- Climate Action
- Planning & Assessment
- Get Involved
There are many ways for students to get involved with sustainability at OSU! Students are the university's largest constituent group. Student participation in campus development, research, events, and policy enriches the student experience and helps OSU achieve excellence in best practices and academics.
Check out the OSUsed Store to purchase secondhand items, such as computers and computer accessories, furniture, office supplies, household items, bicycles, and more!
OSU Community Engagement & Leadership creates more caring and equitable communities. CEL keeps you up to date on community service, action weeks, social impact workshops, political engagement, and more! Imagine a better world. Make it happen.
Campus Recycling manages a comprehensive waste management system at OSU. They focus on reducing, reusing, and recycling with disposal as the last resort. Campus Recycling offers various ways for students to get involved, including the Waste Watchers club, Repair Fairs, and student employment opportunities.
Sustainable transportation at OSU is achieved through OSU Transportation Services. There are various ways to get around Corvallis, including safe bike routes, Corvallis Transit Service's free bus service, the Beaver Bus, and ride shares!
Sustainability is not only about preserving our natural environments. True sustainability protects people and addresses the systemic inequities that exist in people's environments and experiences due to class and race-based inequalities. In order to achieve a sustainable community, we must also have economic and social sustainability.
There are many OSU organizations, clubs, and initiatives that address social justice and provide ways to get involved:
There are various courses offered through the DPD Program that focus on sustainability and environmental justice. To see the full list of DPD courses offered, click here.