Get Involved


1. Check our calendar for Green Events that are coming up soon

2. Consider ways that you can be more green in your practices. Look over our tips list and take our sustainability pledge.

3. Go to Batten House on Wednesdays at 6:30pm for Chatten at Batten discussions and a free vegan dinner.

3. Join a student group: BMC GreensEarth Justice League, Garden Committee, the Bike Collective or the Apiary (beekeeping) Society

4. Join a Self Government Association Appointed Position (Sustainable Foods Committee, Green Ambassador Co-Head, Campus Greening Representative) or run for an Elected Postion (Green Ambassadors)

5. Take a class in Environmental Studies or consider becoming a minor.

6. Apply for a Green Grant from the Deans Office for summer internships and study.

7. Ask the Civic Engagement Office for opportunities for volunteering with environmental causes.


1. Check our calendar for Green Events that are coming up soon

2. Talk with your colleagues about tips that you can use in your office.

3. Consider what changes you can make at home such as composting, installing LED lightbulbs or solar panels, using low flow water fixtures and more!

4. For Faculty, consider how topics on the environment may play into your course material. Think about having a class outdoors, having a segment on environmental justice, or, for science classes having an experiment involving the use of Rhoads Pond, wildflower conservation areas or other on campus resources.

5. Consider setting up a carpool group in your department.





One Response to “Get Involved”

  1. Camilla Montonen Says:

    Dear Sustainability Steering Committee,
    for the past few years, the sustainability efforts at Bryn Mawr College have been focused on reducing the college’s carbon footprint. There has been very little conversation/education about reducing the water footprint of our community. As a community member concerned with the increasing shortage of fresh water for many people in the world, I would like to propose that this year some efforts are dedicated to educating community members about the water footprint. For example, I am sure that most people are unaware of the fact that it takes 925 litres of water to produce a kilogram of crips or that one kilogram of beef consumes about 16, 000 litres of water. Several organizations have released informative posters about the issue and it would be nice to compile a water footprint themed exhibition at Canaday, for example.

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