NIRSA’s Reopening Considerations: A Framework for Campus Rec is intended to guide campus recreation departments through questions and considerations related to reopening campus rec facilities and programs.
This year, the NIRSA Board of Directors voted to keep dues rates unchanged given the economic impact of the current pandemic.
The 2019–2020 NIRSA Assembly is excited to announce the creation of a resource page addressing social issues facing higher education.
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.
May is Water Safety Month, and now, more than ever, our work to keep people safer in, near, and around water is so important.
The American Council on Education, along with several other organizations, has co-authored a brief that identifies three strategies for leaders to consider during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
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.
With recent shifts towards almost exclusive virtual programming, administration, and communication, it’s clear that our understanding and adaptation within the virtual world must keep up.
NIRSA’s online jobs board for campus recreation students and professionals, bluefishjobs.com is holding its first-ever Virtual Career Development Week, presented by Mondo this week! And it’s not too late for you to register.