Students voted in support of a Rec Sports Master Plan that will significantly upgrade campus’ heavily used recreational sports facilities. The ASM Spring Elections were held from March 3-5 with a final vote of 12,070-1,914, accounting for 34.4% of the total campus. The project includes the construction of a new SERF, Natatorium and two outdoor […]Read more "Students vote in support of Rec Sports Master Plan"
With less than eight hours remaining to vote on the Master Plan, Rec Sports reminds students of the impact they have had on the process thus far. Should the referendum pass tonight, the campus will continue to be included in decisions and planning for new facilities. The Division thanks those who have shared their thoughts and ideas […]Read more "Students have guided the way for Rec Sports Master Plan"
In the days leading up to the referendum, much talk has surfaced regarding Athletics’ contribution to the Master Plan and to campus in general. The Athletics Department shed some light on the financial support it provides to campus in this article from The Cap Times. Rec Sports reminds students of the following facts related to voting on […]Read more "Athletics speaks out on financial contribution to campus"
Below is the estimated cash flow timeline for the Rec Sports Master Plan. Should additional funding become available, the seg fee contributions will continue to decrease. Additional funding may potentially become available after the referendum is passed, if students choose to support the Master Plan by voting in the ASM Spring Elections on March 3-5. Visit […]Read more "Cash flow timeline for Master Plan projects"