As well as traditional activities, like gym and fitness classes, self-defence, and yoga and Pilates, there are lots of new activities being used by the colleges.
They include Raveminton, which involves playing badminton under ultra-violet (UV) lights with fluorescent lines, neon nets and shuttlecocks sprayed with UV paint.
Tag American football, bubble football – where five-a-side football players go up against each while wearing an inflatable orb – and Parkour are just some of the other more non-traditional activities we're funding to get students active.
The colleges have designed their projects to also help the students more broadly.
Many colleges will respond to mental health concerns about their students by establishing a mental health referrals system.
Others will also offer a ‘fit for work’ programme to prepare students for the physical demands of the workplace.