This year, the NIRSA Board of Directors voted to keep dues rates unchanged given the economic impact of the current pandemic.
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.
In our collective pursuit to co-create cultures of integrated wellbeing on campuses worldwide, we want to ensure we are building from a shared understanding and foundation.
It’s important that we keep up to date with all the happenings in our states, as well as federally, so we can help our staff and students traverse all the information that pertains to them.
On May 20 at 3:00pm ET, we’re going to look into collaborative programs and initiatives, how you’re measuring success, and how you’re figuring out which programs your campus community is looking for.
Let me fill you in on some of the incredible things that have been refueling my passion, rejuvenating my mind, and warming my heart over the last month.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 NIRSA Intramural & Sport Club Institute has been rescheduled for June 29–July 1, 2021. The event will still take place at the University of Vermont.
Join the #RecChat Committee on Wednesday, April 15 at 3:30pm ET for a conversation focused on taking collegiate recreation programs and services virtual.
While we know there’s no substitute for the in-person expo hall experience, you can still connect with the companies, nonprofits, and vendors who were eager to join conference attendees in Phoenix.
On April 22, you can join a diverse set of panelists to discuss mental health, stories of resilience and resources, building brave spaces and kinder communities, and navigating wellbeing during COVID-19.