The Professional Registry Commission manages policies, standards, and other vital criteria to the Registry of Collegiate Recreational Sports Professionals.
To keep pace with the evolution of professional practice, the Registry Commission identified and now oversees the eight core competencies of collegiate recreation and reviews Continuing Education Units and Professional Involvement Credits that are integral to the Registry of Collegiate Recreational Sports Professionals.
In addition to serving as the governing body for The Registry, the Professional Registry Commission is committed to fostering purposeful, ongoing professional development opportunities; an example of such is the Commission’s current efforts in preparing for February 2014’s first wave of Registry renewal applicants.
Policies, standards, and other matters pertaining to the Registry of Collegiate Recreational Sports Professionals are managed by the Professional Registry Commission.
The Commission’s structure, qualifications, and responsibilities are endorsed by the NIRSA Board of Directors.
The Registry Commission year runs from July 1 – June 30, with Registry Commission members serving staggered three-year terms.