It’s easier than ever for student staff to share their love for all things campus rec and inspire their own social circles to get involved in your school’s programs.
Brianne Fleming, marketing instructor at the University of Florida and a brand consultant, offers campus recreation professionals a few ways to highlight the people who bring your programs and offerings to life.
NIRSA members planning to attend the 2019 NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo taking place in Boston from February 16–19 can now download the NIRSA 2019 Guidebook® app!
Join us on Twitter on Wednesday, February 28 at 3:00pm EST for a conversation on "Professionalism & Networking"—follow the @RecChat handle to view the conversation and join in by using the #RecChat hashtag.
NIRSA has teamed-up with the marketing agency Riddle & Bloom (R&B) to expand opportunities for NIRSA member schools to activate students around recreation and wellness initiatives or products.
The NIRSA Creative Excellence Awards recognize NIRSA members’ outstanding accomplishments in marketing. Awards are conferred in nine categories and applications are due November 1.
The online NIRSA gear store is only open for one more week to allow for timely delivery, so don’t wait—place your order today! The store will close on Tuesday, March 7 at midnight PST.
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.
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.
Discover the top three reasons why your campus' rec center needs its own mobile app.