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CEJS promotes Seattle University's environmental programs, climate action, and campus sustainability performance. READ MORE.
CEJS works to advance sustainability in Academic Affairs by supporting interdisciplinary scholarship, teaching, and learning in environmental justice and sustainability. READ MORE.
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Seattle University is one of 26 colleges and universities out of 648 schools to be named to The Princeton Review's Green Honor Roll by receiving a score of 99 (the highest possible score).
SU will become the first university in Washington state and the first Jesuit school in the nation to divest its endowment from fossil fuels over the next five years.
SU is a Top 10 school when it comes to being green, according to the 2018 “Cool Schools” rankings published this week in Sierra, the magazine of The Sierra Club
In June 2018, Seattle University's second STARS report resulted in a GOLD rating with an improved score of 75.64. Go SU!
The Washington and Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WOHESC) will take place in Seattle in February 2019. Proposal deadline: October 15, 2018