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.
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.
Every year on #BellLetsTalk Day, Bell donates five cents ($0.05) towards Canadian mental health initiatives for every interaction that takes place with the #BellLetsTalk hashtag; this year more than $7.5 million was raised.
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 health coaching.
Emily Abrams knows that collegiate recreation is “a great environment for growth, whether you’re a student or a full-time staff member.”
Eric Nickel, Director of University Recreation at James Madison University, has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 NIRSA Honor Award!
It’s easier than ever for student staff to share their love for all things campus rec and inspire their own social circles to get involved in your school’s programs.
Earlier this month, the student leaders and community athletes of Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins, Colorado celebrated being named one of the ESPN Top 5 Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools.