This research’s primary aim is to investigate the correlation between perceived
“satisfactory level” and problems related to exercise facilities of universities and colleges.
Literature analysis methodology is employed: past studies and researches are used as foundations and reference for this research, and collected data are organized and classified to augment this study. The conclusion discovers that satisfactory level plays a key role in whether participants are willing to pursue an activity; however, several factors are at work in whether event planners and participants are satisfied with exercise facilities. Thus, a multi-perspective approach should be taken in the consideration of satisfactory level to ensure that all parties involved can have a remarkable and very satisfactory experience. This paper proposes the following suggestions: (1) Current students: integrate network resources and educate students with relevant sports exercise information, (2) Community residents: improve exercise facilities and quality within schools, (3) School sports divisions: utilize the multi-usage and safety of facilities and space, as well as ensure vocational training to relevant service personnel.