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 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. They strive to pave the way for sustainable living while constantly challenging and educating themselves in an ever-evolving world.
For the Spring 2023 semester, Green Love is holding meetings from 11am-12pm on Wednesdays at Park Boulevard in the student union.
Greeks Gone Green has been a registered student organization on campus for years, and in 2023 it is back on campus! GGG works to promote sustainability within greek life, through events, advocating, and getting like-minded people together. GGG meets bi-weekly via zoom to discuss upcoming events and opportunities. They are always looking for new members, whether you know lots or none about sustainability and conservation. Currently they are recruiting chapter representatives to share their chapters efforts to stay sustainable.
They meet bi-weekly via zoom to discuss events and ideas for the week. Zoom link is sent in gropume.
Email: [email protected]
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GreenFest, presented by SDSU's Associated Students, 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.
Board meetings are held fall semester. In the spring semester, anyone can join as a general committee member.
Epsilon Eta is the first environmental fraternity on campus at 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 flora and fauna.
The Marine Ecology & Biology Student Association (MEBSA) is the San Diego State University student-led organization centered around all things marine science. We strive to foster a cohesive & supportive community among students with an interest in marine ecology and biology, communicate marine science issues to the public through education & outreach, and work towards improving the overall academic environment at the Coastal & Marine Institute Laboratory (CMIL).
MESBA meetings occur every other Monday at 3pm in Life Sciences North Room 101.
Zoology club is dedicated to exploring the natural world of San Diego and all it has to offer! Club events include guest speakers, hiking, birding, tide pooling, and museum trips! Undergraduate and graduate students of all majors are welcome!
Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 6pm in Life Sciences South 269.
The Geography Club
The Geography Club at SDSU works to raise geography awareness and appreciation through various types of on and off-campus activities. We welcome all students interested in geographic exploration and knowledge. Our activities include field trips and socials, guest speakers, career development, volunteering, and community research.
No set day for meetings, but there is an event calendar on their website.