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As leaders in sustainability, we want our campus to thrive environmentally, economically and socially. As a student here, there are many opportunities to become a part of the movement.
Joliet Junior College offers the following courses for those interested in learning more about sustainability. For descriptions on each course offered, please click the respective link below.
SET 100 - Introduction to Sustainability
AEC 290 - Sustainability Forum
BIO 146 - Ecological Conservation
HVAC 231 - Energy Management Principles
RMGT 101 - Conservation
Business and Industry Sustainable Energy Courses (non-credit)
Going Green Gardening (non-credit)
The Joliet Junior College Student Sustainability pledge encourages students to take small but mindful action in their daily lives that will support the sustainability efforts on campus and collectively reduce the ecological footprint of our community.
The Student Sustainability Union (SSU) needs your help! Visit the Student Activities page to see how you can join.
The SSU advocates for sustainability to be a top priority at the college by employing the use of sound environmental practices, reducing our negative impact on the local environment, raising awareness on campus and in the community, and promoting social responsibility and global awareness.
The Student Sustainability Union began in spring semester of 2011 as a response not only to the national attention the topic of sustainability had received, but also to address the growing focus on student involvement and global awareness. The students enjoy the responsibility as active members of the JJCSI Committee as they continually keep education and awareness in mind.
Interested in sustainability and student government? Join Student Government and become a sustainability representative for the college's Sustainability Initiatives Committee. Visit the Student Activities page to see how you can join.
From volunteering at student events to food drives, there are plenty of ways to volunteer on campus. The Office of Student Activities encourages those that are interested to contact them to learn more about the various volunteering opportunities that are available.
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