Student Sustainability Engagement
Wesleyan has nearly 20 student groups, projects, and programs that advance sustainability efforts on campus, in the community, and around the world.
Wesleyan Green Fund
The student-run Wesleyan Green Fund supports campus sustainability projects through a $15 per semester opt-out fee. The Fund accepts student, faculty, and staff proposals and chooses projects based on their ability to make Wesleyan a more sustainable place. The Fund’s members work with project applicants to tailor projects and provide financial and managerial support.
Eco Facilitators Program
The Eco Facilitators are peer-to-peer sustainability educators who promote sustainable lifestyle habits on campus. EFs are part of a year-long program that includes a fall course designed to equip them with the tools to collaborate with first-year students to encourage behavior changes. The first class of 11 EFs are in Clark, 200 Church, WestCo, Butterfield A, and Butterfield C; in 2015-16, they will also be in Bennet and Nicholson. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the program.