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.
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.
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.
Disruptions caused by COVID-19 are affecting student mental health both academically and in their daily routines. Fortunately, campus recreation is positioned to help facilitate social support as a key factor in addressing emotional wellbeing.
Special Olympics is offering virtual youth leadership trainings and summits in the 2020-2021 year. These trainings are designed for both high school and college-aged students with and without intellectual disabilities.
NIRSA’s 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge © for Campus Recreation, supported by Mondo, begins on Monday, September 14. There's still time to challenge your team to build racial equity habits with you.
Two new volunteer leadership teams have been constituted. The NIRSA Championship Series Social Justice Task Force and Esports Task Force applications are open through September 11.
Campus recreation professionals and their student affairs colleagues are invited to be part of NIRSA’s 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge © for Campus Recreation.
NIRSA's Government Affairs Committee stays up-to-date on the latest federal and state policy and legislative news through a variety of scanning tools.
See how NIRSA institutional member The Ohio State University was able to use their established culture of wellbeing to continue succeeding in a virtual world.