2017 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute 2017-04-25T16:10:38+00:00

2017 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute

June 21-23, 2017 • Virginia Beach

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“Developing and Serving the New Student Athlete”

 The Collegiate Sport Club Institute brings students and professionals in the area of Sport Clubs management together for networking and sharing.

Offered every other year, the institute program focuses on current issues and highlights upcoming trends. In addition, representatives from Sport Governing Bodies are available for interaction with attendees.

Learn more about Collegiate Sport Club 2017

Registration

The deadline for early bird pricing is May 10

Click below to see pricing and policies.

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2016 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute Pricing

Attendee Registration Options
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Early Bird on or before May 10, 2017 Regular after May 10, 2017
Professional/Student
Member
from a Member Institution $430 $500
from a Non-Member Institution $480 $550
Additional member from Same Member Institution $380 $450
Nonmember
(Professional/Student)
from a Member Institution $565 $635
from a Non-Member Institution $600 $670
One-Day Registration–Professional/Student Rate (Wednesday | Thursday | Friday) from a Member Institution $235 $285
from a Non-Member Institution $285 $335
Associate Contact (attending only*) $495 $565
Additional Associate Contact from same Member Company (attending only*) $230 $300
Nonmember (Associate Contact) $650 $720
One-Day Associate Registration–Rate (Wednesday | Thursday | Friday) from a Member Institution $290 $340
from a Non-Member Institution $340 $410
Register for the 2016 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Institute

2016 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute Expo Pricing

Expo Registration Options
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Early Bird on or before May 10, 2017 Regular after May 10, 2017
Full Access to Institute Associate Member-Company (includes 1 badge) $650 $720
Additional Badge(s) $200/ea $270/ea
Associate Nonmember-Company (includes 1 badge) $905 $975
Additional Badge(s) $300 $370
Exhibiting Only Associate Member-Company (includes 1 badge) $330 $400
Additional Badge(s) $25/ea $30/ea
Associate Nonmember-Company (includes 1 badge) $545 $615
Additional Badge(s) $50/ea $60/ea
Sponsors Additional Badge(s) $150/ea $200/ea
National/Sport Governing Bodies Member $175 $245
Non-Member $200 $270

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Topic Areas

This year’s institute theme is “Developing and Serving the New Student Athlete.” Collegiate recreation professionals have a unique opportunity to not only provide athletic opportunities for students, but to also help develop them into future leaders and productive citizens.

Student Development

Officer development, leadership education, councils/executive boards, and student staff supervisors

Risk and Safety Management

Athletic training/sports medicine, concussion education & management, hazing prevention, alcohol education & policies, and travel/lodging policies

Program Administration

Coaches/advisors involvement, assessment, alumni relations, tiers, point systems, recruitment, and retention

Financial Management

Budgeting, fundraising, allocations, and coach stipends

Event Management

Facility usage/agreements, insurance, marketing and publicity, and staff supervision

The Collegiate Sports Club Committee has recommended the following specific session topics:

  • Student Officer Training

  • Fundraising Methods

  • Sport Club Culture

  • Roles of Coaches and Advisors

  • How to Utilize Safety Officers

  • How to Utilize Event Supervisors

Presentations

Presentation Proposals will open soon
The call for presentations proposals has passed. Presenters will be notified soon about their session status. More information about the 2017 educational sessions will be available in April.
Presenter guidelines and resources

CONTENT HIDDEN.

Keynote Speaker – Joey Crawford

Over more than three decades in the NBA, Joe Crawford has officiated 2,556 regular season and 344 Playoff games, including 50 NBA Finals games. Crawford’s Playoff and NBA Finals totals are the most among active NBA officials. Over his career, Crawford has officiated the 1986, 1992 and 2000 NBA All-Star Games, as well as the 1993 McDonald’s Championship in Munich, Germany. Crawford has announced his retirement at the conclusion of the 2015-16 NBA season.

