The Sustainability Club works to educate the campus community on what it means to be sustainable and how to make sustainable choices. To help get the community to commit to more sustainable lifestyles, a campus presence is held through: tabling at university events, creating campus events, adopting campaigns to spread awareness, and taking on sustainability projects.
The purpose of the Environmental Studies Club is to enhance students knowledge about the major. In doing so, the club provides a backbone by bringing together likeminded people who aspire the same interests. Together we can create professional networking not only among the club but also as a team. The idea here is to involve students to explore their passions by encouraging research presentations. I hope to accommodate students by designing specific agendas that will take part in their education as well as interests in the field. I wish to go over topics that engage students involvement in the community as well as their persistence in job related material. The goals of the organization is to empower students by providing support and building academic success.
The Ocean Conservation Club strives to make a difference on campus and in our community on issues like reducing plastic waste! Ocean Conservation Club also brings awareness to important issues relating to ocean acidification, ocean pollution, and ocean activism by bringing guest speakers to our biweekly club meeting.
For more information or to get involved email the Ocean Conservation Club or check out our page at the Student Life and Leadership.
The CSUSM Garden Club was founded in 2017 in order to educate students in the ways of sustainable living, and as well as promote gardening as an inviting hobby to partake in.
For more information or to get involved email the Garden Club or check out our page at the Student Life and Leadership.
If you are interested in participating in the Sustainability Advisory Committee, please contact Juliana Goodlaw-Morris to find out meeting times and level of commitment. The Sustainability Advisory Committee are open to all students, staff and faculty.
Passionate about sustainability?
Come volunteer with the Safety, Risk and Sustainability Office!
We will help you develop a project that works towards creating a culture of sustainability on campus.
Stop by the SRS office @ Craven 4700 or contact Juliana Goodlaw-Morris, Sustainability Manager at email@example.com to learn more.
If you answered “no” to any of these questions, consider taking the quiz challenge below to find out how much energy and water you are consuming. Then take action to reduce your footprint!