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 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.
The LGBTQ Caucus is excited to introduce Queer Coffee Hour, a monthly coffee hour for members of our community and our allies to be able to connect in a very informal setting.
NIRSA invites you to register today and participate in its 21-day habit building challenge to advance racial equity as part of your Black History Month actions.
Transgender participation in sports has again come up in the legislative agenda for multiple states, as well as a bill in the US House of Representatives; Chris Crum, co-chair of NIRSA’s Government Affairs Committee gives an update.
With unanimous support from the NIRSA Foundation Board of Directors, the leadership of NIRSA’s philanthropic arm of the association recently updated the name of its general fund to the Mission Advancement Fund.
New report from Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education examines high school graduate projections; higher education will need to focus on recruiting and supporting diverse students.
First released to members in the summer of 2017, “How to Manage and Guide Civil Discourse in Collegiate Recreation” has recently been updated by NIRSA.