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  • Time for an Upgrade

    They call it the Loveliest Village on the Plains for a reason. Tucked away along the eastern border of the state of Alabama, two hours...

  • 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...

  • Making A Splash

    If you’re having trouble maintaining strong participation in aquatics, it might be time to look beyond your usual programming. Hosting a special, once-a-year event is...

  • 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...

  • Officially Official

    Finding the right people to officiate intramurals may seem tough, especially if you’re establishing a new program. Participants can get a bit competitive in the...

  • 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...

  • The Final Exam: Six Questions with Greg Avakian

    The Final Exam is your chance to get advice and insights from experts in the industry. For the May/June issue, Campus Rec spoke with Greg Avakian, the director of...

  • Utah’s Crimson Crew

    Spectacular is the word Mary Bohlig, the director of campus recreation at the University of Utah, used to describe her surroundings. So it’s no wonder...

  • Rec Center, Times Two

    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) needed an upgrade. The recreation weight room on campus was built in 1999, and it had long since become outdated....

  • Ask the Expert: Cynthia Dywan

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This month, Cynthia Dywan, the interim outdoor program coordinator at the University of Wyoming, shares on outdoor...