Participants in SLE can take advantage of:
- A community of students interested in sustainability
- Mentorship from returning students
- Access to community kitchens
- SLE programs, events, trips and funding opportunities
- A unique location wooded residential area across the street from the Nichols Arboretum
Leadership opportunities with SLE include:
- Championing sustainability pilots and projects
- Increased ownership of their living space to make it more sustainable
- Championing justice in sustainability understandings, conversations and activities
- Development of a deeper understanding of personal and civic responsibility in shaping a more vibrant planet and future
- Exploration of the ways sustainability ties into academic and career interests
- Returning to SLE as a Peer Mentor
SLE requirements include:
- Living in SLE designated halls
- Taking the 1 credit SLE seminar during both fall and winter semesters
- Contribute to an inclusive community environment welcoming of all participants and their diverse identities
SLE students are also encouraged to:
- Live in West Seeley or Noble at Oxford Houses.
- Participate in community-wide welcome activities at the start of each semester.
- Be an active member of the community by participating in SLE sponsored programs and events (once per month is the suggested minimum).
- Design and plan SLE projects and activities
- Play a role in building a sustainable community and sustainability projects at SLE.
SLE welcomes students regardless of their academic focus.
Questions about the program? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or read more about SLE here.