|Overall Rating||Silver - expired|
|Submission Date||June 20, 2013|
Sewanee - The University of the South
OP-15: Student Commute Modal Split
|3.79 / 4.00||
Director of Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability
Office of Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability
The percentage (0-100) of institution's students who use more sustainable commuting options:
The percentage (0-100) of institution’s students who commute with only the driver in the vehicle (excluding motorcycles and scooters) as their primary method of transportation:
The percentage (0-100) of institution’s students who walk, bicycle, or use other non-motorized means as their primary method of transportation. Please note that this may include on-campus residents :
The percentage (0-100) of institution’s students who vanpool or carpool as their primary method of transportation:
The percentage (0-100) of institution’s students who take a campus shuttle or public transportation as their primary method of transportation :
The percentage (0-100) of institution’s students who use a motorcycle, scooter or moped as their primary method of transportation:
The website URL where information about alternative transportation is available:
Undergrad commuting was calculated by: finding out the total number of off campus houses that are granted on-campus parking passes because they either lived off-campus or were part-time students.
1445 students live on campus
33 students live off-campus or are part-time students.
Graduate commuting was calculated by conducting a survey of the School of Theology. 12.66% of the SOT completed the survey. It was calculated that 40% commute sustainably and 60% drive. We thus applied this calculation to the total number of 79 students, finding that:
31 commute sustainably
With a total of 1,557 students for Fall 2012, it was found that 1,476 commute sustainably while 81 drive. Thus, 94.8% of students commute sustainably.
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