The 2019 NIRSA Triventure, presented by Mondo is taking place in San Diego, California from November 6-8, and ed session information is now available on the NIRSA website!
Group training is on the rise and it’s important to embrace it to retain the traffic in your campus rec center. Rebecca Cofod of Matrix Fitness outlines five key areas to maximize campus involvement when launching a new program.
How can we best meet the needs of our student staff? Lindsay Brookey of North Carolina – Chapel Hill explores successful ways she has focused the experiences of her student staff on development and retention.
Deb Johnson, Director of Recreation at UC Davis, reflects on expanding their Athletics and Recreation Center and shares some insights about how the new facility has been received since opening earlier this year.
Now’s your chance to share your knowledge and experience with your professional peers! We invite you to submit a presentation proposal for the 2019 NIRSA Triventure by June 19.
Every year on February 22, NIRSA members celebrate Recreational Sports & Fitness Day in commemoration of NIRSA’s founding date. Here are some glimpses at incredible creative 2019 #RecDay festivities from the world of Instagram!
The 2019 NIRSA Campus Rec & Wellness Expo featured 160 vendors from diverse companies across all areas of campus recreation and wellness.
Kick off the 2019 health and wellbeing revolution with a march through the Campus Rec and Wellness Expo! With over 150 exhibitors, the Expo is your all-access pass to the latest cutting-edge ideas!
On November 15, the National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity (NCPPA), of which NIRSA is a Board member, hosted a Congressional briefing for a standing-room-only crowd.
In mid-November, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released the second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans; changes aren’t radical, but some important, data-supported additions are new.