Gain design and management skills for use in aquatic facilities  


2013 National Aquatic Institute 2013 National Fitness & Wellness Institute 2013 National Recreational Facilities Institute presented by Mondo 2013 NIRSA TRIVenture

NIRSA Aquatic Institute

October 16-18, 2013 • Denver, Colorado
In conjunction with the NIRSA Recreation Facilities Institute and NIRSA Fitness & Wellness Institute

A successfully designed and managed aquatic facility can make all the difference to the health and wellness of a college campus. From pool therapy to water polo, aquatic facilities provide students, staff, and members with the space and programming they need to stay healthy and have fun.

Aquatic facilities and programs are also in high demand—according to a 2010 NIRSA survey, one third of first-year college students hoped to see expanded and improved aquatic programming on their campus.*

The NIRSA Aquatic Institute is a week-long learning and networking opportunity for professionals involved with the planning, design, and execution of aquatic facilities and programs. Whether you're a recreation facilities director, an aquatic programming professional, or a university planner, the Aquatic Institute will delivers in-depth discussions and information key to the development of safe and effective aquatic facilities and programs.

2013 NIRSA Aquatic Institute Program Committee

  • Katy Locke, Chair, The University of Tennessee
  • Melissa Fadler, Sam Houston State University
  • Lindsey Keller, Washington State University
  • Walter Kolis, University of Alabama
  • Carrie Schroeder, Virginia Commonwealth

*Source: 2010 NIRSA/NASPA Consortium Campus Recreation Impact Study

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Contact NIRSA Assistant Director of Professional Development, Brittany Rejda.