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.
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.
We are seeking donations to purchase pantry items for our Resiliency Bags. Rather than shopping at big box stores, we buy items from local corner stores in the community where the bags are delivered. Give today!
This can be a busy time of year! Here are the top 5 things on our holiday checklist to integrate sustainability into this season’s festivities and traditions.
The SCU community prepared and submitted fifty delicious and sustainable meals as part of the Forge Garden’s tUrn Week Fall 2020 Cooking Challenge.
BUG grows from its gardens to a virtual garden, working with SCU students, to build a platform of community-based learning that remains committed to learning together.
This year, we’ve launched a social media series highlighting how SCU Broncos are contributing to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Check out some highlights of the groups we’ve featured so far.
Benson Memorial Center’s got new lights after a major LED upgrade and energy meter installation. What’s so bright about these changes? Read on to discover how much energy savings we’ve captured since March.