Campus Sustainability Fund
Sustainability is everybody's responsibility - and your ideas help keep Paul Smith's green. Every PSC student contributes an annual 26$ dollar fee which goes directly into the fund! PSC students, faculty, and staff develop projects and apply for Campus Sustainability Fund Grants. The Sustainability Fund was created by a group of interested students and staff in 2009.
To be considered for funding, projects must contribute to environmental, social, or economic sustainability of the PSC campus, regional community, or global community (in descending priority).
It's Your campus, Your money, Your ideas, your vote!
Don't just sit there! Fund it!
Check out the enery metering system project recent PSC Graduate John Buyl (class of 2014) wrote and implimented through the Campus Sustainabiltiy Fund. New Smart Meters Help PSC Reduce Energy Use. For more fund sucess stories or to view past proposals check out the Campus Sustainabiltiy Office website
Campus Sustainability Fund Objectives
To be a catalyst for initiatives that further campus and community sustainability
To empower students as agents of change
To provide financial support for campus projects
To increase student stewardship of campus grounds
To provide a legacy to future PSC students
To demonstrate PSC’s commitment to local and global sustainability
To increase opportunities for student engagement and place attachment
Submit a Proposal
Spring 2015 proposals will be accepted until Feb. 26 - get more details.