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California State University–Monterey Bay

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With the publication of the College Sustainability Report Card 2010, more than 1,100 school survey responses from over 300 institutions are now available online. In total, these surveys offer more than 10,000 pages of data collected from colleges and universities during the summer of 2009 . To access surveys from other schools, go to the  surveys section  of the website. To see grades, or to access additional surveys submitted by this school, please click the "Back to Report Card" link at the beginning or end of the survey.

 

Name: Bob Brown

Title: Director for Facilities Services and Operations

Date survey submitted: 7/29/09

 

ADMINISTRATION

 

SUSTAINABILITY POLICIES

1) Does your school have its own formal sustainability policy?

[X ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please describe and provide URL, if available:

 

2) Has the president of your institution signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment (ACUPCC)?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. If completed, please provide the date the GHG Report was submitted to the ACUPCC: 2007 report submitted September 15, 2008

 

3) Has your institution signed the Talloires Declaration?

[ X ]  No

[  ]  Yes

 

4) Is there a sustainability component in your institution's master plan and/or strategic plan (check all that apply)?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes, in the master plan. Please describe and provide URL, if available: http://fmp.csumb.edu/site/Documents/cpd/FINAL_2007_MP-Vol_II/01_Design_Guidelines.pdf

The CSU Monterey Bay's Master Plan (MP) densifies the existing military sprawl into a bikeable, walkable, car-free campus core, thus

reducing reliance on single occupant vehicles and limiting emissions. Shuttles, buses and improved bike and pedestrian pathways will help

meet this goal. The MP also calls for renewable energy, water efficiency, preserving over 300 acres of oak woodland habitat and

using green building practices.

[ X]  Yes, in the strategic plan. Please describe and provide URL, if available: http://csumb.edu/site/Documents/strategicplan/2389StratPlanBooklet.pdf

The Strategic Plan is being updated to include a Key Initiative that creates a Climate Action Plan. This plan is aligns the ACUPCC with Master Plan development goals.

 

ADVISORY COUNCIL

5) Does your school have a council or committee that advises on and/or implements policies and programs related to sustainability?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes

 

If you answered "No" to question 5, please proceed directly to question 11.

 

6) Please provide the name of the committee and list the number of meetings held since August 2008.

Name: Campus Climate Commitment Committee.

Number of meetings: The committee has not formally met during this period. Its members have communicated through email and participated in many sustainability projects throughout the year.

 

7) Please provide number of stakeholder representatives on the committee.

[#   1 ]  Administrators

[#  3  ]  Faculty

[#  5  ]  Staff

[# 1   ]  Students

[#    ]  Other. Please describe:

 

8) Please provide the name of the chair(s) of the committee for the 2009-2010 academic year, and indicate which stakeholder group the chair(s) represents.

If 2009-2010 academic year information is not yet available, please provide information for 2008-2009 instead.

Name of chair(s): Bob Brown

Position(s) (e.g., administrator, faculty, staff, student): Administrator

 

9) To whom does the committee report (e.g., president, vice president)? The committee reports to the President.

 

10) Please list key issues/programs that the committee has addressed or implemented since August 2008.

Key issues/programs that the group has addressed/implemented since August 2008:

 

PV project - The campus is in the process of constructing a one megawatt Solar Photovoltaic project.

 

Energy Efficiency - Over the past three years we have upgraded building management systems to direct digital control, integrated

building controls into campus wide energy management system.  Retro commissioned selected buildings, retrofitted specific HVAC equipment.

Commissioned new buildings prior to opening.  Constructed central hot water plant & distribution system.

 

Green Power Management - The campus has purchased two years of renewable Energy Credits for our new load in the Library

 

Recycling project - Campus staff performed a residence hall waste audit to determine the percentage of recyclable materials in the waste

stream. We are now placing 900 recycling bins in residence halls, one in each residence hall room.  We've changed the janitorial contract to

empty staff desk side recycling bins and increased the size of recycling dumpsters and decreased the size of waste dumpsters.

 

Participated in Focus the nation for the second year.

 

Progress made on each of these issues since August 2008:

 

SUSTAINABILITY STAFF

11) Does your school employ sustainability staff (excluding student employees and interns)?

[ X]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please provide titles and number of sustainability staff.

