|Liaison||Mary Ellen Mallia|
|Submission Date||Jan. 15, 2016|
There are multiple ways in which sustainability is highlighted in new student orientation. The primary way it is highlighted is during Summer Orientation, when all students receive a packet which includes a guide to sustainability on campus. The Office of Environmental Sustainability has a table during the informational section of orientation that provides information about sustainable practices on campus and also about student involvement in sustainability and programs targeted towards students. The Orientation Assistants receive a briefing on sustainability practices and initiatives which they can communicate to new students. Also, when new residents move in, they are provided with either a reusable canvas bag, water bottle, coffee mug or other sustainable item from our University Auxiliary Services as a welcoming gift. CFL light bulbs are also available to all students through the Office of Environmental Sustainability's move in program. The Office of Environmental Sustainability also attends a transfer student and graduate student orientation at the beginning of each semester. These students are also provided with essential guides to sustainable practices, programs and student involvement on campus.