The UCCS Office of Sustainability unites the efforts of faculty, staff and students to support development and lifestyles on campus and in the community that sustain natural resources and protect the environment, ultimately ensuring the ability of future generations to meet their needs too.
Princeton Review surveyed 861 colleges and universities across the country and recently released its annual Green Honor Roll. UCCS was one of 24 schools to achieve the highest score of 99 (out of 100) and earn a place atop this year's Green Ratings. UCCS was highlighted for its recent conversion to self-operated food and dining services, which will feature more local, organic food, as well as the addition of a sustainability general education requirement that applies to all freshmen students starting at UCCS this fall. Read more...
Sign up for Pedal Perks to compete in Bike Month!
Bike Month (September 5-October 3) is the kickoff for a year-long program, Pedal Perks, to provide incentives for staff, faculty, and students to commute by bicycle and exercise on bicycles. Two new commuter bikes with accessories will be given away to campus members that ride during Bike Month.
See what students are doing at UCCS to be more sustainable.
Interested in Volunteering?
As a volunteer, you have the opportunity to meet passionate, like-minded individuals, gain professional experience in a safe environment, bolster your resume with projects you've completed with the Office, obtain a letter of recommendation from Linda Kogan, Director of Sustainability, and much more.