[#    ]  Number of full-time staff (in FTE). Titles: [         ]

[#    ]  Number of part-time staff (in FTE). Titles: [        ]

 

12) Does the head of the sustainability staff report directly to the president or another high-level administrator (e.g., vice president, vice chancellor)?

[ X]  N/A

[  ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please describe:

 

OFFICE OR DEPARTMENT

13) Does your school have an office or department specifically dedicated to furthering sustainability on campus?

[ X ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please describe (including name of office or department and year created):

 

WEBSITE

14) Does your school have a website detailing its sustainability initiatives?

[  ]  No

[  X]  Yes. Please provide URL: http://csumb.edu/site/x19470.xml

 

GREEN PURCHASING

15) Does your school have a formal green purchasing policy?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please describe policy and provide URL to full policy, if available: The California State University system of 23 campuses has the following policy

  http://www.calstate.edu/csp/recycle/recycle.shtml

 

16) Does your school purchase ENERGY STAR qualified products?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Some. Please describe: One of our largest equipment purchase are in the area of replacement computers. Nearly all of the latest

purchases of computers are energy star and EPEAT Gold Certified. Our newer copiers are also Energy Star Certified (Konica bizhub).

[  ]  All

 

17) Does your school purchase environmentally preferable paper products (e.g., 100 percent post-consumer recycled content, certified by the Forest Stewardship Council)?

[  ]  No

[x  ]  Some. Please describe: The paper utilized in bathrooms is all green seal certified.

Our stationary "utilizes vegetable-based inks and Forest Stewardship Council-certified recycled paper . The window envelopes will utilize

glycine windows instead of plastic - a recycled material that is also completely compostable."( http://marketing.csumb.edu/site/x9624.xml ). Our copier and printer paper is delivered to CSUMB by Office Max, most of it contains recycled content( Last year it is reported that 54% of our paper contained recycled product.

[  ]  All. Please describe:

 

18) Does your school purchase Green Seal, Environmental Choice certified, or biorenewable cleaning products?

[  ]  No

[  ]  Some. Please describe:

[ X ]  All. Please describe: Our custodial contract calls for all cleaning products to be green Seal certified.

 

19) Are your school's computer/electronics purchase decisions made in accordance with standards such as the Electronic Product Environmental

Assessment Tool (EPEAT)?

[  ]  No

[  X]  Some. Please describe: Some. Please describe: One of our largest equipment purchases are in the area of replacement computers.

Nearly all of the latest purchases of computers are energy star and EPEAT Gold Certified. For our largest purchases of laptops the model

is HP 6730B :

http://www.epeat.net/ProductDisplay.aspx?return=search&action=view&search=true&productid=1893&epeatcountryid=1&ProductType=0

Our campus also utilizes many Macbooks that are also EPEAT gold :

http://www.epeat.net/ProductDisplay.aspx?return=search&action=view&search=true&productid=2751&epeatcountryid=1&ProductType=0

[  ]  All

 

20) Does your school use only pesticides that meet the standards for organic crop production set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture or

Canadian Organic Standards (excluding on-campus farms)?

[ X ]  No

[  ]  Some. Please describe:

[  ]  All

 

CLIMATE CHANGE & ENERGY

 

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS INVENTORY

21) Has your school completed a greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions inventory?

Please check all that apply.

[  ]  No.

[  ]  In progress. Please describe status and provide estimated completion date:

[ X ]  Yes.  Please provide total annual GHG emissions (in metric tons of CO2e). Also, include the start date for each year as well as the

URL to each inventory, if available online, or attach the document.

2008: 17,552

2007: 17,929    22,348; Start date – January 1, 2007; URL – http://acupcc.aashe.org/ghg-report.php?id=370

2006: 18,372

2005: Not available on consistent baseline

 

COMMITMENT TO GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REDUCTION

The purchase of carbon offsets does not count toward greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions for this indicator. They are counted in a subsequent indicator.

22) Has your school made a commitment to reducing GHG emissions by a specific amount?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please list details.

Reduction level: 300 tons from our one megawatt solar station

Baseline year: 2007

Target date: 12/2009

 

If you answered only "No" or "In progress" to question 21, please now skip to question 27.

 

REALIZED GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS

23) Has your school achieved a reduction in GHG emissions?

[  ]  No

[ x ]  Yes. Please list details.

