Sentence correction: "A well maintained campus environment..."

Hello,

How does the following sentence sound to you?

“Therefore, a well maintained campus environment should be equally funded on both sports activities and library branches.”

Thanks

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Confusing. Do you mean

“Therefore, a well-maintained campus environment should be equally funded by both sports activities and library branches.”

or

“Therefore, a well-maintained campus environment should equally fund both sports activities and library branches.” ?

Thanks for the quick response.

None, I think.

The campus environment is created by the heads of the university and consists of sports activities, libraries and more. So far, so good, right? What I meant was that the university should grant both ramifications with an equal amount of money, thus maintaining a stable environment. I hope that made sense.

By the way, thank you for pointing out my typo.

Best regards

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How about this, then?

Therefore, a well-maintained campus environment should have both sports activities and library branches equally funded.

Simply put and effective.

Thank you!