The newest version of STARS features greater international relevance, simplified criteria for some credits, new options to earn bonus points and more!
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The 2019 Sustainable Campus Index recognizes top-performing colleges and universities overall and in 17 sustainability impact areas, as measured by STARS.
We seek an IT Strategy Consultant that will help assess AASHE’s current IT needs, create a strategy with a specific staffing approach for all IT needs (including web development, 3rd party platforms, IT support, security, etc.), and recommend a process for web development projects. Proposals are due no later than July 31, 2019. Learn more
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Join the AASHE team as an intern to assist with STARS submission reviews and updating the Campus Sustainability Resources Hub!
The AASHE Sustainability Awards recognize sustainability achievements, research advancements and student leadership at higher education institutions. Since 2006, AASHE has recognized 111 campuses and individuals through this esteemed program. AASHE is accepting now submissions and nominations for the following awards: Campus Sustainability Achievement Award Campus Sustainability Research Award Student Sustainability Leadership Award Lifetime Achievement Award […]
The new STARS website and Benchmarking Tool makes it easier for institutions to learn about STARS, get support during the reporting process and more.
AASHE has partnered with Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS), to offer STARS to ACTS members.
11 winners were announced as part of the 2018 AASHE Sustainability Award program. These winners were selected from more than 300 submissions. 2018 also marks the first year a Lifetime Achievement Award was presented.
The Sustainable Campus Index highlights the most sustainable colleges and universities in 17 impact areas and overall by institution type, as measured by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS).