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Student Advisory Committee
The Environmental Studies Student Advisory Committee exists to have a student's perspective and input on many different aspects of the program. Members attend monthly meetings, assist with outreach events, and perform other duties. Learn more about the advisory committee members.
Environmental Studies Learning Community
The Ecoleaders first-year learning community is an opportunity for new students to instantly get involved with sustainability and leadership on campus. Get involved with likeminded students and learn the skills to be a leader in sustainability on campus!
A recognized student organization, Sustain UNL works to make UNL a greener, more sustainable campus. The group promotes recycling, reusing, and rethinking how students and a university use resources. It partners with other organizations such as ASUN's Environmental Sustainability Committee and UNL Landscape Services to help Lincoln go green. Learn more, or join by logging into the NvolveU website or on Facebook.
UNL Environmental Leadership Program
Environmental Leadership Program (ELP) is an ASUN committee that involves UNL freshmen and sophomores in making a sustainable impact on campus. Members of ELP plan and organize events that promote a sustainable culture at UNL, experience leadership development, gain education on environmental issues, and participate in aspects of student government such as grant and policy writing. Learn more by logging into the ASUN Environmental Leadership Program website or the ASUN Environmental Sustainability Committee website.
UNL Green Fund
The ASUN Green Fund provides grant funds for student-led projects directed toward improving overall environmental sustainability on the university campus. The fund and its grant reviewing committee empowers students and enables student-driven projects in sustainability by providing a source of funding, guidance, hands-on experience, and networking. Learn more by logging into the ASUN Green Fund website.