Student groups around campus
Join Common Ground and other student organizations such as the Geography Club, Outing Club, and Fish & Wildlife Club. Run for office through Student Government to represent the student body’s environmental interest and help forward Plymouth State University in environmental initiatives.
What is Residential Life up to?
Apply to be a Sustainability Fellow. The fellows, which are represented in each hall, advocate recycling, living sustainably, and going green in your very own residence building.
In the Classroom
Take environmentally focused classes such as: Sustainability in Residences, Environmental Geography, Environmental Planning, Environment and Society, Cultural Ecology, Intro to Environmental Science and Conservation. For first years, there is a variety of first year seminar courses with an environmental focus. Please visit the The Office of the Registrar for more information.
Work Study positions on campus are available to qualified students in offices such as: the Office of Environmental Sustainability, Center for the Environment, Center for Rural Partnerships, Physical Plant, Financial Aid and Admissions. All offices can help to keep you informed and influential.
Know your professors
Stop by the Center for the Environment and the Center for Rural Partnerships to learn about research projects being conducted. Ask about opportunities for students to become involved in ongoing research.
Visit the EcoHouse today. It’s open to the public for all purpose use – hanging out, studying, doing research, and holding meetings. For an opportunity to live in the EcoHouse, please visit Residential Life.