Sustainability at CCSU
CCSU President Jack Miller has been an active campus leader in the campus's sustainability effort. He signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment and CCSU has met the first milestone. Dr. Miller also appointed a President's Advisory Committee on Sustainability consisting of Faculty, Staff, and Students.
The more resources used in campus life, the larger impact we have on the Earth's natural systems.To achieve sustainable environmental solutions a commitment must be made to resource stewardship by individuals, administration, faculty, staff and students.
Princeton Review honors CCSU for being among greenest universities
The nationally recognized Princeton Review is giving Central Connecticut State University
a green thumbs-up for being "one of the most environmentally responsible colleges
in the U.S.A. and Canada."
CCSU Crowned Waste Reduction Champion by US EPA
US EPA Crowns CCSU Waste Minimization Champion in National Challenge
The Blue Devil's Going Green! Big Steps to a Small Footprint
CCSU participates in mattress recycling
There was some heavy lifting on Friday morning for staff and students at Central Connecticut State University as they hauled out mattresses from two dorms.
CCSU to reduce its footprint
Central Connecticut State University has made a significant advance in campus sustainability
by meeting the standards to achieve climate neutrality set by the American College
and University Presidents Climate Commitment
Business School launches sustainability institute
The School of Business at Central Connecticut State University has embarked on an
exciting new program related to environmental sustainability which will serve both
public and private sectors in the state.