May-June 2019

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Washington State University

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 on the Pullman campus, serving…

Ask the Expert: Green Technology

Colorado State University

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.  What is your role when…

Revamping Marshall’s Mission Statement

Marshall University

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, after several months of reading…

Take the Leap

University of New Mexico

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 residence life staff. The RAs…

LEED-ing Green Initiatives

The University of Oregon

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is one of the most popular green building certification programs used in campus recreation. The program works as a rating system of certified,…

Swimming Through a Revenue Stream

The University of Tennessee Chattanooga

When it comes to making money in your campus rec center, you might think of selling memberships and access to fitness classes, but what about the multiple avenues for revenue…

Flooring Selection Should be a Priority

Flooring often gets treated like an afterthought during the selection process in a fitness facility. Flooring is always needed, but there is hardly ever enough research done before making the…

The Final Exam: Six Questions with Caesar

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 Caesar Wood, the previous executive director of campus recreation at The University…

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