All posts tagged "programming"

  • If You Build It, They Will Come

    Getting students interested in fitness programs can be difficult. What you need is creative programming that catches the eye of the busy student. “College kids...

  • 10 Questions to Ask in Implementing an Innovative Class

    Innovative programming and new fitness tools can inspire and change the energy of your fitness environment, no matter the facility type. Campus rec facilities can...

  • Developing Group X: Why It’s Worth Offering

    Students are seeking more from their workout experiences than just a big room with weights. More often than not, they’re seeking community as well as...

  • Developing Group X: Challenges

    Students are seeking more from their workout experiences than just a big room with weights. More often than not, they’re seeking community as well as...

  • At the Roots

    Students leaving the DePaul University rec center may have the typical “fitness” items in their hands — water bottles, gym bags or headphones. But, they also...

  • Ask the Expert: Benjamin Pazian

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This month, Benjamin Pazian, the aquatics coordinator at the University of South Florida, shares advice on...

  • 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...