Campus Recreation is partnering with 360 Architecture to get input regarding the changes students would like to see in indoor and outdoor facilities.
Campus Recreation staff created a survey to gather feedback from a random sample of UNC students. The survey’s suggestions for change range from more cardiovascular equipment to a lazy river and water slides.
“This is kind of a one-time, maybe once every 10 years, type of thing,” said director of Campus Recreation Bill Goa.
Additional methods to compile feedback included focus groups and Campus Recreation open houses.
Goa said the purpose of the assessments is to ensure that the facilities are meeting the needs of students and staff.
“We thought we’d get a baseline of what we have and then recommendations and a five- or 10-year roadmap to determine what the facilities need to start programming,” he said.
Goa said Campus Recreation will receive recommendations from the results of the survey after Jan. 1.
A course of action and a budget will be determined based on feedback from students and from 360 Architecture, Goa said.