For two consecutive years Utah State University has been named a Princeton Review “Green College.” Ranked in the top 80th percentile of more than 700 schools surveyed, the university wears her green badge with pride.
But what does “going green” even mean? Besides the fact that Utah State has more green space than any other college or university in the state, it’s all about critical thinking, which means always challenging conventional ways of doing things. From the preservation of natural environments to new innovations reducing energy consumption, USU is a major player in the sustainability movement.
Plus, going green can have incentives, like keeping the green in your wallet! How does a free bike to use for the semester sound?