Creating Houston Community College’s unified sports program

In Spring 2017, staff at Houston Community College (HCC)—a sizeable southern urban community college system—discussed the possibility of developing a unified sports program. HCC is one of the largest community colleges in the United States,

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Welcome NIRSA’s Health & Wellbeing Task Force

One of the four strategic priorities of NIRSA’s 2018-2021 Strategic Plan states that NIRSA will be a driving force in an integrated approach to health and wellbeing.
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Rising together: Chico State and the aftermath of the Camp Fire

It’s impossible to predict what will happen on a campus when a worst-case scenario stops being hypothetical. So much cannot be planned for or anticipated, especially in the face of the unexpected and unprecedented. For

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NIRSA’s EDI Commission launches in-depth resource guide for campus rec

NIRSA’s Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Commission is excited to announce the arrival of the first in-depth, robust resource guide for equity, diversity, and inclusion that is specific to the field of campus recreation.
The publication

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Calling women leaders in wellbeing—apply for Global University 2019

NIRSA is proud to partner with the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) on Global University 2019. This incredible learning expedition, generously supported by G Adventures, will take place from May 21–May 29 in

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Campus rec and leadership development: pathways for transformation

Preparing students to be future leaders is a primary aspect of the campus recreation profession. Every day, professionals in campus recreation departments are creating and managing recreational activities that research suggests may have a positive

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