June 2020
Creating and Connecting Communities on Campus
As universities look to safely welcome back students, the design of on-campus recreation centers will be more important than ever. Why? Click here to read the full article, which includes insight from RDG's Tom Ohle on the power recreation centers have to positively impact users' physical, emotional and mental well-being.
Coronavirus Resources for Campus Recreation
We've found NIRSA's coronavirus-related resources to be helpful and we think you will too. Click here to access roundtable discussions, up-to-date information and guidelines on campus recreation in the time of COVID-19.
LEEDing the Way for Sustainable College Campus Design
Now the fifth LEED certified building on campus, our design for the Wake Forest Wellbeing Center elevates not only the university's environmental mission, but the physical, mental and overall health and well-being of its students. Read more about the facility's sustainable design here.
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