Sustainability Development House
Location: 205 E Washington Street
Coed: by Room
Room Types: Singles and Doubles
Mission: To provide a strong living and learning community of students with a common interest in understanding and acting upon a broad range of sustainability-related issues. House members will partner with the W&L community and the greater community to examine their own role - both in a local and global sense - in building a more sustainable world. The House environment will provide opportunities for residents to collaborate, host programs and events, and view films, etc. about sustainability themes.
The Sustainability Development House has two goals: to live communally and explore ways to minimize human negative impacts on the natural environment, and to offer education and information to the campus community. Residents will be encouraged to sponsor programs and activities within this theme and to collaborate with the Student Affairs Office on the planning and implementation. Residents will be engaged in the planning for a future Sustainability House at another venue on campus that will seek to incorporate green initiatives in its infrastructure as well as promote sustainability through its programming.
Amenities include common area spaces and a clothes washer and dryer at no charge to Sustainability House residents. The members of the house aim to learn from each other, recognizing that each person comes from a different background and has a unique view of the world.
- Active participation and interest in sustainability matters
- No minimum GPA at this time
Expectations of Residents:
- Participate and help coordinate monthly programming activities
- Commitment to respect and learn from fellow residents
- No smoking
- Must follow University Alcohol Policies
Questions? Contact Amy Perkins, Director of Residence and Greek Life.