Western's recreational facilities, espe¬cially indoor facilities, fall notably short of those of the other regional universities and of that which is typical of well-funded private universities. On the other hand,"Western students have selected to attend Western, we know them to be very active in intramurals, and they express extremely high satisfaction with Western and with Western/Bellingham as a place to live. That is, we have reason to expect both that students may be satisfied and that they may be dissatisfied with the current recreational facilities at Western. The purpose of this survey is to bring evidence to bear on those possibilities.
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Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
College students--Washington (State)--Attitudes; College students--Recreation--Washington (State); Recreation centers--Washington (State)--Management; Sports facilities--Washington (State)--Management
Subjects - Names (LCNAF)
Western Washington University--Students--Attitudes
Simpson, Carl; Clark, Linda D. (Linda Darlene); and McKinney, Gary (Gary Russell), "Student Demand for Enhanced Recreational Facilities" (1996). Office of Survey Research. 566.