Recreation organizations provide a social and active outlet for their members.
Contact: Zachary Kuipers
Watch anime, have fun, and meet like-minded folks!
Contact: Mariah Moran
To encourage sisterhood, teamwork, and physical development among women through various cheerleading techniques for all ability levels.
Contact: Kylie Crane
This fun and competitive collegiate team competes against other schools in the surrounding states.
Contact: Samuel Kitz
This organization assists ISU students in relieving stress and making friends while playing new and common, modern, and classic card and board games.
Contact: Ryan Springer
This organization provides an atmosphere for all to enjoy chess no matter the level of your expereience.
Contact: Bailey Sebastian
To enjoy climbing as a group, helping each other improve and learn new skills.
Contact: Regan Cossey
To provide and promote a fun and safe tennis environment for all skill levels. Also, to provide competitive tournament opportunities for those that make the travel team.
Contact: Derek Tilli
To engage in a creative and inclusive community made up of all people thought the art form of Cosplaying.
Contact: Nicholas Foley
This social organization connects students on campus that share a passion for the automotive community. Between weekly car meets and cruises, and occasional BBQs, we always have something going on for our members.
Contact: Ashley Benton
This group of Doctor Who enthusiasts meets to watch favorite episodes, talk about new and old Who, and just generally have fun.
Train and compete against other college club football teams.
Contact: Mark Reddington
Hammin' Out is dedicated to relaxation, comfort, and convenience! Join us and just hang.
Contact: Stellor Bebel
This organization celebrates and discusses the video game series Kingdom Hearts through analysis and theories about the series as a whole.
Contact: Jason Snyder
To allow original forms of creativity in a hands on manner, such as in writing, directing, editing, acting, music scoring, and cinematography through collaborative film production while also allowing the opportunity to watch and evaluate films outside a public setting.
This national organization is designed to promote involvement in and relaxation through non-alcoholic events on campus.
Contact: Gwen Hopkins
Medieval combat club is a fun safe sport where participants fight with foam-padded weapons.
Contact: Ryan Wexler
Provides a safe, relaxing, quiet, and accepting environment where members can meditate in a comfortable group setting for their own personal growth on a spiritual, mental, physical, or emotional level.
Contact: Scott E. Diveley
This organization hosts games and events with safe toy projectiles with wars involving running and tactics.
This organization promotes a social, friendly, and fun community based around computer video games and LAN parties
President: Jason Morgan
Brings together like-minded individuals in pursuit of performance and knowledge in strength sports.
Contact: Lawrence Nisivaco
Bringing together the work of the mind and body, members focus on boxing training, mixed martial arts, self-defense, and physical fitness.
Contact: Hunter Watts
This organization educates members to best defend themselves using Wing Tsun Kung Fu. Members will learn and practice to most effectively handle self-defense situations.
Contact: Joseph Vizzaccero
An organization for skateboarders, run by skateboarders, to continue the unique lifestyle and culture of skateboarding throughout our college careers.
Contact: Patrick Kuklinski
For any person that is interested in skiing, snowboard, or winter sports in general, the goal is to advocate for winter sports that can bring friends together. .
Contact: David Aschenbrenner
To promote participation in group Spikeball within the student population and to teach the sport to any students that may have interest.
Contact: Emilee Baldwin
The mission of the Bald Birds shall be to plan, organize, and implement an annual St. Baldrick's event. The Bald Birds will work to fundraise on the Illinois State University campus throughout the year on behalf of the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Contact: Travis Lindsay
This organization promotes safe activities where students can get together in a healthy college environment and play Super Smash Brothers.
Contact: Brian Cota
This organization meets weekly to learn swing dancing and practice dancing socially for free.
Contact: Mohammed Zaman
This organization hosts open table-tennis play every Friday evening at 5 p.m. in the Student Fitness Center.
Contact: Rodney Graf Jr.
This organization provides education on the fundamentals of trap and skeet and participates in state and national contests.
Contact: Jeffrey Ryan
To introduce students to new clubs and ideas while having a good time.
Contact: Jordan Knoll
This organization is open to all females interested in playing ice hockey.