In Print

  • Yes Man

    Willingness to help out is one thing. It’s something else entirely to say yes to every request. Marquette University’s rec center takes that willingness to...

  • Accept the Challenge to Improve Campus Quality of Life

    The average American college student spends as many as 16 hours a day indoors. A lot of this time indoors is inevitable. Classes, labs and...

  • Creating a Connected Fitness Experience

    It’s human nature to seek connection, and the latest technology makes it possible to stay more connected to our families, friends and interests than ever...

  • Make a Plan

    A social revolution in fitness toward holistic health and wellness is shaping the design, purpose and layout of campus rec centers. Without abandoning their traditional purpose...

  • The Front Squat

    No one is disputing this fact: Squats are one of the best exercises a person can do in the gym. They are consistently referred to...

  • The Final Exam: Six Questions with Amy Swingle

    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 Amy Swingle, the director of...

  • A Contemporary Rebirth

    Ground zero. That’s where Laura Hall started when arriving at Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) in August 2016. When Hall was presented the opportunity of campus...

  • Tip-Top Shape

    No one ever thinks about it until it causes trouble, but the condition of your intramural fields is important to students’ recreational experience. Most of the...

  • Be Well

    Campus recreation is growing beyond just intramural sports and exercise classes. Through the implementation of well-being programs, campus rec departments across the country are helping...

  • Be Safe or Dive Trying

    Everyone knows the “safety first” rule in rec centers, but this rule is never more critical than in your aquatics center, since safety — or...