Are you a current student with ideas on how to make EvCC more sustainable?
The EvCC Student Green Fee has funds available and will be accepting student proposals Jan 1st through Jan 31st, 2024
Submit yours to be a part of making EvCC a more sustainable place!
For details and instructions or to learn about previously funded projects Click Here
In order to submit a proposal, please follow these instructions:
- First, download and save both the budget proposal form, as well as the SMARTS worksheet
- Second, fill out the documents, saving them under the following format: ProjectPropsalName.Date.GreenFeeBPF and ProjectProposalName.Date.GreenFeeSMARTS
- Finally, email completed documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
The funds generated by the Student Green Fee and all associated revenue, which is generated, are to be used as otherwise provided by law, rule or regulation of the Board of Trustees for the express purpose of advancing the sustainability goals of the College and the ASEvCC.
When authorized and approved in a manner consistent with this Financial Code, Student Green Fee funds may be used for, but shall not be limited to:
A. Projects, programs, activities or other opportunities for students and the campus community to engage in promoting or implementing sustainable practices in all campus operations.
B. Travel and per diem costs for students and staff members on authorized travel status while participating in sustainability related student programs, activities or conferences.
C. Salaries or compensation for students, who are employed by the Office of Sustainability, or as otherwise needed for temporary positions and internships relating to projects funded by the Student Green Fee funds.
D. Supplies and materials considered essential for the day-to-day operation of the Office of Sustainability, including those for outreach and education, such as general office supplies; collateral and give-away items; posters, flyers, and other advertising mediums; technology deemed necessary for student use within the Office of Sustainability.
E. Promotion of and limited support for curricular and co-curricular programs that have a sustainability-related education component.
F. Subsidies or supplements to campus programs, departments and services (including contracted services) if such subsidies or supplements result in improvements to students’ access to sustainability resources, education, or demonstrates the capability to make the services of a contracted vendor on campus more sustainable.
G. Dues for institutional memberships in recognized sustainability professional organizations, provided that the legality of such an expenditure is first established in consultation with the legal advisor of the College.
Learn more about EvCC Sustainability www.everettcc.edu/green