bulldog at Truman

    At Truman State University, Janes Dreamweaver, the director of fitness and wellness for campus recreation, is going above and beyond to make wellness accessible in...

  • The Great Outdoors

    After 20 minutes in a natural setting, cortisol levels decrease significantly, as reported by the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. In fact,...

  • An Inclusive Approach to Locker Room Renovations

    When renovating your campus rec center, locker rooms may be the last area you think about. But in keeping up with trends, it should be...

  • Aquatics Staffing: Personality vs. Skill

    When safety is involved, hiring aquatics staff is not taken lightly. Beneath the surface, there is much more to the job than being certified. “When...