Sandy: Climate Change?

(Reposted from Ursinus Grizzly)
Aside from 20 uprooted trees and some damaged roofs, campus was left relatively unscathed by Sandy. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a tropical storm that hit the Northeast coast of the United States last weekend, the discussion of climate change has reemerged to the forefront among concerned Americans. Read More»


Students Plant Small Trees for Large Impact

Planting small trees in an open landscape can have a big impact on a local watershed.  Ursinus students saw that they can make a difference by planting in nearby Lower Frederick Township’s Cuddy Park. Read More»


Sustainable Move-In 2012 a Huge Success!

Sustainable Move-In

This year’s Sustainable Move-In effort during first year and upper-class Move-In focused on cardboard. This effort was sponsored by the Office of Sustainability and organized by our Facilities Services Department. It was spearheaded by UCGreen Fellow Carrie Putscher. Read More»


Ursinus is a Princeton Review Green College

Green Colleges

Ursinus College is one of Princeton Review’s “Guide to 322 Green Colleges.” The Princeton Review, in collaboration with the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), profiles the most environmentally responsible colleges in its third annual edition which is available each year in conjunction with Earth Day, April 22. Read More»