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  • Money Talk

    Your No. 1 customers are your students. As such, you shouldn’t be afraid to talk money with them. “Transparency is my most important budget management...

  • The Flooring ‘Wow Factor’

    Gymnasiums in schools, universities and recreation centers are increasingly viewed as a symbol of pride. They embody the school colors, mascot and design of the...

  • How to Enter College Esports

    Sports is a definitive piece of the American college experience. On the surface, college sports are an Ohio State versus Michigan football game in late...

  • Sound Mind, Sound Body and the Freshman 15

    Competition for incoming students is often influenced by the recreational facilities available to them. However, it is more than just a bargaining chip for choosy...

  • The Final Exam: Six Questions With Nathan

    The Final Exam is your chance to get advice and insights from experts in the industry. For the July/August issue, Campus Rec spoke with Nathan A. Scott, the interim...

  • One WSU

    Since opening in 2001, the Student Recreation Center at Washington State University (WSU) has seen over 12 million uses.  But, while the structure is located...

  • Ask the Expert: Green Technology

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This issue, Cassiopeia Camara, the administrative assistant at Colorado State University (CSU), shares on green technology. ...

  • Revamping Marshall’s Mission Statement

    Annually, the campus recreation department at Marshall University meets to evaluate where they are and where they want to go as a team.  This year,...

  • What’s Trending in the World of Intramural Sports

    What’s trending in the world of intramural sports? Three schools weigh in on what they’ve seen in terms of trends. Plus, they break down how...

  • Take the Leap

    With about 1,900 undergrads, Lincoln Memorial University’s campus recreation relies heavily on partnerships. Director Zach Churchill said one of his biggest partnerships is with the...