Creighton University’s holistic approach to wellness offers students facing quarantine and isolation opportunities to stay well despite limited space and access to in-person resources.
Inclusivity matters on all of our campuses. It's possible to make campus recreation departments more equity, diversity, and inclusion-friendly through small but effective changes in policy and staff behavior.
Athletic Business Magazine catches up with NIRSA members to see how two schools are approaching integrated wellbeing efforts amid a global pandemic.
AB Magazine catches up with four NIRSA members to see how schools around the country are building community for the first fall term after the onset of a global pandemic and amidst the context of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Athletic Business Magazine catches up with three NIRSA members to see how schools around the country have introduced a variety of virtual wellness programming in an effort to keep campus communities together even when their members are apart.
A vibrant NIRSA community has turned a simple hashtag—#SocksOfNIRSA—into a popular Association-wide tradition. We can confirm that #SocksOfNIRSA is very much a thing, and it is here to stay.
See how the world of campus recreation has pivoted in the wake of COVID-19 with NIRSA members and explore the value proposition of the profession ahead of planned facility reopenings.
Watch a short video and cast your vote for the best trick shot from Sacramento State, Trinity University, University of New Hampshire, Texas A&M College Station, and Grand Canyon University.
The idea of female leadership might seem novel in a still male-dominated society, so how do four female NIRSA leaders view leadership?
With more than 100 sessions to choose from, it’s impossible to attend everything at the NIRSA Annual Conference that might benefit your career. Here's a highlight of one innovative session about financial sustainability.