The USGBC is a student-led organization that is interested in sustainable mechanical systems and design concepts. The club hosts speakers, proposes construction projects and works to grant LEED certifications within the Tucson community.
ASLA is a student-run organization united to develop and enhance the environment we live in through landscape architecture. This organization provides its members contacts with other students, schools and professionals locally and nationwide.
AIAS is a student-run organization dedicated to providing information and resources on issues critical to architectural education, including sustainable design. AIAS provides a sense of community for members and allows members to combine their efforts to advance the art and science of architecture.
The Eco-Reps are at the heart of the Residence Life Sustainability Program. They are volunteers from each residence hall who first learn about sustainable issues and then assist in educating others about sustainability within the residence halls. Eco-Reps help plan events and projects throughout the year, including Earth Day events, Recycle Mania and Battle of the Utilities.
SEHSA is an organization that provides community outreach, networking and learning opportunities in environmental health sciences for students. The purpose of SEHSA is to bring together individuals who have mutual interests and ideals in environmental health and actively promote the improved health and welfare of the campus and the Tucson community.
SFS is an Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA) program which empowers student leadership, pursues institutional sustainability, and promotes environmental awareness in the University of Arizona community. Students work closely with management departments of UA to implement initiatives that improve the sustainability of the university.