"Campus Auxiliary Facilities: Universities Strive to Accommodate Student Desires and Future Trends"
Author: Dessoff, Alan
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: May/June 2007
Students' needs and demands and competition for new students are driving changes in campus auxiliary facilities, with the result that facilities managers and other administrators are renovating and building facilities that provide the lifestyle and technological advances students require. Reviews trends in campus housing, food service, student unions, and campus bookstores. Lists names and websites of CHEMA auxiliary associations.
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