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Student Organizations

MSU offers more than 100 organizations campus-wide, providing you with numerous opportunities to be an active member of the Eagle Nation. The Department of Kinesiology, Health, and Imaging Sciences offers three clubs specifically tailored to its students.

Chi Beta Gamma

Chi Beta Gamma is for associate degree-seeking radiologic science students. Second-year students serve as officers of the organization. Recognized officers within the student organization are president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. The organization's members elect officers each year. Two recognized radiologic sciences faculty serve as co-advisors for Chi Beta Gamma. In general, the organization is involved with community charitable work. In the past, students have completed volunteer projects at the Gateway House Homeless Shelter and the Hope Pregnancy Center.

Eta Sigma Gamma

Eta Sigma Gamma is the honors society for students in the Department of Kinesiology, Health, and Imaging Sciences. The mission of the organization is to elevate the standards, ideals, competence and ethics of graduates of health education programs. At MSU, students involved in Eta Sigma Gamma are involved in a number of community outreach and public service projects each year, including:

  • Breast Cancer Survivor Reception
  • Mitten Tree
  • Food Drives
  • Fundraisers
  • Relay for Life
  • Great American Smokeout
  • Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance conventions

For more information on Eta Sigma Gamma, contact Elizabeth Ash at 606-783-2461.

Eagle Exercise Science Club

The Exercise Science Club (EESC) is a student organization established in 2009 for students planning to pursue careers in exercise science-related fields. The goal of the club is to provide resources and opportunities to introduce students to human sciences and professional organizations. In addition, the club seeks to:

  • Help its members become the most qualified applicants for careers, graduate and medical school programs.
  • Encourage community involvement.
  • Present members with opportunities to serve by volunteering within the community.

For more information on the EESC, contact Dr. Gina Gonzalez at 606-783-2120.


Students Pursuing Education in Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance (SPECTMR) is for CTMR bachelor degree-seeking students. Students serve as officers. Recognized officers within the student organization are president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. The organization's membership will elect officers each year. CTMR faculty members serve as co-advisors for SPECTMR. The organization is also involved in community service projects.

Contact Information

Department of Kinesiology, Health & Imaging Sciences

210D Center for Health, Education & Research
Morehead, KY 40351

PHONE: 606-783-2180