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.
As campus recreation strives to develop those healthy and inclusive communities, it is with understanding that this necessitates work and impact outside of our own facility walls. That work requires partnership and collaboration.
Love Yourself Week—an initiative which promotes self-love, self-care, and self-empowerment on campus—was celebrated on the University of Arkansas campus from February 13-17.
NIRSA has partnered with Kollegetown Sports to give NIRSA members a chance to buy their own NIRSA gear. The NIRSA gear store will be open from February 21 through March 7.
Check out the latest issue of the SportRisk newsletter for tips for implementing a concussion protocol in campus recreation departments.
NIRSA is excited to announce a late addition to the NIRSA 2017 Annual Conference Program! Attendees will now have an opportunity to participate in a roundtable discussion about concussions.
Join us in welcoming our new professional, student, institutional and associate members who are now part of the NIRSA community. The following members joined NIRSA as of February 15, 2017.
As part of National Nutrition Month (NNM), throughout March, NIRSA member colleges and universities are finding ways to educate students and promote healthy nutrition on campus.
NIRSA is excited to announce its new Leadership Community of Practice online community and resource library for members. Check out the wide array of resources designed to help your efforts around intentional leadership development.
Thursday, February 23 has been designated “Canada Day” at NIRSA 2017 and to commemorate the occasion, Canada-specific educational sessions, a Canadian leadership summit, and a Canadian Celebration Social will all take place at NIRSA 2017.
The 2017 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute Committee is excited to announce that Paul “Whitey” Kapsalis will be the opening and closing keynote speaker for the 2017 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute!
NIRSA has extended the deadline to apply to serve as the 2019 Conference Program Committee Chair! Consider using your talents to help shape the future of NIRSA and apply today.
Earlier this week, the NIRSA Board of Directors took the final step required by the Association’s Regional Composition Policy and, with the passing of a resolution, formally established Canada as a distinct region of NIRSA!
The 2017 ERSLC marked the 25th anniversary of the conference that started out as the Emerging Minority Leaders Workshop. Attendees descended on Jackson State University’s Walter Payton Center for the three-day conference.
Applications to serve as a regional coordinator for NIRSA Championship Series Soccer are now open. We currently have openings in Regions I, III, IV, and V.
91% of college students have their phones within arms-reach 24/7 and they’re actually on their phones 8-10 hours a day. It’s time to utilize these statistics to your advantage.
Two years ago, Campus Rec at Portland State University took a critical look at its brand; Marketing and Outreach Coordinator Erin Merz shares what they've learned in the years since.
Join NIRSA President Stacey Hall for a few minutes as she shares what she is looking forward to most ahead of this year’s NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo; and another installment of Humans of NIRSA.
The 2017 NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo is proud to feature a standalone general session panel entitled “Creating a Culture of Health and Wellbeing” on Wednesday, February 22 from 3:30pm-4:30pm.
Engagement and Employability will be released in March 2017, but is already available for preorder on the NAPSA website. The book will also be the subject of a 2017 NASPA Annual Conference panel.