Campus Sustainability Committee

Attend a meeting

The Campus Sustainability Committee (CSC) is a collective of students, staff, and faculty that meets throughout the semester to set the vision for campus sustainability. The CSC plays a key role in raising campus awareness and keeping sustainability issues at the forefront of campus culture. Meetings are open to the public. Please email us to find out when the next meeting is.


More ways to get involved

Joining a committee isn't for everybody, but don't worry, there are lots of ways to be a sustainability champion in the FLC community. You can take a hands-on approach in the Environmental Center, put your money to work supporting efforts, or put your mind to work in the courses you choose.

Connect with FLC's Environmental Center

Join the Environmental Center and take an active role in projects that make a real, measurable difference for our campus environment and beyond. Students work with professional Environmental Center staff, gaining valuable skills in everything from garden planting to project management to drafting new policies. Plus, you'll have fun and be part of an amazing community of people committed to environmental sustainability and social justice.

Go to Environmental Center

Donate to the FLC Green Fund

Help us grow our sustainability efforts. Make a gift to the Fort Lewis College Green Fund. Every dollar makes a difference. Previous donations have made a measurable impact in reducing the College’s greenhouse gas emissions by increasing composting, adding electric vehicle charging stations to campus, boosting renewable energy, and more.

Donate to Green Fund

Study sustainability

Declare a major, minor, or certificate in a sustainability-related field. Sustainability is a part of the curriculum across campus. Learn about majors, minors, and certificates where you can make a difference from the Environment & Sustainability department.

Go to Environment & Sustainability department