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JJC will maintain leadership for a long-term sustainable campus and community. Through continual innovation, education and outreach, the college will provide an example of service to our faculty, students, staff, and community’s environmental, economic and social needs.
Sustainability is a core value. Core values help to define JJC as a caring and friendly environment that embraces diversity, sustainability and encourages personal growth.
JJC recognizes that true sustainability involves a commitment to environmental, social, and economic improvement. JJC encourages planning, solutions and actions that provide benefits for students, employees, and the community.
This core value is defined in our strategic plan.
View the Sustainability Committee Charter
Sustainability is an important initiative at JJC.
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)
AASHE defines sustainability in an inclusive way, encompassing human and ecological health, social justice, secure livelihoods and a better world for all generations.
Illinois Green Economy Network (IGEN)
IGEN is a consortium of Illinois community colleges working together to share resources, common experiences and best practices to help grow the new green economy.
Smart Energy Design Assistance Center (SEDAC)
SEDAC provides a variety of energy saving programs for both new and existing buildings, as well as information and education for building owners and operators to maximize energy savings.