Eating disorder (ED) recovery is often difficult to define, which may leave those offering recovery support feeling lost and discouraged when determining ED services in their Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP). Although CRPs primarily support substance use disorders (SUD), research demonstrates 35% with a SUD recovery report also having an ED, thus making it imperative that CRPs understand and consider means for an ED supportive culture. Providing information to staff of CRPs on the state of ED recovery research and how to incorporate strategies for support, despite the size, tenure, or financial status of a CRP, is important for inclusion. Texas Tech offered their experience in their CRP and the evolution of ED support and culture within.