Now in its third year, the Small Programs Advisory Council continues to add value to NIRSA’s suite of benefits for schools with small campus rec departments.
On Thursday, December 13, NIRSA will host “Operating Efficiently at Small Programs,” the first of two free webinars for members at small program schools.
A full day of professional development tailored to staff who work at small recreation programs will be held prior to the 2019 NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo on Saturday, February 16.
On November 20 at 2:00pm EST, follow the hashtag #RecChat on Twitter for the Google hangout link, to join the conversation, and to learn about building esports on campus.
NIRSA has a long-standing commitment to supporting small programs and this report provides NIRSA members with a resource that helps describe the nature of small recreation departments at college campuses in the U.S. and Canada.
With the appointment of a Small Programs Advisory Council, 2017 marked a transition in focus for small program members at NIRSA.
The Small College and Community College Workshop was born out of feedback NIRSA received from small program staff regarding their need for focused training opportunities.
The #RecChat team was joined in November by three members of the Small Programs Advisory Committee: Todd Bowyer, Roanoke college; Joe Hoff, Texas A&M at Galveston; and Alecia Stegenga, the University of Illinois at Chicago.
The #RecChat team is collaborating with members of the Small Programs Advisory Council for the November edition of #RecChat on Wednesday, November 15.
USC Aiken relies on collaboration to create a culture of wellbeing, and Campus Rec & Wellness is one of the driving forces for integrating holistic wellness and leadership development in an intentional and sustainable way.