Now in its third year, the Small Programs Advisory Council continues to add value to NIRSA’s suite of benefits for schools with small campus rec departments.
Whatever your reason for belonging to the NIRSA family, we’re giving you extra incentive between now and November 8 to invite your colleagues to join the NIRSA family.
The tool kit's goal is to help campus communities be free of sexual violence and to also support safe, equitable, and inclusive learning environments.
The webinar “Cultivating a Culture in Auxiliaries that supports Mental Health and Well-Being on Campuses” is offered by the National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) and is free to NIRSA members.
The Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) is pleased to share with our NIRSA colleagues that Dr. Shimi Kang will be the official keynote speaker at the 2019 AORE-AEE Joint Conference, November 13–15, 2019.
Alongside the release of NIRSA’s newest Campus Recreation Salary Report is a suite of salary benchmarking resources which will provide members with a range of options to meet their campus recreation benchmarking needs.
The newest version of NIRSA’s Campus Reaction Salary Report is now available! This latest report presents results in a new format which is intended to provide greater ease in interpretation and application.
In response to member interest, NIRSA is offering a limited time opportunity to purchase a hardcopy, printed version of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: A resource guide for Leaders in Collegiate Recreation.
NIRSA’s Health & Wellbeing Task Force survey is now live! Help shape NIRSA’s work in health and wellbeing.
Returning Annual Conference attendees at NIRSA 2020 will notice some exciting changes regarding the format of the 71st NIRSA Annual Conference in Phoenix, including how we celebrate the NIRSA Honor Award.