The 2020 Recreation Movement initiative—from NIRSA and Riddle & Bloom, in collaboration with scores of colleges and universities—has recently been recognized by the Center for Association Leadership (ASAE) with a Power of A Award Silver Award for 2020!
NIRSA and Riddle & Bloom are proud to announce that the 2020 Recreation Movement is being revamped! This virtual program will launch anew on Monday, August 31 as the Fall Recreation Movement.
As the continuation of social distancing was pushed further out, the 2020 Recreation Movement made the decision to extend its timeline through the summer.
Volunteer NIRSA leaders from the State of Montana have brought forth an official request for regional realignment, proposing to change their regional affiliation within NIRSA from Region V to Region VI.
NIRSA members in the newly-established Canadian Region recently voted via electronic elections to fill the open positions on the NIRSA Member Network and the Canadian Regional Leadership Team.
Announcing the slate of candidates standing for the 2017 NIRSA Canadian regional leadership team.
NIRSA will hold elections in April for the open Canadian Member Network positions. There will be three open positions. Apply today and serve!
There are numerous individuals in the collegiate recreation field who both propel NIRSA forward—helping us reach our loftier goals—and maintain a local focus, ensuring the unique member voices of their regions are heard. Nominations for a NIRSA Regional Award of Merit are due by November 15!