All posts tagged "student development"

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Words of Wisdom from Building Blocks Experts

    Reflection is critical to success, and as 2018 ends and 2019 begins, it’s the perfect time to look back. In each print issue’s Building Blocks...

  • ’57

    In 1957, the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center (the CoRec) opened. As one of the first standalone recreation centers in the country — an accolade...

  • The Final Exam: Six Questions with Amy Swingle

    The Final Exam is your chance to get advice and insights from experts in the industry. For the November/December issue, Campus Rec spoke with Amy Swingle, the director of...

  • How (and Why) Stony Brook Implemented So Many New Wellness Programs

    Wellness programs are becoming increasingly common on college campuses, as rec centers begin to expand their focuses beyond just workouts for students. Campus recreation is...

  • Be Well

    Campus recreation is growing beyond just intramural sports and exercise classes. Through the implementation of well-being programs, campus rec departments across the country are helping...

  • Open Invitation

    There are very few certainties in life. The sun will come up in the morning, you’ll get your tax return a month late, and college...

  • An Inside Look at MIT’s 3-2-1 Model

    Creating revenue opportunities is one of the most difficult challenges facing campus rec departments. Tim Mertz, the director of campus recreation at MIT, sought to...