Student health and wellbeing is integral to success in college and post-college. This success hinges on a student’s ability to implement healthy practices, coping mechanisms, and self-care in times of need. Having access and exposure
NIRSA’s evolution and advancement is powered by member expertise and commitment to volunteer service. We strive to build a community whose members have diverse cultures, backgrounds, and life experiences. Diversity in leadership positions is an
As you may have heard announced during one of the many sessions focused on integrated wellbeing at the 2018 NIRSA Annual Conference in Denver, both NIRSA and NASPA’s Boards of Directors recently endorsed a joint
After nine months of dedicated, forward-thinking work by the members of the NIRSA Strategic Planning Task Force and the Strategic and Accountability Partner groups, as well as the input and feedback of hundreds of NIRSA
×Update, March 6: The draft documents for the 2018-2021 NIRSA Strategic Plan are now available on the NIRSA website.
Since fall, NIRSA members have been actively engaged in the process of strategic planning for the
Throughout this past year, there has been significant discussion surrounding the development of NIRSA’s next strategic plan.
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While we look forward to seeing the hard work and great ideas come to
NIRSA’s Strategic Planning Task Force met November 29–December 1 in Washington, DC for their second face-to-face meeting and to continue their work on assembling the Association’s next strategic plan.
See related: NIRSA strategic planning updates
NIRSA’s Strategic Planning Task Force has been hard at work taking steps to assemble the Association’s next strategic plan. After a successful Task Force meeting in Seattle and dedicated strategic planning sessions at the regional
Recently, NIRSA’s Strategic Planning Task Force came together in Seattle, WA to continue their work assembling the Association’s next strategic plan.
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