As the Unified Sports movement continues to grow on campuses from coast to coast, Rowan’s leadership will continue to be key in helping model the type of student development that comes from this opportunity.
The Department of Education released its proposed Title IX rule aimed at amending the regulations around implementation; a 60-day public comment period is now underway.
The NIRSA Board of Directors held their midyear meeting at California State University – Sacramento (Sac State), hosting a Town Hall with area members gathering at The WELL for a networking lunch and panel discussion.
NIRSA is proud to once again partner with ACHA to convene student health and wellness professionals, higher education officials, and policy leaders around building a culture of campus wellbeing.
“Employee Wellbeing: How-Tos and Takeaways from Two Successful Programs,” a joint webinar on employee wellbeing from NIRSA and CUPA-HR, is scheduled for Thursday, October 18 from 1:00-2:00pm ET.
An updated version of “Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success” has been endorsed by six associations, in addition to NIRSA and NASPA.
The Personal Health Investment Today (PHIT) Act has passed in the House of Representatives, with a vote of 277-142. The Senateis expected to vote on in late 2018.
The Active Minds Healthy Campus Award recognizes and celebrates U.S. colleges and universities that are promoting student mental health and creating a campus culture of wellbeing.
As part the Association’s ongoing partnership with Special Olympics, four NIRSA student officials were selected to take part in officiating Flag Football at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games.
The 2018 NIRSA Annual Conference is proud to feature a standalone general session panel entitled “Building a Culture of Health & Wellbeing: Moving from Vision to Action” on Monday, March 5 from 3:30pm-4:30pm.