The Office of Sustainability has various ways to get involved for students, faculty/staff, and community members.
Sustainability Google Group
Want to make sure you’re getting all the information about sustainably focused events at Appalachian? Sign up for this group, which is not included in the regular Announcements group. View here
Carbon Neutral Commuter Program
The CNC Program, which began in the 2014-15 academic year, lets members of the Appalachian State community who drive and park on campus to offset the carbon they produce with a small additional fee to their parking pass.
Each residence hall has a sustainability focused liason between the office and their residence hall peers. This representative also takes part in a semester-long, 3 credit hour course relating to fundamentals of sustainable living.
Zero Waste Interns
The Office of Sustainability employs student interns who serve as peer educators to the student body, bringing the concept of Zero Waste to their community. These interns man the “Zero Waste Zones” at Mountaineer football games, assist in recycling and composting efforts, and spend time connecting with other students via tabling and special events.