EIM in Action

Recognition Program

Get your school's EIM activities recognized!

EIM-OC launched its Recognition Program in 2014, which allows campuses to be recognized for their participation and engagement in EIM.  Schools will have the opportunity to establish themselves as a Gold, Silver, or Bronze level campus, based upon their activities and level of engagement. Recognition provides an opportunity for campuses to enhance their image as a healthy academic environment; emphasizing the commitment to utilizing exercise as medicine to create a culture of wellness.

EIM-OC can be activated on any campus, large or small, rural or urban.  Let's get moving!

To see a current listing of our EIM Campuses, click here!
 

                              Here are the Recognized National EIM Campuses for 2016:


GOLD


SILVER


BRONZE


An officially registered EIM on Campus program can achieve Gold Level Recognition by actively implementing the physical activity vital sign.  The following campuses have achieved Gold Level Recognition:
 
An officially registered EIM on Campus program can achieve Silver Level Recognition by engaging students, faculty, and staff in EIM education initiatives.  The following campuses have achieved Silver Level Recognition: An officially registered EIM on Campus program can achieve Bronze Level Recognition by promoting and generating awareness of the health benefits of physical activity. The following campuses have achieved Bronze Level Recognition:

Andrews University

Colorado Mesa University

Adams State University

Auburn University

Georgetown College

Clayton State University

Campbell University

Glendale Community College

Hofstra University

California State University, Long Beach

Grand Rapids Community College

Iowa State University

Florida Gulf Coast University

Grand Valley State University

Jacksonville State University

Illinois State University

Jefferson College of Health Sciences

Mississippi University for Women

Las Positas College

Ouachita Baptist University

Pennsylvania State University, Berks

Marshall University

Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Rowan University

Michigan State University

Salt Lake Community College

Saginaw Valley State University

Mount Olive University

Seattle University

Tiffin University

North Carolina State University

Tarleton State University

University of California, Davis

Norfolk State University

University of Connecticut

University of Vermont

Salisbury University

Valdosta State University

University of Virginia

Slippery Rock University

Westfield State University

 

University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

William Paterson University

 

University of West Georgia

 

 

Virginia Tech

 

 

Western Kentucky University

 

 


   Here are the Recognized EIM International Campuses for 2016:


GOLD


SILVER


BRONZE


An officially registered EIM on Campus program can achieve Gold Level Recognition by actively implementing the physical activity vital sign.  The following campuses have achieved Gold Level Recognition:
 
An officially registered EIM on Campus program can achieve Silver Level Recognition by engaging students, faculty, and staff in EIM education initiatives.  The following campuses have achieved Silver Level Recognition:
 
An officially registered EIM on Campus program can achieve Bronze Level Recognition by promoting and generating awareness of the health benefits of physical activity. The following campuses have achieved Bronze Level Recognition:
 

Waikato Institute of Technology (WINTEC) - New Zealand

Hong Kong University - Hong Kong

Sheridan College - Canada

 

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) - Ghana

 


To learn more about the Recognition Program or the EIM on Campus program, please contact the U.S. EIM Representative (located in the footer of the page).

Support for the Exercise is Medicine© Initiative is Provided By: EIM Local Partners:

Support for the Exercise is Medicine© Initiative is Provided By: EIM Global Partners:

Support for the Exercise is Medicine© Initiative is Provided By: EIM Local Partners:

Support for the Exercise is Medicine© Initiative is Provided By: EIM Global Partners:

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