What does COVID-19 mean for intramural officials? Each campus will need to decide, but one thing is for certain: Measures to protect our health and safety should be the foremost concern for administrators everywhere.
In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, in-person fall events have been canceled. but NIRSA volunteers have been working to develop online programming to keep you informed and connected this fall.
Executive Director Pam Watts and NIRSA Foundation President Brent Harrison connected to discuss the recent initiative from the NIRSA Foundation offering COVID-19 relief for members facing hardship.
Introducing a a three-part series with black female recreation directors discussing aspects of being a black woman in campus recreation, presented by Tiffany Lomax.
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 September 17.
NIRSA members are encouraged to nominate their outstanding colleagues and stellar programs for consideration as an award recipient or apply to have their facility or marketing endeavors recognized. The deadline for nominations is November 16.
NIRSA is a member of the Coalition of Higher Education Associations for Substance Abuse Prevention (CoHEASAP), a group of organizations who collaborate on substance abuse prevention efforts within higher education.
Join us in welcoming our new professional, student, institutional and associate members who are now part of the NIRSA community. The following members joined NIRSA as of September 17, 2020.
Take a few minutes to sit-in with Pam and David as they talk about the core skills of campus recreation professionals and some upcoming events and NIRSA resources for career development.
Pam and Stefani connected on Instagram Live to discuss how Black women working in campus recreation are forming connections and networks to create community for these important voices in NIRSA.