Due to mid-term vacancies and retirements, multiple positions are currently available on the 20-person Recreational Sports Journal Editorial Board!
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.
The NIRSA Research & Assessment Committee will begin accepting proposals for the 2020 NIRSA Research Grant cycle on Friday, May 1.
The NIRSA Research & Assessment Committee is pleased to announce the release of a new resource to assist professionals in articulating the value that campus recreation provides to students and campus communities.
Contribute your institution’s data for the Rec Facilities report and become eligible to receive it at a discounted rate. To receive this discounted rate, members must contribute their institution's data by April 15.
Summary results from the NIRSA Health and Wellbeing Task Force's survey “The State of Wellbeing in Collegiate Recreation” are now available.
The AccessLex Institute/AIR Grant is a research and dissertation fellows program intended to promote scholarship on issues related to access, affordability, and the value of graduate and professional education.
NIRSA’s Institutional Data Set (IDS), the Association’s benchmarking resource, is currently open for a new year of data collection. Participate today to get discounts on future reports.
The NIRSA Assembly is currently looking at the implications of current social issues and the impacts they have on campus recreation. Please complete an anonymous short survey to help the Assembly better guide its research.
To help strengthen the network, 20x30 is offering an opportunity for grant funding. Now is your opportunity to apply for $500-$4000 to help cultivate collaborative projects! Applications are open until January 17, 2020.