Designed for coaches, officials, instructors, players, and fans, this easy-to-read rule book and officials’ manual reflects NIRSA’s commitment to the development of flag and touch football.
At Sam Houston State University, fitness and nutrition are viewed as two equally important components of wellbeing that the recreation department does its best to tackle head on for the sake of its student population.
Brian Luu, Assistant Director, UC Davis Campus Recreation–Living Well Unit explains why "fitness instructors are no longer just fitness instructors. They are ambassadors of wellness."
As we head into summer this year, we are excited to announce that three more leading organizations have signed on to Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success.
NIRSA President Leah Hall Dorthy explores what NIRSA members are doing, as an association of professionals, to evolve collegiate recreation to meet the needs of emerging professionals.
Congratulations to the movers and shakers within NIRSA who have recently changed jobs within the collegiate recreation profession!
The NIRSA Assembly, a forward-thinking leadership group, has focused discussion on the changing demographics and enrollment shifts expected to occur across the nation over the next decade.
The NIRSA Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointments to the NSC Board for the 2019-2022 term.
The NIRSA Foundation Board of Directors traveled to Oregon in early May for its orientation and face-to-face spring Board meetings.
NIRSA Connect is a great platform to collaborate with rec experts—and it just got even easier to engage with colleagues. NIRSA Community moderators began their leadership year and they’re excited to begin their work.