Due to the impacts of COVID-19, NIRSA has cancelled the 2020 NIRSA School for Mid-Level Professionals, which was scheduled to take place May 17–21 in Tampa, Florida.
NIRSA has a great line up of live, in-person learning events that will help you expand your knowledge, apply new skills, create fun memories, and grow your professional network! Mark your calendars!
Start the new decade by learning the skills and making the connections that will help you be a leader and change agent on your campus. Register for the 2020 NIRSA School for Mid-Level Professionals today!
Space is available at the 2020 NIRSA School for Mid-level Professionals! Join us in Tampa, Florida from May 17–23 to network with mid-level peers and grow your skills to be successful in your role.
NIRSA is currently recruiting for numerous volunteer leadership positions! Complete an application for one of these great volunteer opportunities by Wednesday, January 15!
The 2020 NIRSA School for Mid-Level Professionals will take place in Tampa, Florida from May 17–21. It will be an intensive, four-day program geared towards experienced campus recreation professionals.
Registration for the 2017 NIRSA School of Collegiate Recreation Level II, presented by Life Fitness will open on December 7. The institute will take place from May 21–25 in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
The 2017 NIRSA School of Collegiate Recreation Level II will take place from May 21–25 in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Announcing faculty updates for the NIRSA School of Collegiate Recreation and the Student Organizations Institute!
By Kristen Gleason
NIRSA is excited to announce institute faculty appointments and retirements. Both The NIRSA School of Collegiate Recreation and the Student Organizations Institute use a faculty model—as opposed to an open call for proposals—to develop educational content. A small group of faculty members are appointed to design educational content, helping to provide a more […]
Update, December 9: All 48 spaces in the 2016 NIRSA School of Collegiate Recreation, Level I have been filled. A waitlist of 10 individuals has been started; to add your name to the waitlist please contact NIRSA’s Professional Development Coordinator John Raskauskas.
By Kristen Gleason