The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council has been working to give colleagues some insight into various approaches to implementing concussion protocols. Oklahoma State University is pleased to share in this series.
It is just before 6:00pm on Sunday, January 6, 2019 and the end of an era has arrived. After 39 years, the University of West Florida has finished hosting its last extramural flag football tournament.
I want others to see how important the Foundation is to NIRSA and how their contribution—whether time, money, or talents—translates to meaningful opportunities that can be shared by all members of the Association.
At NIRSA 2019, the Assembly will host “Tell Our Story. Sell Our Impact. Share Our Vision.” Please join us for a discussion on advocating for collegiate recreation as the higher education landscape evolves over time.
The 2019 NIRSA Collegiate Sport Club Institute takes place from June 19–21 in Anaheim, California and we're accepting presentation proposals! Don’t delay in submitting a proposal—the deadline to submit is Wednesday, February 27.
A lot of factors go into making a scholarly journal a premier publication. Paul Milton has made huge contributions to the Recreational Sports Journal.
Congratulations to the movers and shakers within NIRSA who have recently changed jobs within the collegiate recreation profession!
The NIRSA Flag Football Editorial Board was established to review and edit the NIRSA Flag & Touch Football Rules Book & Officials’ Manual. Applications are currently being accepted for six open positions on the board.
NIRSA Headquarters is working with Election America to conduct the Association’s 2019 NIRSA volunteer leadership elections. All student and professional members are eligible to vote.
NIRSA associate member ZOOOM App and an anonymous donor have partnered with the NIRSA Foundation for the second year in a row to support the Student Officials Development Campaign with a match challenge.