Designing Engaging Recreation Facilities

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Add to Calendar 2014-09-22 00:00:00 2014-09-22 00:00:00 Designing Engaging Recreation Facilities Recreation facilities can improve campus enrollment and retention if designed properly. The challenge is building a facility that integrates the social and physical needs of students. By addressing the many needs of students, campuses can develop a flexible design and build a recreation facility that engages the entire student body. This conference includes expert-led sessions on design best practice, a site visit, and methods for incorporating student services into recreation facilities. Learn more about this conference. Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Recreation facilities can improve campus enrollment and retention if designed properly. The challenge is building a facility that integrates the social and physical needs of students. By addressing the many needs of students, campuses can develop a flexible design and build a recreation facility that engages the entire student body. This conference includes expert-led sessions on design best practice, a site visit, and methods for incorporating student services into recreation facilities. Learn more about this conference.


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