Illinois State University's organizations don't really fall into a specific category. There's a little something for everyone here!
Contact: Sean Fitzgerald
A group of student leaders chosen to support the interests of Campus Recreation life.
Contact: Phillip Horan
This organization finds, creates, advertises and delivers ways for students to save money on goods and services.
This organization is for fans of alternative music genres such as metal, hardcore, pop-punk, and more. This isn't just an RSO, but rather a family of people who share this wonderful uncommon interest.
Contact: Ryan Friel
Facilitates relationships between various emergency services in the McLean County community, to educate through various programs the importance of preparedness in emergency situations, and to provide students with the tools to gain experience in emergency services through education and participation.
Contact: Kayla Scott
Provides students the opportunity to model in on-campus fashion shows and participate in photo shoots.
Contact: Nyxie Smith
This organization provides a forum for free thinkers to exchange ideas in the pursuit of realizing them in the world we are actively defining, dedicated to lessening ignorance and bringing enlightenment through constructive dialogue.
Contact: Ryan Wexler
Provides a safe and comfortable environment for students to come and connect with others who are also interested in holistic health as well as helping to connect these students with professionals in the area to spark interest and provide more learning opportunities.
This organization seeks equal sustainability, freedom and respect for all Earth's creatures through a restructuring of human views on our relationships between ourselves and other inhabitants of Mother Earth.
Contact: Maddie Blackwell
The goal of this club is to appreciate poetry and have fun while doing it!
Contact: Matthew Winkler
This organization is intended to gather students who share an interest in stock trading. The organization will hold meetings and conduct a trading simulator.
Contact: Keith Mallett
This organization unites artists of diverse backgrounds into an organized community under the creed of peace, unity, professional development, and social service.
This organization embraces and unites student diversity through empowering and impacting the lives of others while enhancing leadership skills through event planning and striving for academic success.
Contact: Lexie Garza
Promote the understanding of paranormal investigation techniques, to engage in such investigations of paranormal activity as the group deems worthy, to encourage scholarship in the field of paranormal science among undergraduate and graduate students, to provide a forum for association among college students actively interested in those fields, and to further knowledge of careers and facilitate communication between and among members of the organization and relevant outside resources.
Contact: Shea Grehan
Members expand their knowledge of photography through various activities such as guest artists, visiting galleries and exhibitions, and participating in group shooting trips.
Contact: Kenneth Papke
Promotes and supports the entrepreneurial mindset and skills of students at ISU.
Contact: Cooper Bossert
This organization will foster the education and experience of researching investment strategies through real investments and simulators in stocks, options, and futures and gain real world experience focused directly with trading capital markets.
Contact: Hannah Woody
This organization provides conflict resolution services including but not limited to mediation and restorative justice through a process that is in alignment with the Illinois State University Code of Student Conduct and the philosophy of the office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution.
Contact: Brooke Bryant
This organization looks to revolutionize health in underrepresented communities physically, mentally, & emotionally.
Contact: Gaylen Rivers
This women's organization addresses character growth, academic excellence, social involvement within the community through seminars, community service events, and mentoring sessions.
Contact: Spencer Brady
Markets and promotes all mainstage productions of the School of Theatre and Dance through social media, promotional material, with the goal of increasing attendance and community awareness of the School of Theatre and Dance.
Contact: Michael Quigg
This organization helps transfer students become more involved in school activities, build up their resume, and create a fun environment for students to network and make long lasting relationships with each other.
Contact: Patrick O'Meara
For the purpose of organizing future Marine officer candidates, current Marines, and students interested in raising the esprit de corps, this organization develops students into future Marine Corps Officers, or productive leaders in the civilian sector, by building a solid foundation of leadership traits and principles based on the traditions of Honor, Courage, and Commitment.
Contact: Megan Cain
Founded for the purpose of serving as a link between students and alumni, this organization will further keep alumni in touch with campus life, academic endeavors, and university undertakings, allowing current students to be made aware of their potential roles as alumni.
President: Jonathan Ortega
This organization provides student feedback to Student Health Services and promotes education and services to the student body.
Contact: Rachel Mackinnon
This group educates the campus community on a variety of health-related topics through workshops, presentations and the G-Spot.
This organization provides students with the resources to be able to succeed both academically and socially throughout their college experience.
This organization serves as a mentoring program between study abroad alumni and soon to be study abroad students.
This organization brings together students who are vegans/vegetarians and provides education on veganism. Members will also volunteer with agencies that promote the health and well-0being of animals, humans and the environment.
President: Kimberly Butler
Provide students who transfer to ISU a place to feel welcome and become involved in the school. Transfer students are welcome to stay in the RSO for years after they transfer. This RSO is for a fun way to make new friendships and extend help to fellow students.