Percentage reduced: 8%

Baseline year:  2007

Date achieved: 12/31/08

 

24) Please provide the total heating and cooling degree days averaged over the past three years.

Data on total degree heating and cooling days is available at: http://www.degreedays.net/ . This information will be used to help reduce bias between schools in different climates.

Cooling degree days average over the past three years: 54

Heating degree days average over the past three years: 3115

 

25) Please provide GHG emissions figures on a per-thousand-square-foot basis for the past three years.

Per-Thousand-Square-Foot Emissions = Total CO2e in metric tons / Total maintained building space in thousands of square feet.

2008: 9.75

2007: 10.98 16.2

2006: 11.33

 

26) Please provide GHG emissions figures on a per-full-time-student basis for the past three years.

Per-Student Emissions = Total CO2e in metric tons / Total number of full-time enrolled students.

2008: 4.25

2007: 4.78   5.5

2006: 5.22

 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

27) What programs or technologies has your school implemented to improve energy efficiency (e.g., cogeneration plant, retrocommissioning of HVAC systems, performing system tune-ups, temperature setbacks)?

Upgraded building management systems to direct digital control, integrated building controls into campus wide energy management system.  Retro commissioned selected buildings, retrofitted specific HVAC equipment.  Commissioned new buildings prior to opening. Constructed central hot water plant & distribution system.

 

ENERGY CONSERVATION

28) Do you facilitate programs that encourage members of the campus  community to reduce energy use (e.g., cash incentives, signs reminding

individuals to turn off lights and appliances)?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please describe: We are currently placing stickers on the light switches on campus to remind people to turn off lights. Nest semester we will partner with students to put together a more comprehensive communication program.

 

RENEWABLE ENERGY GENERATION

29)  Does your school generate renewable electricity?

[ X ]  No, but in December 2009 we will begin generating one megawatt of Solar Power on campus, through a power purchase agreement.

[  ]  Yes. Please specify percentage of overall electricity generated from each of the following sources and describe details below.

[    %]  B100 biodiesel

[    %]  Clean biomass

[    %]  Concentrating solar power (CSP)

[    %]  Geothermal

[    %]  Low-impact hydropower

[  16  %]  Solar photovoltaics, beginning in December 2009.

[    %]  Wind

[    %]  Other

 

Description:

 

30)  Does your school have solar hot water systems?

[ X ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please specify number of systems and total BTUs generated annually, if available:

 

RENEWABLE ENERGY PURCHASE

31) Has your school purchased electric energy from renewable sources

or renewable energy credits (RECs)?

RECs and electricity from renewable sources must be Green-e certified or meet the requirements of the Green-e standard.

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please describe.

Date of most recent contract:  11/24/2008 24 month term

Quantity (kWh): 1,290,000

Percentage of your total electric energy use that it represents: 4.7%

 

32) Has your school purchased non-electric energy from renewable sources?

[ X ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please describe.

Date of most recent contract:

Quantity (BTUs):

Percentage of your total non-electric energy use that it represents:

 

ON-SITE COMBUSTION

33) Please provide total BTUs of energy for heating and cooling from on-site combustion: 685,355 Therms

 

34) Please list each fuel source (e.g., coal, natural gas, oil) and the percent of overall BTUs derived from that source:

100% natural gas

 

35) Is any on-site combustion for heating and cooling derived from renewable sources?

[ X ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please describe.

Percentage on-site combustion derived from renewable sources: [   %]

Total BTUs of energy generated from renewable sources: [#      ]

Description of renewable energy sources used for on-site combustion for heating and cooling:

 

FOOD & RECYCLING

The food portion of this category is covered in a separate dining survey.

 

RECYCLING OF TRADITIONAL MATERIALS

36) Please indicate which traditional materials your institution recycles (check all that apply).

[  ]  None

[ X ]  Aluminum

[ X ]  Cardboard

[ X ]  Glass

[ X ]  Paper

[  ]  Plastics (all)

[ X ]  Plastics (some)

[  ]  Other. Please list:

 

37) Diversion rate : [  71  %]

 

RECYCLING OF ELECTRONIC WASTE

38) Does your institution have an electronics recycling program?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. If available, please indicate the total annual weight or volume of each material collected for recycling or reuse.

