|Submission Date||April 3, 2017|
|1.59 / 2.00||
|Yes or No|
|Entering graduate students||No|
Every orientation session, 4-6 representatives from the Office of Sustainability and UT Recycling host a table at information sessions to engage new students in sustainability, showcasing projects, initiatives and ways the students can get involved. Overall, the orientation program has been made more sustainable by banning hand outs (stated in the Student Engagement Showcase information sheet they provide all participants). Additionally, all lunches are zero waste, with representatives from the Office of Sustainability and Recycling Office present to explain what can be composted or recycled and why reducing UT's waste is important.
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