Coronavirus Updates & Resources for Campus Recreation

NIRSA and CUPA-HR to present a free webinar on employee wellbeing

NIRSA is excited to partner with the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) on an upcoming webinar on wellbeing. Two NIRSA members, along with their CUPA-HR partners on campus, will speak to

Don’t miss NIRSA 2018’s standalone panel on wellbeing

NIRSA members continue to develop, contribute to, and lead integrated and sustainable approaches towards building cultures of wellbeing within their campus communities. The importance of these efforts – on everything from student success to the

NIRSA adds to first wellbeing track at NASPA’s Strategies Conference

The annual NASPA Strategies Conference typically encompasses three tracks: Alcohol, Other Drug, and Violence Prevention; Mental Health; and Sexual Violence Prevention and Response. This year, due to increasing demand, they added a fourth track devoted

NIRSA partners with Riddle & Bloom to maximize value on campuses

Whatever industry you’re in, an existential riddle is how to successfully adapt to never-before-seen consumer behaviors and expectations. Campus recreation and wellness in the higher education setting is no different. At NIRSA, we’ve been looking

Join your student affairs peers in the Where Respect Happens campaign

NIRSA is a proud member of the Student Affairs in Higher Education Consortium (SAHEC), which promotes the understanding of learning and development as intertwined, inseparable elements of the college student experience. While we know not

NIRSA and the American Red Cross announce great discounts for members

NIRSA is excited to welcome back the American Red Cross to its family of discounts and rewards available to individual NIRSA members. The American Red Cross is now offering significant discounts to NIRSA members on lifesaving

Campus recreation is a valuable partner on campus and beyond

As 2016 came to a close so too did my term as Chair of the CHEMA Steering Committee. Reflecting, I was struck by how far NIRSA and campus recreation have come in strengthening our external