NIRSA owes its success to the leadership of dedicated volunteers—to members who generously donate their time and use their experience in the collegiate recreation profession to support NIRSA members and direct NIRSA’s operations and services.
With widespread approval—over 93%— NIRSA professional members passed the proposed amendments to the NIRSA Bylaws. With 30% of eligible voters participating, NIRSA’s 2017 elections successfully came to a close on January 30.
The approved amendments to
NIRSA’s 2017 elections are underway. Members who were eligible to vote should have received their ballot invitations by email from firstname.lastname@example.org on January 18.
In addition to electing volunteer leadership for their regions and for the
NIRSA’s 2017 elections launched today. Members who were eligible to vote should have received their ballot invitations by email from email@example.com.
In addition to electing volunteer leadership for their regions and for the NIRSA Board of
NIRSA membership votes annually, via electronic elections, to fill positions on the NIRSA Board of Directors and the Member Network as well as on any proposed amendments to NIRSA’s Bylaws. The 2017 Elections will launch
NIRSA’s professional members and the Student Leadership Team will have the opportunity to vote on proposed changes to the NIRSA Bylaws during the 2017 NIRSA Elections taking place January 18–30. The 2016–2017 NIRSA Bylaws Committee
Voting process and timeline
NIRSA Headquarters is working with Election America to conduct the Association’s 2017 NIRSA volunteer leadership elections. All student and professional members are eligible to vote; to ensure receipt of the proper ballot,
Coming to you from the heart of the University of New Hampshire’s campus recreation renovation project, I spend a few minutes reflecting on recent local NIRSA events and on upcoming opportunities to get involved with
The NIRSA Board of Directors
Like many professional associations, NIRSA uses a regional structure to facilitate engagement among members and potential members at a local, geographically convenient level. Throughout NIRSA’s history, the regional structures have been
By Stacey Hall, Ph.D., RCRSP, CRSS, 2016-2017 NIRSA President and Campus Recreation Director at the University of New Hampshire
While many folks have the competencies needed for serving on the NIRSA Board of Directors, each of