Campus Recreation

The stress and anxiety of school weigh in on college students and overwhelm them, causing students to preform poorly in their classes.
Recreation and relaxation is very important for success in college.

Being physically active is one of the best stress relievers.

Colleges and universities ought to invest in facilities and encourage students to be active in order to reduce stress levels and help students become more productive.

Students can use the gym.

They can join intramural teams...

...or just play with friends.

Students can spend time enjoying the outdoors.

Walking or biking to class is also one of the many ways to be active around campus.

With more recreation, students will be more relaxed and therefore more productive in school.

If colleges and universities invest in recreation, they will also be investing in their students and their students future's.

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