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Projects, Initiatives, and Resources

Supporting and promoting a variety of sustainability projects and initiatives

Sustainability Council Projects

The Sustainability Council helps support and promote a variety of sustainability projects and initiatives at Prescott College, many initiated by students.

Calling all students, staff, and faculty who want to make Prescott College more sustainable--help us walk our talk by proposing a project to be considered for funding. You could receive a Sustainability Council funding award for your sustainability project. These projects must directly advance social, economic, and ecological sustainability here at the college. This is a great opportunity for students to receive funding for your Senior Project, Demonstration of Competence, or other course work. 


Students or employees interested in submitting a project for funding consideration are to prepare a proposal form according to the funding process instructions.  Student proposals can include projects that are a part of credit-bearing work within an academic course.  Detailed guidelines and information will be provided to those individuals with interest--please contact Peter Sherman, Director of Sustainability, at peter.sherman@prescott.edu or 928.350.1014.


Sustainable Initiatives at Prescott College

Climate Change

As a charter signatory to the American College and University President's Climate Commitment, Prescott College has pledged to develop a timeline for becoming "carbon-neutral."

Throughout the year, student courses will collaborate with the Sustainability Council in developing strategies to find ways to reduce the carbon footprint of Prescott College Programs.


Prescott College Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an alternative social and economic arrangement to conventional industrial food production. 

Sustainability-Focused Academic Programs

The College offers Sustainability Education in all of our undergraduate and graduates programs.

View the Sustainability Studies Guide

Sustainability in Higher Education