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  • The university updated one of its policies this fall to prohibit smoking and the use of tobacco in and on all university owned or leased properties, facilities and vehicles. The university will offer support for students and employees who are current tobacco users and those who may be working toward quitting.
  • With the aid of an $18,800 grant from the Truth Initiative, the community college will go tobacco-free on its three campuses by 2020. The college will create a Tobacco-Free Task Force to assess tobacco-related issues on campus, educate and engage students and staff on the need for and benefits of going tobacco-free, identify a plan to address treatment for those who are interested in quitting, and develop a tobacco-free policy recommendation.
  • Following the national trend to reduce the use of plastic straws, the university will now offer 100 percent compostable straws made of cornstarch to patrons upon request only.


  • Call for Webinar Proposals Now Open

    Submit a proposal for an opportunity to present an AASHE webinar next year! Proposals will be accepted until Friday, Nov. 2 at 11:59 p.m. ET and can cover a variety of topics at any level (introductory, immediate and advanced). More
  • STARS Top Performers Announced

    Read the 2018 Sustainable Campus Index and find the top-performing colleges and universities as measured by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS). The report also highlights innovative and high-impact initiatives from institutions ... More
  • Reduce Paper Use on Your Campus

    AASHE members are eligible to receive in-depth training, guidance and tools to reduce the number of personal desktop printers on campus through our “Turning the Page on Campus Paper Use” program. Apply by September 7. More

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