All posts tagged "campus rec facility"

  • Studio Series Stability Ball

    Power Systems introduces the latest addition to the Studio Series – the new Stability Ball. Designed to withstand the high-volume usage of a campus recreation...

  • Facility Basics Help Rec Centers Run Smoothly

    Several components make up a successful campus rec department, but what can often be overlooked are the facility basics. Without the right facility to support...

  • University of Virginia

    University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA MISSION STATEMENT Intramural-Recreational Sports (IM-Rec Sports) at the University of Virginia serves the university community through first-class recreational engagement that...

  • Synthetic Turf: The Answer to Sports Flooring

    Synthetic turf for use in sporting applications has been around since the 1960s, but the turf of today is lightyears beyond the old rug-like surfaces....

  • Ask the Expert: Cameron Adams

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This month, Cameron Adams, the coordinator of facility operations at Washington State University Recreation, shares advice on...

  • CAUTION: Slippery When Dirty

    We have all heard of NBA games being interrupted due to the basketball floor being too slippery for the high paid athletes to use the...

  • Space Transformation

    After touring campus recreation centers across North America, I don’t think I have ever heard a director or team complain about having more space than...

  • Laying the Groundwork

    Making your campus the most attractive option to potential students is a monumental task, and also one of the most important to keep a college...

  • Diving Deep into ‘Going Green’

    Swimming pool pump rooms are among the areas most scrutinized when university facilities undergo ‘energy audits’ due to the amount of energy consumed by pumps,...

  • Illinois State University

    Illinois State University Normal, IL MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to enhance the quality of life of our unique members by educating and encouraging active...