In September 2018, SeattleU's Board of Trustees voted to divest SU's endowment from fossil fuels by 2023. SU is the first university in Washington state and the first Jesuit school in the nation to commit to fully divest from fossil fuels. Read more here.
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CEJS promotes Seattle University's environmental programs, climate action, and campus sustainability performance. READ MORE ABOUT SUSTAINABILITY STEWARDSHIP HERE.
CEJS works to advance sustainability in Academic Affairs by supporting interdisciplinary scholarship, teaching, and learning in environmental justice and sustainability. READ MORE ABOUT ACADEMICS HERE.
CEJS sponsors and develops co-curricular programs, events, and resources to encourage environmental justice and sustainability action, engage with community partners, and advance public policy. READ MORE ABOUT CAMPUS ENGAGEMENT HERE.
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For the 2nd year in a row, SeattleU is part of the "Top 20 Coolest Schools" as ranked by the Sierra magazine.
SU was ranked #2 nationally for its sustainability curriculum in AASHE’s 2019 Sustainable Campus Index
SU will become the first university in Washington state and the first Jesuit school in the nation to divest its endowment from fossil fuels over the next five years.
The Carbon Pricing Initiative calls on leaders in higher education to demonstrate support for a policy that has the power to avert catastrophic global warming: a price on carbon