Since 2008, the Campus Sustainability Fee (CSF) has been used to support a variety of sustainability related projects and initiatives on campus, ranging from installations of motion sensor lighting and hydration stations to the development of the ETSU Recycling Center and the ETSU Buc Bikes program. This $8 per semester student fee goes a long way to enhance sustainability on our campus.
Each fall, faculty, staff, and students may submit proposals to request funding from the CSF. Proposals are reviewed by the CSF Committee and are evaluated in terms of project feasibility, approximate budget, benefit to the university, and the project's level of involvement with student engagement and learning.
Proposals submitted for CSF funding should focus on topics such as energy and water
conservation, environmental/sustainability education, recycling, etc.
Campus Sustainability Fee Committee
Charge: Develop a decision making and reporting structure to establish on an annual basis:
Committee Members: One year appointment with no term limits