The Registry of Collegiate Recreational Sports Professionals acknowledges and confers distinction upon recognized collegiate recreational sports professionals. Through documentation of formal education, applied experience, and an individual’s commitment to behavior that exemplifies high moral character, the Registry of Collegiate Recreational Sports Professionals heightens credibility in the collegiate recreational sports profession by endorsing professionals who meet established qualification and commit to actively continuing in their education and professional engagement.
The Standards of Conduct speak to individuals behavior within and outside their place of employment, involvement in scholarship, authorship, and voluntary leadership activities in professional organizations, including but not limited to, NIRSA. Applicants to the Registry of Collegiate Recreational Sports Professionals must agree to uphold the Standards of Conduct to become a “Registered Collegiate Recreational Sports Professional” (RCRSP). Renewal applicants must reaffirm their commitment to uphold the Standards of Conduct to maintain their place on the Professional Registry. The Standards of Conduct, adopted by the NIRSA Board of Directors for the Registry of Collegiate Recreational Sports Professionals on June 16, 2010, are as follows: