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Student Groups

There are several student organizations on campus that address sustainability issues. A few of these organizations are below. If your organization has a focus on sustainability, please email [email protected] with information about your group.


Green Love Logo
Green Love acts as a voice of the student body regarding campus wide sustainability through promoting and creating sustainable events, educating others on the importance of a more sustainable future, and advocating for sustainable action locally and globally through leading by example. They strive to pave the way for sustainable living while constantly challenging and educating themselves in an ever-evolving world.
Enviro Business Society

The Enviro-Business Society is a non-profit environmental advocacy organization at San Diego State University. They strive to empower students to make a positive environmental impact on campus, in the community, in the business world, and everyday life through the principles of ecology, ethics, and economics (the 3 e's).

They accept all majors to create a beneficial way to enact real change through special projects and event. This currently includes running a weekly farmers' market on campus, regulating the bike line, holding weekly meetings with various local speakers, and planning the annual Earth Day celebration!

Green Fest Logo
GreenFest, presented by SDSU's Associated Students and SDSU's Enviro-Business Society, is a series of events and initiatives, which encourage, celebrate, and advocate for sustainability, SDSU Pride, and diversity. The purpose of GreenFest is to engage the campus community through social and interactive programs in an effort to educate them on the importance of living a sustainable lifestyle and to promote sustainable practices.
Epsilon Eta Logo
Epsilon Eta is the first environmental fraternity on campus as SDSU. Their fraternity is represented on campuses across the nation, starting at UNC Chapel Hill in 2006. Being in San Diego, their chapter focuses on the importance of biodiversity and they have connections with non-profits that work on preserving local open space.tent here


Engineers W/O Borders logo
Engineers without Borders supports community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders.


AEP logo
The San Diego Chapter of The Association of Environmental Professionals is committed to supporting students preparing for careers in the environmental field. The Student Chapter offers student-specific programs, awards annual scholarships, encourages internship placement, and hosts networking events for local undergraduate and graduate students. The goal of the Student Chapter is to create and provide a better network between students and the environmental professional community.