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Sport Governing Bodies

NIRSA is hoping to grow Sport Governing Body participation in the 2017 Collegiate Sport Club Institute and will be inviting Governing Bodies to share the following with Institute attendees: their goals, rules and policies, student development practices, budget information, league and national tournament information, current practices in risk management, levels of communication, and student expectations.

It was a great opportunity to put faces with the names of people I’ve been working with for years.

Sandy Sanderson, CollClubSports

This was a great opportunity to network with the club sports administrators I work with on a daily basis. Allowed our organization to get personal feedback on the job we’re doing and how we can make our sport and interactions with their departments even better.

Ty Krajec, USA Ultimate

It was great to meet the club sport representatives and share information about my organization.

Jen Gray, USA Rugby

Pricing

Professional & Student Registration Pricing Early Bird
on/before May 11
Regular
after May 11
Professional/Institutional Member $385 $455
Additional Member from same Member Institution $360 $430
Professional/Non-Institutional Member $435 $505
Individual Non-Member/Member Institution $520 $590
Individual Non-Member/Non-Member Institution $535 $625
One Day (Member) $200 $270

Associate Registration Pricing Early Bird
on/before May 11
Regular
after May 11
One Associate Contact $450 $520
One Associate Contact Non-Member $600 $670
One Day (Associate Member) $200 $270

Register for the 2016 Intramural Sports Institute
Register Today!

Preconference Activities

Connecting through the 2016 NIRSA Intramural Sports Institute Connect Community is a great way to find a friend to join you on a tour of the ballpark.

Schedule of Events

Schedule

Review the 2015 Program.

DoubleTree by Hilton Virginia Beach

Rate

$179/night + tax for single
$189/night + tax for double

Reservations

Attendees can make reservations online or by calling 1-800-222-TREE and requesting the NIRSA group rate. Reservations need to be made no later than Saturday, May 20, 2017 to confirm the discounted group rate.

Roommate matching will become available with the opening of registration.

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The NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute delivers valuable information for a wide range of attendees

  • Experienced sport club professionals who lead, develop, or oversee sport clubs on campuses and are interested in revitalizing their programs.
  • New sport club professionals who are interested in learning more about developing collegiate sport clubs.
  • Student leaders who are members or leaders of sport clubs and/or interested in careers related to recreation sports.
  • Parks and recreation professionals who organize sports leagues and are interested in enhancing their programs.
  • Vendors who are looking to showcase their products and network with sport club professionals.

    Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting? Email Heidi Cleary to discuss options! 541-766-8211.
    Download Sponsorship Menu PDF

I love the small, tight knit community at the Sport Club Institute. It’s much easier to network in a smaller setting where everyone can relate to sport clubs. I really felt part of the NIRSA family at the 2015 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Clubs Institute.

Jeremy Fritz, Duke University

I took 3 of our Sport Club Executive Board (all students), this was a great experience for them. They came away with a greater appreciation for Sport Clubs and they are FULL of ideas on ways to improve our program.

Jean Holt, Old Dominion University

This was a great opportunity to network with the club sports administrators I work with on a daily basis. Allowed our organization to get personal feedback on the job we’re doing and how we can make our sport and interactions with their departments even better.

Ty Krajec, USA Ultimate

The Sport Club Institute is a great way to learn about the profession we love and network with colleagues and friends to make Sport Clubs better on our campuses. The Institute is great for young and experienced professionals and would be great for students to see what Sport Clubs have in store.

Mario Rios, The University of Texas at San Antonio

Special thanks to the
2017 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute Committee

Mandy Madden (Chair), University of Notre Dame

Ryan Bradshaw (Consultant), George Mason University

Rahim Booth, Coppin State University

Kristen Drapp LaFleur, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

Joshua Hamilton, Georgia Institute of Technology

Jean Holt, Old Dominion University

Jenny Larson, Elon University

Ashley Lax, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Mario Rios, Texas State University

Brittany Rejda, NIRSA Headquarters

For more information, contact NIRSA Assistant Director of Professional Development, Brittany Rejda.