[  X  ]  Batteries 1 ton

[    ]  Cell phones

[  X  ]  Computers  - All e-waste 8.7 tons

[   X ]  Light bulbs All fluorescent bulbs, tonnage unknown

[   X ]  Printer cartridges

[  x  ]  Other E-waste. Please list: 1.3 tons universal waste

 

COMPOSTING (ASIDE FROM DINING FACILITIES)

39) What percentage of your campus's landscaping waste is composted or mulched?

[    100   %]

 

40) Do you provide composting receptacles around campus in locations other than dining halls (e.g., in residence halls, offices, academic buildings)?

[ X ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please describe:

 

SOURCE REDUCTION

41) Do you have any source-reduction initiatives (e.g., end-of-semester furniture or clothing swaps and collections)?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please describe: Career Services has a program to recycle business clothing for students to use at job interviews and at their new jobs.

 

GREEN BUILDING

 

GREEN BUILDING POLICY

42) Does your school have a formal green building policy?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please describe policy and provide URL to the full policy, if available:

http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-987.html

 

Excerpt of Executive Order 987:

7.       The CSU shall design and build all new buildings and major renovations beginning in the FY 2006-2007 to meet or exceed the

minimum requirements of the CSU Sustainability Measurement System, which shall be equivalent to LEEDTM “Certified.” Each campus shall strive to achieve a higher standard in the CSU Sustainability Measurement System equivalent to LEEDTM “Silver” within project budget constraints.

 

Each campus may pursue external certification through the LEEDTM process. Campuses that elect to pursue LEEDTM certification shall seek nonstate funding sources to support that effort. (05-Adopt)

 

GREEN BUILDING STANDARDS

43) Please indicate LEED-certified buildings.

[#  0    ]  Total number of LEED-certified buildings.

[    sq ft]  Certified-level (combined gross square footage). Please list building names:

[    sq ft]  Silver-level (combined gross square footage). Please list building names:

[    sq ft]  Gold-level (combined gross square footage). Please list building names:

[    sq ft]  Platinum-level (combined gross square footage). Please list building names:

 

44) Please indicate buildings that meet LEED certification criteria

but are not certified.

[#  1   ]  Total number of buildings that meet LEED criteria

[    sq ft]  Certified-level criteria met, but not certified (combined gross square footage). Please list building names:

[     137000sq ft]  Silver-level criteria met, but not certified (combined gross square footage). Please list building names: Tanimura

and Altle Library

[   sq ft]  Gold-level criteria met, but not certified (combined gross square footage). Please list building names:

[    sq ft]  Platinum-level criteria met, but not certified (combined gross square footage). Please list building names:

 

45) Please indicate buildings that are ENERGY STAR labeled.

[#  0    ]  Total number of ENERGY STAR buildings. Please list building names:

[  0  sq ft]  Combined gross square footage.

 

RENOVATIONS AND RETROFITS

46) Please indicate LEED-EB certified buildings.

[#    0  ]  Total number of LEED-EB certified buildings. Please list building names:

[    sq ft]  Combined gross square footage.

 

47) Please indicate buildings that meet LEED-EB certification criteria but are not certified.

[#    1  ]  Total number of buildings that meet LEED-EB criteria but are not certified. Please list building names: Dining Commons, under construction

[    3970sq ft]  Combined gross square footage.

 

48) Please indicate renovated buildings that are ENERGY STAR labeled.

[#  0    ]  Total number of renovated buildings that are ENERGY STAR labeled. Please list building names:

[    sq ft]  Combined gross square footage.

 

49) What energy-efficiency technologies have you installed in existing buildings (e.g., HVAC systems, motion sensors, ambient light sensors,

T5 lighting, LED lighting, timers, laundry technology)?

For each technology, please indicate the number and type of fixtures installed, and the number of buildings in which those fixtures are installed. If possible, include either the percentage of the overall campus fixtures each type represents or the percentage of overall maintained building space that has been renovated with the technology (e.g., 20 buildings representing 10 percent of maintained building space have been retrofitted with motion sensors; thus, 10 percent of the total maintained building space in square feet would be the desired data).

