Co-curricular education encompasses all areas of learning that happen outside the classroom. This is a great opportunity for the campus to weave sustainability throughout the student experience, especially in the areas of Student Life. By developing co-curricular opportunities, different groups can help unlock each other’s potential and create programs that are greater than the sum of their parts.
- The Campus Planning Department, School of Natural Sciences, and CSUMB Basketball team collaborated to plant trees and develop an innovative Fog Collection project.
- 3 Campus as a Living Lab grants received, supporting class projects that support campus sustainability.
- Over four campus departments offer sustainability-focused student positions on campus, including in the Sustainability Office, Otter Cross-Cultural Center, Associated Students and Dining Services.