2019 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute Home2018-10-07T11:45:39+00:00

2019 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute

June 19-21, 2019 | Anaheim, California

Keynote Speaker
Sport Governing Bodies
Hotel & Travel

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.

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

  • 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
  • Vendors who are looking to showcase their products and network with sport club professionals
  • Parks and recreation professionals who organize sports leagues and are interested in enhancing their programs
NIRSA Registry

Attendees may earn NIRSA CEUs to apply toward the Registry of Collegiate Recreation Sports Professional (RCRSP) credential.


Registration information coming soon

Registration information will be posted here as it becomes available.

Presentation Proposals & Topics

The call for presentations will begin in late fall 2018. Please check back for more information.

  • Specialized programming—intramural, sport clubs, fitness, etc.—or programming for special populations
  • Effective program development, scheduling, and delivery
  • Trends in recreational sports as well as health and wellness theories and models
  • Professionalism and ethics
  • Student development theories
  • Participation-based philosophical perspectives
  • Standards of practice, issues of equity and diversity, and student affairs issues and theories
  • Problem solving
  • Prioritization
  • Adaptability
  • Networking
  • Analytical skills

Submit a Presentation Proposal

Submit a Proposal

The deadline to submit a presentation proposal is December 14, 2018.

Schedule of Events

Information on the schedule will be coming soon.

For reference check out the 2017 schedule of events.

Download the 2017 Triventure App

Save your schedule, share your photos, and connect with other attendees!

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Keynote & Invited Speakers

Information about the keynote speaker will be coming soon.

Preconference Activities

Coming soon

Sport Governing Bodies

NIRSA is hoping to grow Sport Governing Body (SGB) participation in the 2019 Collegiate Sport Club Institute and will be inviting SGBs 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.

Hotel & Travel

Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel

900 South Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, CA 92802

tel: 714-234-2413

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$179/night + tax for single

$179/night + tax for double

$179/night + tax for triple

$179/night + tax for quad


Attendees can make reservations by calling 1-844-227-8535 x3885 and requesting the NIRSA group rate, more information about reserving online will be made available soon. Reservations need to be made no later than Tuesday, May 28, 2019 to confirm the discounted group rate.

Roommate matching will become available with the opening of registration.



With Service as one of our association’s strategic values, the 2019 ERSL Conference presents its attendees with volunteer opportunities in order to serve during the conference. Session monitors and registration managers are the two volunteer positions that this conference offers over its three days in Florida. Through this act of service, volunteers will be able to interact and connect with colleagues, get involved in very important capacities, and assist in the overall operation and success of the conference.

Please contact Corbin Ross if you are interested in volunteering during the 2019 ERSL Conference, or for more details.

Special thanks to the 2019 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Committee

  • Mario Rios, Texas State University

  • Mandy Madden, University of Notre Dame

  • Kristen Drapp LaFleur, University of Illinois At Urbana- Champaign

  • Jenny Larson, Elon University

  • Ashley Lax, University of Wisconsin- Madison

  • Jonathan Elliott, University of Arkansas

  • Sean Willett, Georgia Southern University – Armstrong Campus

  • Abby Van Note, University of Wisconsin- Madison

  • Brittany Rejda, NIRSA Headquarters

Thanks to our sponsors

Need more information?

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