|Rating||Score||Liaison||Submission Date||Executive Letter|
|Expired||Expired||Brittney Hernandez-Stevenson||May 8, 2015||Download|
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Madisonville is currently has Advanced Integrated Technology programs that focus on sustainability. We are working to continue the advancement and expansion on these programs. A few ways Madisonville integrates sustainability into curriculum include, but not limited to, green career pathways, sustainable workforce development, sustainability-related academic courses and programs, and incorporation of sustainability principles into existing curricula.<< show less
|Learning Outcomes||Not Pursuing|
|Graduate Program||Not Applicable|
|Immersive Experience||Not Applicable|
|Sustainability Literacy Assessment||Complete|
|Incentives for Developing Courses||Complete|
|Campus as a Living Laboratory||Complete|
Madisonville provides our students with sustainability learning experiences outside the formal curriculum. We provide co-curricular activities, such as outreach campaigns, sustainability-related events, and student groups. By integrating sustainability into New Student Orientation, our students are able to apply their understandings of sustainability principles.<< show less
|Student Educators Program||Not Pursuing|
|Outreach Materials and Publications||Complete|
|Employee Educators Program||Not Pursuing|
|Staff Professional Development||Complete|
Madisonville Community College works to publicly engage the campus and community in sustainability initiatives. It is the goal of Madisonville to be leaders in the community for sustainability related efforts.
|Community Stakeholder Engagement||Not Pursuing|
|Participation in Public Policy||Not Pursuing|
|Hospital Network||Not Applicable|
Madisonville continues to adopt policies and practices to conserve energy and use renewable resources reducing the college’s energy consumption. Energy consumption is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, which cause global warming.
|Building Energy Consumption||Complete|
|Clean and Renewable Energy||Complete|
Madisonville Community College is committed to not only protecting, but also improving the environment by supporting sustainable practices. The college diverts waste from going to landfills by recycling. Madisonville not only recycles commonly used items (mixed paper, cardboard, plastic, glass, and other metals), but a college-wide effort also exists to recycling old printer cartridges, batteries, electronics, and hazardous materials.<< show less
|Construction and Demolition Waste Diversion||Complete|
|Hazardous Waste Management||Complete|
Madisonville Community College supports the health and wellbeing of all employees. Madisonville works to provide various activities to promote healthier lifestyles and has also adopted a sustainable wage policy.
|Assessing Employee Satisfaction||Complete|
|Workplace Health and Safety||Complete|
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The information presented here is self-reported. While AASHE staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.