All posts tagged "March-April 2019"

  • An Agent of Change

    Budgets and buildings must not be a barrier. The above statement was made by Mila Padgett during a NIRSA 2016 talk show panel. It stemmed...

  • Beneath the Surface

    With 800,000 square feet of space, as well as 72 acres of natural and artificial grass surfaces, there’s definitely a lot to think about when...

  • More Than Just a Trend

    Students are seeking more well-rounded lifestyles to achieve greater physical, mental and emotional states. To meet this increasing need among students, rec centers are making...

  • Lost and Found

    When you look around your facility, the question isn’t who is there, but rather who isn’t? Jen Armbruster, the coordinator of inclusive rec and community...

  • Proactive Pools

    While the game of Risk is that — simply a game — the concept of risk is not to be played with in aquatics. You...

  • The Price is Right

    Everyone likes to save money. Countless organizations across the country — including campus rec centers — dedicate meetings every year to determine the best ways...

  • Ask the Expert: Budgeting

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This month, Skyler Rorabaugh, the director of Campus Recreation at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs,...

  • Thirsty Thursday

    Nutrition education is an increasingly common offering in campus recreation. To help generate interest in healthy eating from its student population, the University of Rhode...

  • How to Use the Powerful Recruiting Tool

    Campus Rec and Wellness Centers (CRWC) continue to be an increasingly powerful recruiting tool. Students now expect to see clean, bright and well-equipped centers on...

  • Embrace the Virtual

    Most collegiate recreation departments are committed to providing opportunities for every student on campus. However, achieving full participation is a monumental goal. Most recreation centers...