We hope you’ll follow the journey of women in NIRSA over the coming weeks—a journey that opened the way for future NIRSA leaders. Explore women making history during NIRSA’s founding and the early years.
NIRSA is launching the NIRSA Women+ Caucus. The Association strives to ensure that all individuals who identify as women are seen and represented.
The NIRSA Board of Directors has expanded on a recent statement opposing the increasing number of bills being introduced into state legislatures regarding transgender athletes’ participation in sports.
The Government Affairs Committee continues to track the bills targeting transgender sport participation as they make their way through the legislative process. How is your campus affected by these bills? Take the survey today!
The Government Affairs Committee continues to keep members informed on legislation that may affect operations; explore the latest movement of legislation as it relates to, primarily, transgender women in sport.
As we approach a verdict of the Derek Chauvin trial, NIRSA, like all communities, has been called to reexamine its own structures and history, as well as to provide members opportunities to lean into both learning and community.
NIRSA opposes legislation or policies that restrict or ban transgender individuals from participating.
The NIRSA Board of Directors approved the 2021-2024 Strategic Plan at their March 30 meeting. This approval comes after months of dedicated, forward thinking by the Strategic Plan’s leadership team.
NIRSA has an incredible opportunity for NIRSA student officials: A chance to officiate Unified flag football and basketball games at the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games! Submit your application today!
The recent murder of six women of Asian descent extends an appalling escalation of violence directed at the Asian community. We condemn these acts of violence and all forms of racism, misogyny, marginalization, and dehumanization.