 

Energy Efficiency Measure Estimated % of FT2

 

Centralized Monitoring & Scheduling of HVAC + advanced control strategies 58%

Lighting upgraded to premium T8 from T12 or standard T8 32%

HVAC Occupancy Sensors 32%

Variable speed drive on HVAC 10%

Lighting upgraded from HID to CFL 26%

Centralized boiler plant 13%

 

50) What water-conservation technologies have you installed in existing buildings (e.g., low-flow faucets, low-flow showerheads,

waterless urinals, dual-flush toilets, gray water systems, laundry technology)?

For each technology, please indicate the number and type of fixtures installed, and the number of buildings in which those fixtures are installed. If possible, include either the percentage of the overall campus fixtures each type represents or the percentage of overall maintained building space that has been renovated with the technology (e.g., 20 buildings representing 10 percent of maintained building space have been retrofitted with motion sensors; thus, 10 percent of the total maintained building space in square feet would be the desired data).

 

Low flow Faucets- In Library

Low Flow Showerheads-All residence hall rooms

Dual Flush Toilets-In Library and retrofitting when valves need maintenance.

Waterless Urinals- In at least 7 buildings

 

51) What percentage of your institution's non-hazardous construction and demolition waste is diverted from landfills?

[  90+  %]

 

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

 

RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES

52) Are there any sustainability-themed residential communities or housing options at your school?

[ X ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please provide details below.

Name of program:

Type of community (e.g., hall, building, house):

Number of students involved:

Additional details:

 

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION

53) Does a portion of your new student orientation specifically cover sustainability?

[  x]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please describe how sustainability is incorporated (e.g., information sessions, green tour):

 

INTERNSHIPS/OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES

54) Does your school offer on-campus office-based sustainability internships or jobs for students?

[ x ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please provide number of students and average number of hours worked weekly per student:

[#     ]  Paid positions. Average hours worked weekly per student:

[#     ]  Unpaid positions. Average hours worked weekly per student:

 

55) Does your school have residence hall Eco-Reps or other similar programs to promote behavioral change on campus?

[X  ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please provide details below, and indicate URL if available:

[#     ]  Paid positions. Average hours worked weekly per student:

[#     ]  Positions that award academic credit. Average hours worked weekly per student:

[#     ]  Uncompensated positions. Average hours worked weekly per student:

 

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

56) Does your school have active student-run organizations devoted to sustainability efforts on campus?

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please provide total number of active organizations, names of organizations, a brief description of each, and URLs, if available:

The Associated Student  body Environmental Senator position http://as.csumb.edu/site/x23490.xml and the Environmental Committee promote sustainability on campus.

 

SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES AND COMPETITIONS

57) Does your school organize any sustainability challenges/competitions for your campus and/or with other colleges?

[ x ]  No

[  ]  Yes. Please list details for all competitions.

Name of competition:

Year initiated:

Frequency of competition:

Participants:

Incentives:

Goal of competition:

Percent of energy/water/waste reduced:

Lasting effects of competition:

Website:

 

TRANSPORTATION

 

CAMPUS MOTOR FLEET

58) How many vehicles are in your institution's fleet?

[#    57    ]

 

59) Please list the number of alternative-fuel vehicles in each class.

[#       2 ]  Hybrid. Please list makes and models:

[#     15   ]  Electric. Please describe type of vehicles: Carts used for mail delivery and information technology departments

[#        ]  Biodiesel. Please describe type of vehicles and list biodiesel blend(s) used:

[#     8   ]  Other. Please describe: 3 New (SLEV), 5 Alternative Fuel (E85/unleaded, & CNG/unleaded)

 

60) What is the average GHG emission rate per passenger mile of your institution's motorized fleet?

[#    Unknown    ]  pounds of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) per passenger mile traveled.

 

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES

61) Does your school offer incentives for carpooling?

[  ]  N/A. Please explain:

[  ]  No

[ x ]  Yes. Please describe details of the program including the type of the incentive and eligible community members (e.g., faculty, staff,

students):  CSUMB staff can participate in a rideshare rewards program through Commute Alternatives.

http://www.commutealternatives.info/my_carpool

 

62) Does your school offer public transportation subsidies?

