Student organizations provide many ways for students to learn about sustainability outside the classroom and take action on campus and in the community. Join a group to meet other environmentally-focused students and make a difference!
Green Labs is a resource to help UT Austin faculty, staff, and student researchers run more environmentally-friendly labs. The program helps minimize waste, reduce water and energy use, and utilize the concepts of Green Chemistry.
Faculty can apply for The Sustainability Course Development Awards, which are designed to incentivize the development of new sustainability courses or the conversion of existing undergraduate courses.
Have a green idea? The Green Fund is a competitive grant program funded by UT Austin tuition fees to support sustainability-related projects and initiatives proposed by university students, faculty or staff.
The Campus Environmental Center (CEC) is a community of students who explore, learn about, and act on contemporary environmental issues on campus and in the Austin area. The CEC helps run programs like the Environmental Justice Collective, Green Events, Green Greeks, the Microfarm, and Trash to Treasure.