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Loyola University Maryland

Student Survey

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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: Gregory Francese
Position (in student organization): Co-president
Date survey submitted: June 11, 2009

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
1) Please describe the student-run campus environmental/sustainability organization in which you have a leadership role.
Name of organization: Environmental Action Club
Number of active members: 6-8
Website: none
Date of last meeting: around 4/25/09
Frequency of meetings: Bi-monthly
Key issues addressed and programs implemented since August 2008: There is no real environmental awareness on Loyola’s campus. A general state of apathy exists among most students. Recycling is missing from one of our dining halls, students just throw things away with the trash that can be recycled, bottled water use is widespread, very little interaction with the local businesses and community.
Progress made on each issue/program since August 2008: None; everything seems to move at snail’s pace, which makes it very frustrating to get anything done.

SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES AND COMPETITIONS
2) Does your group organize any sustainability challenges/competitions for your campus and/or with other colleges?

[X ]  No
[  ]  Yes. Please list details for each competition.
#1 - Name of competition:
Year initiated:
Frequency of competition:
Participants:
Incentives:
Goal of competition:
Percent of energy/water/waste reduced:
Lasting effects of competition:
Website:

SUSTAINABILITY IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT
3) Does your student government include a specific position or committee dedicated to campus sustainability issues?
[X]  No
[  ]  Yes. Please describe:

OTHER ACTIVITIES
4) Please describe any additional campus sustainability activities or projects that you or your group has initiated at your school:
  Sustainability Week – a week centered on Earth Day where several student groups try to raise awareness for issues concerning the environment. There is a farmer’s market, fair trade coffee house, and information sessions.

5) Please list and briefly describe any other student-run organizations related to campus sustainability at your school, and provide URLs if available (e.g., student groups; student government committees; student-run food co-ops, gardens/farms, bike co-ops) and provide contact information of the student leaders, if possible:   There really are no other groups.

Questions 6 is for informational purposes only; your response will NOT be included in the Report Card evaluation process.
6) Please list any regional or national networks with which your group is affiliated (e.g., Energy Action Coalition/Campus Climate Challenge, Sierra Student Coalition, a state PIRG, a state student sustainability coalition):  

 

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Name: Kristin Abt
Position (in student organization): President
Date survey submitted: June 15, 2009

 

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
1) Please describe the student-run campus environmental/sustainability organization in which you have a leadership role.

Name of organization: Roots and Shoots
Number of active members: 3-5
Website: www.loyola.edu/studentactivities
Date of last meeting: April, 2009
Frequency of meetings: 2-3x/semester
Key issues addressed and programs implemented since August 2008: Wildlife conservation, CSA's, Community Outreach
Progress made on each issue/program since August 2008: Bake sales and cotton tote sale zoos and aquarium adoptions, bowling and ice skating events for rhino and polar bear conservation, farm volunteering, Thanksgiving food drive

 

SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES AND COMPETITIONS
2) Does your group organize any sustainability challenges/competitions for your campus and/or with other colleges?

[X  ]  No
[  ]  Yes. Please list details for each competition.
#1 - Name of competition:
Year initiated:
Frequency of competition:
Participants:
Incentives:
Goal of competition:
Percent of energy/water/waste reduced:
Lasting effects of competition:
Website:

 

SUSTAINABILITY IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT
3) Does your student government include a specific position or committee dedicated to campus sustainability issues?

[  ]  No
[  X]  Yes. Please describe: Unaware of specific details

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES
4) Please describe any additional campus sustainability activities or projects that you or your group has initiated at your school:  Facebook group and email lists to limit paper advertising

 

5) Please list and briefly describe any other student-run organizations related to campus sustainability at your school, and provide URLs if available (e.g., student groups; student government committees; student-run food co-ops, gardens/farms, bike co-ops) and provide contact information of the student leaders, if possible:  
Environmental Action Club
Power Shift Conference Participants
Recycling Coalition
( www.loyola.edu/studentactivities )

 

Questions 6 is for informational purposes only; your response will NOT be included in the Report Card evaluation process.

6) Please list any regional or national networks with which your group is affiliated (e.g., Energy Action Coalition/Campus Climate Challenge, Sierra Student Coalition, a state PIRG, a state student sustainability coalition): 

 

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