At Sam Houston State University, fitness and nutrition are viewed as two equally important components of wellbeing that the recreation department does its best to tackle head on for the sake of its student population.
Healthy UC Davis collaborates with on-campus partners to create engaging programs focused on all realms of health. Healthy UC Davis offers support, information, resources and tools to help its campus community members live healthier lives.
The annual NASPA Strategies Conference added a fourth track devoted to Wellbeing and Health Promotion and Leadership. Given the important role campus recreation plays in this work, it’s not surprising NIRSA was represented.
On February 21 at 12:00pm ET, thought leaders from NIRSA and CACUSS, the professional association for student affairs professionals who work in Canadian post-secondary institutions, are partnering to present a free webinar.
Kimmi Sterner’s story exemplifies the findings of the White Paper “Considering the Impact of Participation and Employment of Students in Campus Activities and Collegiate Recreation on the Development of the Skills Employers Desire Most.”
Recently, leaders from both NIRSA, NASPA, and ACHA gathered at the University of Miami to discuss emerging strategies and best practices for fostering cultures of health and wellbeing on college campuses.
On Monday, November 13, NIRSA will be joining the American College Health Association (ACHA) and other leaders in the field of student health and wellbeing for the inaugural ACHA Mental Health Symposium.
NIRSA institutional member Georgia Tech believes the integration of physical activity programs with work on mental health, physical health, etc. is important to the development of today’s college student’s lifelong goals related to wellbeing.