CAS Collegiate Recreation Program Standards Revision Preview
The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) has recently approved the revised Collegiate Recreation Program Contextual Statement and Functional Standards. Join Jake Eubank and Jason Vlastaras for a brief update on the revision process, a highlight of major changes and milestones in the revised standards, and an opportunity to engage with other NIRSA members prior to their anticipated release in late February or early March 2024.
Dr. Jacob Eubank
Assistant Professor - Recreation Education
Lehman College, City University of New York
Dr. Jacob Eubank is an Assistant Professor in the Recreation Education program at Lehman College, City University of New York. He currently serves as the NIRSA CAS Director and as a member of the NIRSA Health and Well-being Taskforce 2.0. His research focuses on recreational behavior and its impact on college student health and well-being, including outcomes such as reduction in stress and anxiety, increased sense of belonging, and increased life satisfaction. Prior to joining the faculty at Lehman College CUNY, Dr. Eubank served as the Assistant Director of Aquatics and Fitness at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.