NIRSA strives to monitor and track policy and legislative issues with the potential to impact our members and/or the campus communities they serve. These issues are wide ranging and may pertain to higher education, employment
Since NIRSA’s last update in December, a new tax reform bill has been signed into law, and the House Education and the Workforce Committee has approved a Higher Education Act reauthorization bill along party lines.
NIRSA continues to monitor policy, legislation, and advocacy work that affects both the higher education and physical activity space. Like many of you, we are paying particular attention to the evolution of the Tax Reform
Through NIRSA’s partnership with Ian McGregor & Associates and their SportRisk newsletter, NIRSA has learned that a large insurance company is indicating they will exclude ‘head trauma’ from liability coverage for Canadian higher education institutions
NIRSA continues to monitor policy, legislation, and advocacy work that affects both the higher education and physical activity space. Below are some recent updates on topics that may be of interest to campus recreation professionals.
Reprinted with permission from NACUBO
Following months of anticipation, the Trump administration’s Department of Labor has indicated that it intends to revisit the salary threshold for individuals who qualify as exempt from overtime pay requirements.
Campus recreation professionals know sustainability, one of NIRSA’s six strategic values, has significant importance within our profession and, more broadly, higher education. Embracing the three pillars of sustainability—social, environmental, and economic—enables professionals to fully support
The United States Department of Labor (DOL) announced December 1 they will appeal the preliminary injunction that halted the implementation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rules changes. The DOL’s notice of appeal