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Sustainability at SCU

The Center for Sustainability empowers SCU students, faculty, and staff to build a more humane, just, and sustainable world.

We host events and programs, implement initiatives, provide strategic consultation, and share stories that help the University achieve climate neutrality, practice mindful consumption, develop a culture of sustainability and use the campus as a living laboratory.

       

Racial Justice Now

SCU's Environmental Justice and the Common Good Initiative shares resources to help us learn about major contributions that African-American communities have made to the environmental and climate action movements as well as suggestions to support and participate in racial justice organizing.

Racial Justice Now

Take Action

Get involved - Download the Playbook based on your role at SCU and choose how you'll contribute. Earn collectable badges to show off how you're building a more #SustainableSCU!

Take Action

Here's the Plan

Check out the goals and objectives laid out by many people across campus! We have developed a roadmap of strategies that outlines how we will achieve SCU's sustainability commitments.

Here's the Plan

Alert icon The Forge Garden is closed until further notice. Due to COVID-19, The Forge Garden is closed to the public. All produce is being donated to families in need, as well as to Bronco Pantry and HomeSafe women's shelter. We hope to open our doors to the community once it is safe to do so. Please stay in touch through our social media accounts.

Sustainability Events

Latest Stories

  • Shoutout to Summer Interns

    We had our first-ever batch of virtual volunteer interns this summer. A huge thank-you to these students for their incredible work. Read more about their projects.

  • SCU Earns STARS Gold!

    The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) recognizes SCU for its sustainability achievements in 5 different categories. Read more about this rating and view the University's latest report.

  • Resiliency Bags Update

    So far, we've donated 2000+ lbs. of produce from our gardens and have included family activities. You can help us bolster the bags with pantry items through donations.