The NIRSA Assembly is currently looking at the implications of current social issues and the impacts they have on campus recreation. Please complete an anonymous short survey to help the Assembly better guide its research.
As an association, NIRSA strives to monitor and track policy and legislative issues with the potential to impact our members or the campus communities they serve; see the Active Policy Solutions updates from December 2.
Congratulations to the movers and shakers within NIRSA who have recently changed jobs within the collegiate recreation profession!
NIRSA family, YOU DID IT. Not only did you crush the $2,500 match challenge offered by Hughes Group Architects, but 137 of you raised a #GivingTuesday record $10,560 supporting the future of campus rec.
The Juliette Moore Distinguished Leadership Award recognizes those individuals who best exemplify the hard work and dedication that go into the continuing creation of a diverse and inclusive community. Submit a nomination by January 17.
Earlier this month, the student leaders and community athletes of Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins, Colorado celebrated being named one of the ESPN Top 5 Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools.
It was a record-breaking season for NIRSA Foundation scholarships and travel grants! Thank you to everyone who applied.
NIRSA’s Government Affairs Committee allows us as an association to figure out how to best continue fulfilling our mission, living up to our values, and providing the opportunities to recreate that we do.
We caught up with David Crawford, Director of Recreation Services at Saint Martin’s University to get to know him and hear about what’s happening in the world of recreation and wellness at SMU.
We’re excited to announce that registration is open for the 2020 NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo! This premier professional development event is taking place in Phoenix, Arizona from April 18–21.