Special Interest


Collegiate Recovery at Iowa State University is an organization for students in recovery or students seeking recovery from issues such as substance use, gambling, disordered eating, gaming, and more. It is an organization dedicated to peer connection, building community, planning social opportunities, and spreading awareness of college student recovery on campus.


Constitution / Tier

File CollegiateRecoveryConstitution3.docx
Tier Student Organization - Affiliated

Membership Information

Student Members 7
ISU Members 2
Non-ISU Members 0
Allowed Members All students
Allowed Officers Any member of Collegiate Recovery
Membership Qualifications none
Membership Restrictions none
Elections/Selection open to all active members
Meetings meetings every week, open to all members.

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

Collegiate Recovery meets weekly on campus, usually at the Be Well Space which is located at 2030 Student Services Building. Check out the Student Wellness Collegiate Recovery Community website for updated meeting times. CycloneHealth.org/CRC Meetings are peer led and focus on getting to know each other, building community, planning events, and creating a safe space for people to connect who may have similar life experiences and allow students to connect as their authentic selves. These meetings are ­not treatment focused. They are not meant to serve as medical or health related therapy or counseling.

Description of Special Events

Weekly Meetings from 6:00-7:00PM in 2030 Student Services Building