The NIRSA Assembly is a unique group of individuals who work closely with high-level NIRSA leaders to determine what topics will impact the future of collegiate recreation. The Assembly members spend the year as facilitators
Serving on a NIRSA committee or work team is a great way to give back, gain fluency in a particular topic, and network with colleagues beyond your campus. Complete an application to serve by the
The NIRSA Flag Football Editorial Board was established to review and edit the NIRSA Flag & Touch Football Rules Book & Officials’ Manual, which is edited biannually. The current membership of the Editorial Board can
×Update, January 14: The NIRSA Flag Football Editorial Board leadership opportunity has been added to this article.
NIRSA is currently recruiting for numerous volunteer leadership positions. With each position comes the responsibility to fulfill duties and
Volunteering at the NIRSA Annual Conference is a great way to get involved as an attendee. NIRSA formally invites you to be a session host at the upcoming 2019 NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec
×Update, December 10: This article has be updated to better reflect the available opportunities.
Wanting to make a difference in collegiate recreation is the first step in inspiring change—acting is the next. NIRSA members’ commitment and
Looking for something to do this spring? Well look no further than NIRSA regional and national basketball tournaments! The NIRSA regional basketball season kicks off in late February with our first tournament and continues until
“Service: The act of helping or doing work for someone; an act of assistance.” -Definition by Oxford Dictionaries
Where would NIRSA be without the service of its members? From those who support our initiatives on an
Recently, we had a chance to talk with longtime NIRSA member Larry Mellinger, Director of Campus Recreation & Wellness at Elon University and member of NIRSA’s Concussion Advisory Council, about his experiences with the NIRSA