The NIRSA Board recently approved and appointed a Health & Wellbeing Task Force to help NIRSA be a driving force in an integrated approach to health and wellbeing.
The NIRSA Assembly announces the release of its guide to health and wellbeing resources—an online tool created for campus recreation professionals who want to learn about promising practices and initiatives surrounding health and wellbeing promotion.
NIRSA President Ken Morton of Stephen F. Austin State University, and members Marc Falkenstein of the University of the Pacific and George Brown of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities discuss with AB Magazine the the evolving role of campus recreation.
NIRSA’s evolution and advancement is powered by member expertise and commitment to volunteer service. We're pleased to announce appointments to the NIRSA, NIRSA Foundation, and NSC boards.
Both NIRSA and NASPA’s Boards of Directors recently endorsed a joint statement on wellbeing, in pursuit of innovating, supporting, and fostering a holistic, integrated, and strategic approach to wellbeing
The Association is proud to announce the NIRSA Board of Directors approved the 2018-2021 Strategic Plan at their recent meeting.
More than 1,500 members have contributed to planning this Association’s future. If you’re at NIRSA 2018, we hope you’ll join us for the Annual Meeting of Members on Tuesday, March 6 as it's unveiled.
While we look forward to seeing the hard work and great ideas come to life, we also want to celebrate the many substantial accomplishments of the 2013-2018 Strategic Plan.
NIRSA’s Strategic Planning Task Force met November 29–December 1 in Washington, DC for their second face-to-face meeting and to continue their work on assembling the Association’s next strategic plan.
The Strategic Planning Task Force needs your input to complete a plan that is truly representative of the Association. Please complete the brief survey that was emailed to you in early November.