CRWU Continues to Rank Well on Green School Lists. Case Western Reserve University was recently ranked on two green higher education lists: The Princeton Review’s Green Rating and the Sierra Club’s Cool Schools List.
The Princeton Review published their green ratings this Fall and CWRU’s score was 94 out of a possible 99. The company chose colleges to be included on the list based on "Green Rating" scores. Those with a score of 80 or higher were included on the list with a possible high score of 99 and a low score of 60. Information was collected on schools’ sustainability-related policies, practices, and programs. CWRU Office for Sustainability submitted the data used through Sustainability, Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) report for Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) based on information provided by many partners on campus.
Stephanie Corbett, Sustainability Director, says, “Sustainability crosses all disciplines and departments on campus. We are proud to have such strong partners to forward green methods, practices and programs at CWRU. Our inclusion on these annual lists is an outward affirmation of an inward commitment.”
Find CWRU’s full listing, information and score with the Princeton Review on this web page. Find our sustainability information under “campus life."
You can also download the entire Green Schools guide. Find CWRU on page 53.