U-SHAPE, the first ever multi-campus, large-scale study of its kind, aims to understand the habits, attitudes, and perceptions of undergraduate and graduate students related to eating and body image.
U-SHAPE is designed to gather important information about students’ relationships with eating, dieting, exercise, and body image, and how these relationships, in turn, fit into a larger picture of student health and well-being.
An important contribution to the field of college student mental health, U-SHAPE addresses the diversity of disordered eating habits and attitudes among the diversity of students on college campuses. Read about the purpose of U-SHAPE here.
ENROLL TODAY! If you are a campus administrator interested in enrolling your college or university in U-SHAPE, please contact the research team at U-SHAPEinfo@umich.edu.
U-SHAPE is generously supported by a grant from the Global Foundation for Eating Disorders.