Preparing for coronavirus on your campus? NIRSA and NACAS contribute to a virtual roundtable on emergency preparedness. The event will be held March 11 from 4:00pm-5:00pm ET. Registration is free for NIRSA members.
Campus recreation is a big industry, and we’re excited to announce new, tiered associate member pricing to help empower groups large and small to support the Association.
Eric Nickel, Director of University Recreation at James Madison University, has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 NIRSA Honor Award!
The NIRSA Assembly has been tasked with thinking critically about how we, as collegiate recreation professionals, can leverage technology and the virtual world to better serve our populations’ wellbeing.
The turn into a new decade coincides with what is roughly the midpoint of our current Strategic Plan. Celebrate the many accomplishments to date and get excited about opportunities on the horizon.
As we close a chapter on one decade and turn the page to begin another, it feels like a good moment to reflect on where we—as an association of members—have been and where we’re aiming to go.
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.
Earlier this month, the student leaders and community athletes of Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins, Colorado celebrated being named one of the ESPN Top 5 Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools.
The webinar “Student Mental Health Around the Globe” is being offered jointly by ACUI, ACPA - College Student Educators International, and the International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS) for free.
NIRSA, NASPA, and ACHA are jointly supporting research that focuses on wellbeing and student success. The application is now open and will close January 3. Submit your proposal today!