Get Involved

Students

EcoReps

An RA in each residential hall works with the Office of Sustainability to engage residents in sustainability initiatives.  EcoReps act as a sustainability resource and promote waste reduction and resource conservation in the hall.  Find and contact your EcoRep from the list below:

Environmental Connections Living Learning Community

Incoming freshmen interested in sustainability can sign up to live in the Environmental Connections Living Learning Community.

Green Room Certification

 Individual actions and decisions made throughout your day play a critical role in SUNY Oneonta’s sustainability initiatives.  Although they may seem small, they add up to a big impact.  The Green Room Certification, piloting spring 2019 in Sherman Hall only, empowers residents to make a commitment to small changes that make a big difference.  Full launch in fall 2019!

Clubs

 FORCES, RAC, Environmental Science Club, Environmental Advocacy Club, Edgy Veggie Society, Outdoor Adventure Club

PACS

President’s Advisory Council on Sustainability is charged with overseeing and advocating for the sustainability-related initiatives put forth in the college’s strategic plan.  The Committee is made up of students, faculty and staff. Each spring a call for applications is sent to all students asking for self-nominations for the 1-year terms.  

Faculty & Staff

PACS

President’s Advisory Council on Sustainability is charged with overseeing and advocating for the sustainability-related initiatives put forth in the college’s strategic plan.  The Committee is made up of faculty, staff andstudents . Each spring a call for applications is sent to all faculty and staff asking for self-nominations for the 3-year terms.

 

Contact

Office of Sustainability
Milne Library 310A

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
607-436-3312
Rachel.Kornhauser@oneonta.edu.

REQUEST CLASS VISIT

Upon request, the Sustainability Coordinator can come to your class to lead a discussion on sustainability initiatives on campus or other related topics.

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