Contact the current Student Environmental Center's Green Building Campaign Coordinator. http://sec.enviroslug.org/green-building.html
The Sustainable Living Spaces Audit Program is a student-led audit of residential buildings on campus, with standards similar to those of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). The audit is organized into three sections: Building Envelope, Energy and Resources, and Community Sustainability. These categories examine the efficiency of the physical building and its surrounding, the energy and resource usage, and resident satisfaction and knowledge of sustainable practices gathered through a survey. The goal of the project is to assess the sustainability of the residence halls, give students an opportunity to conduct building audits, and create potential projects for students to fund and initiate to make the campus living spaces more sustainable and enjoyable.
Students can either conduct the audits again or utilize the existing assessment to start a project.
Please follow the link below to view the audit webpage. The webpage contains more information about the Sustainable Living Spaces Audit Program and includes a document of the most recent assessment. The assessment contains a list of potential project ideas at the end.