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NIRSA’s Institutional Data Set (IDS), the Association’s benchmarking resource, is currently open for a new year of data collection. Participate today to get discounts on future reports.
Qualified recreation professionals who contribute to the On-Demand Salary Benchmarking platform will not only have access to results and filtering capabilities within the platform, but will also receive a discount on the next salary report.
Are you maximizing your benefits as a NIRSA professional member? Did you know that NIRSA’s facility benchmarking resource, the NIRSA Institutional Data Set (IDS), has recently opened a new year of data collection?
NIRSA’s partnership with The Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) provides NIRSA members with access to standards that can be used to assess the quality and strength of their recreation programs.
Have you ever wondered how your salary ranks? If so, NIRSA’s Campus Recreation Salary Benchmarking Report: 2017 & 2018 provides an easy-to-understand overview of compensation data collected from over 800 full-time, professional recreation positions.
Is your recreation department represented in NIRSA’s benchmarking reports? NIRSA’s Institutional Data Set—the profession’s benchmarking resource for rec facilities, programs, and operations—provides members with access to key performance indicators and other critical metrics.
Alongside the release of NIRSA’s newest Campus Recreation Salary Report is a suite of salary benchmarking resources which will provide members with a range of options to meet their campus recreation benchmarking needs.
The newest version of NIRSA’s Campus Reaction Salary Report is now available! This latest report presents results in a new format which is intended to provide greater ease in interpretation and application.
NIRSA members now have access to “Benefits of campus recreation: Results of the 2011-2016 Recreation and Wellness Benchmark,” a resource intended to enhance the understanding of campus recreation participation, among other things, in college students.