Trying to follow a sustainable lifestyle in college was a no brainer for Kara Eckert ‘20.
Sustainability Starts with SU!
A sustainable, vibrant and just planet begins on campus by minimizing the environmental impacts of our operations and cultivating a resilient community through our curricular and co-curricular experiences.
Sustainability isn't a buzz word or catch phrase here—it's our responsibility. From a solar array that provides 30% of the electricity consumed on campus to student-first learning opportunities like our Campus Garden and Beekeeping Club, our commitment to sustainability is strong.
Students can not only work on sustainability projects but can propose their own and get funding through our Green Fund. Apply for funding for your own sustainability project on campus here.
Read more about how the orange and maroon has gone green.
View live data of production from our solar array.
Stephanie Clouser's college days include something unusual — time spent with woolly friends as our student shepherdess.
For Shian Knouse ’20, sustainability is a passion. As news of the planet’s problems increased in recent years, Knouse heard her call to assist and dove in head first.
Earth and environmental sciences major Kylie Scullion ’22 has been involved with sustainability initiatives community since her first semester at Susquehanna.
With aspirations of one day working at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Ashlynn Searer ’22 dreams of finding a solution to the problem of climate change.