[  ]  N/A. Please explain:

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please describe the program including the size of the discount (as a percent of full price) and eligible community members

(e.g., faculty, staff, students):

 

Free bus service to Peninsula

Monterey Salinas Transit (MST) has expanded its service to CSUMB. Line 16 runs on the half hour from the campus to downtown Monterey, stopping at the Edgewater Shopping Center in Sand City. Line 16 also connects the university to Marina, going as far as Wal-Mart. The fare is free for anyone who boards the bus at CSUMB - and there's no need to show a university ID. For the return trip to campus from Monterey, Sand City or Marina, riders pay the regular fare ($2). Riders traveling on Line 16 between stops on the Central Campus and the Schoonover residential area enjoy free passage in either direction, as both areas are within MST's free-fare zone. Riders can board the bus at eight locations on campus: White Court (Schoonover), Holovits Court (Schoonover), Devers Court (Schoonover), Patch Court (Schoonover), CSUMB Administration Building on Divarty Street, VA Clinic on Engineer Place, Fourth Avenue at Divarty Street and Lightfighter Drive at Gen. Jim Moore Boulevard. For schedule information and a map, visit mst.org/routes/index

 

63) Does your school provide free transportation around campus?

[  ]  N/A. Please explain:

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please describe:  CSUMB has a free shuttle that picks up every 15 minutes during the academic terms and circulates between the main campus and east campus housing.

 

64) Does your school operate a free transportation shuttle to local off-campus destinations?

[  ]  N/A. Please explain:

[  ]  No

[ X ]  Yes. Please describe: Students, staff and faculty can board the local bus for free within the campus boundaries. Also:

http://csumb.edu/site/x21154.xml

 

BICYCLE PROGRAM

65) Does your school offer a bicycle-sharing/rental program or bicycle repair services?

[  ]

[  X]  Yes. Please provide details below. Campus Outdoor Recreation rents bicycles to students and will repair them as needed. The operation will be expanding into a new space with the beginning of School in August 2009.

Year created: 2006

Number of bikes available: 50

Fees for participation: Daily, Weekly, semester and monthly rates

Repair services provided: yes

 

CAR-SHARING PROGRAM

66) Does your school partner with a car-sharing program?

[  X]  No  but we are exploring the Wee car-sharing program.

[  ]  Yes. Please provide details below.

Year created:

Total number of vehicles:

Number of hybrid vehicles:

Fee for membership:

 

PLANNING

67) Does your school have policies that support a pedestrian-friendly or bike-friendly campus (e.g., in the school's master plan, a policy prohibiting vehicles from the center of campus)?

[  ]  N/A. Please explain:

[  ]  No

[  x ]  Yes. Please describe: Our Master Plan is based on the principle of creating a bike and pedestrian friendly campus. All new development is taking place within a centralized core connected by bike and pedestrian pathways within a 10 minute walk. One central campus has already been closed to create a pedestrian mall, another is planned for closure and an arched, landscaped pathway has been constructed to connect the new buildings.

 

68) What percentage of individuals commute to campus via environmentally preferable transportation (e.g., walking, bicycling, carpooling, using public transit)?

[ 0  .02  %] 33 signed up for rideshare/alternative transportation rewards club, 1600 shuttle riders/month

 

STATISTICS

 

69) Campus setting:

[ X ]  Rural

[  ]  Suburban

[  ]  Urban

[  ]  Other. Please describe:

 

70)  Total number of buildings: [# 69 ]

71)  Combined gross square footage of all buildings : [# 1,375,972

72)  Full-time enrollment (undergraduate and graduate): [#  4340    ]

73)  Part-time enrollment (undergraduate and graduate): [#  401       ]

74)  Part-time enrollment as a proportion to a full-time course load: [#0  .04] 16 units/401

75)  Percent of full-time students that live on campus:   [60%]

 

Questions 76-87 are for informational purposes only; responses will NOT be included in the Report Card evaluation process.

 

OTHER AREAS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGAGEMENT

 

Please mark an "X" next to each item that applies to your institution.

 

76)  Outdoors club: [ X ]

77)  Disposable water bottle ban: [  ]

78)  Participation in Recyclemania: [  ]

79)  Student trustee position: [ X ]

80)  Environmental science/studies major: [ X ]

81)  Environmental science/studies minor or concentration : [ X ]

82)  Graduate-level environmental program: [x  ]

83)  Student green fee: [  ]

84)  Alumni green fund: [  ]

85)  Revolving loan fund for sustainability projects: [ X ]

86)  Campus garden or farm: [  ]

87)  Single-stream recycling: [ X ]

 

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