Colleges and universities across North America are playing a leading role promoting health and wellbeing among their students and even into their communities. York University in Toronto, Ontario is having an impact on the fitness and lifestyle of more than just its students. Serving 53,000 students, York University is the third largest school in Canada […]
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What an end of summer we have had. From protests at Charlottesville to the first solar eclipse since 1979 to the tragedy of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, it has been an emotional time for many.
NIRSA is looking for volunteers to help plan and deliver the 2018 NIRSA Recreation Facilities Institute, presented by Mondo.
NIRSA is proud to announce two new additions to the Member Discounts & Rewards program: Hotel Planner and the Canadian Red Cross!
This year, we’re hoping to capture the inspiration, fun, and excitement of the NIRSA Annual Conference on video—and we want you to help us! All you need is a cell phone capable of taking web-quality video.
NIRSA's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission invites you to review resources to expand your understanding on vital topics of equity, diversity, or inclusion.
Spend a few minutes with NIRSA President Stacey Hall to learn more about recent local NIRSA events and about upcoming opportunities to get involved with the Association in the weeks, months, and year ahead.
The 2017 NIRSA Triventure won’t happen without the help of generous and dedicated volunteer members! Apply by October 12 to be a part of—and the catalyst for—an outstanding event.
Given the funding challenges for many, the NIRSA Foundation is excited to announce a continued partnership with NIRSA associate member Core Health & Fitness for the fourth year in a row.
By Emily Hughes
Over the last week and a half, we have watched and listened to the reports of the devastating fire in Fort McMurray, Canada. It is being reported that over 500,000 acres have been torched and the fire is still continuing to burn. The nearly 80, 000 residents of Fort McMurray have been relocated […]