While many campuses across the country are experiencing snowfall, the Recreation Center at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) is dusted with ash from the Thomas Fire instead.
Registration for the 2018 NIRSA Directors Institute opened on Wednesday, December 13. This premier event will be capped at 60 people and registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Paul Wilson, retired director of intramural rec sports at the University of Oklahoma, has deep roots with NIRSA and has been curating Association history as NIRSA Historian since 2003.
NIRSA's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission invites you to review resources to expand your understanding on vital topics of equity, diversity, or inclusion.
We’re excited to bring you an update on the NIRSA/ICC Campus Cricket Program’s second year!
In the most recent issue of the Recreational Sports Journal (Volume 41, Issue 2), two articles discuss how students attain and develop career-readiness skills through co-curricular employment in collegiate recreation.
The Committee for NIRSA’s People of Color Social is now accepting nominations for the Juliette Moore People of Color Distinguished Leadership Award.
NIRSA, alongside other groups, came to the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health (CICMH) Annual Conference to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Okanagan Charter.
Kimmi Sterner’s story exemplifies the findings of the White Paper “Considering the Impact of Participation and Employment of Students in Campus Activities and Collegiate Recreation on the Development of the Skills Employers Desire Most.”
Recently, leaders from both NIRSA, NASPA, and ACHA gathered at the University of Miami to discuss emerging strategies and best practices for fostering cultures of health and wellbeing on college campuses.