Registered Student Organizations

Exercise is Medicine on Campus (EIM-OC) Registered Student Organization 

Exercise smedExercise is Medicine® On Campus (EIM-OC) calls upon universities and colleges to promote physical activity as a vital sign of health. EIM-OC encourages faculty, staff, and students to work together toward improving the health and well-being of the campus community by:

  • Making movement a part of the daily campus culture
  • Assessing physical activity at every student health visit
  • Providing students with the tools necessary to strengthen healthy physical activity habits that can last a lifetime
  • Connecting university health care providers with university health fitness specialists to provide a referral system for exercise prescription.
The EIM-OC student organization strives to improve the well-being of our campus through promotion & education of physical activity in everyday life! Opportunities for involvement include outreach, education, leadership and social engagement. Join anytime! All students are welcome! For more information on the EIM-OC RSO contact 

Visit us on:Facebook: @MichiganStateEIMOC

Twitter: @MSU_EIMOC

Instagram: @msu_exerciseismedicine 

Spartans Empower Body Acceptance (SEBA)

SEBA in mint green box

SEBA is a registered student organization open to all MSU students dedicated to raising awareness about disordered eating and eating disorders, and creating a culture of body acceptance and inclusivity.

SEBA hosts regular meetings, activities, and special events designed to celebrate body diversity and educate students about diet culture, eating disorders, weight stigma, body image, diversity and inclusion, and other relevant topics. 

This is NOT a support group for those with eating disorders. Rather, group members participate in advocacy-related activities to promote information and resources related to eating recovery and body acceptance.

If you are an MSU student struggling with concerns related to food and weight, MSU Student Health and Wellness offers medical assessments, counseling and psychiatric services, and individual nutrition counseling. It can help to schedule an appointment to talk with a professional about ways to better support your health and well-being.


Or visit us on:

Instagram: @msuseba

Spartans’ Organization for All Recovery (SOAR)

SOAR logoSOAR is MSU’s registered student organization for Spartans in recovery and their allies!

The club offers:

  • Social Events
  • Service Opportunities
  • Peer Support

Formerly known as the Traveler's Club, SOAR aims to create a fun, inviting social environment for students in recovery from substance misuse. SOAR meets weekly to plan events, socialize and support each other in recovery. We welcome the involvement of students or potential students in or contemplating recovery and their allies. Join us!

For more information contact:
Facebook: @MSU.SOAR
Twitter: @SOARMSU
Instagram: @MSU_SOAR


Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC) Registered Student Organization shac logo

The purpose of this club is to be the voice of the health needs of MSU students and help Student Health Services become the on-campus health resource of choice. SHAC works to ensure the student voice is heard and accounted for by Student Health Services and MSU Administration and to make recommendations according to students' needs, values, and opinions.

SHAC is responsible for representing MSU Students to various organizations and committees in student government, the MSU administration, and the City of East Lansing. For more information on the SHAC RSO, contact

Visit us on:

Instagram: @msuofficialshac