Universidad San Francisco de Quito

Quito, Pichincha, EC

Rating Score Valid Through Liaison Submitted Executive Letter
Reporter - expired Dec. 24, 2016 Maria Ayala Dec. 25, 2013 Download


Full-time Equivalent Enrollment 5,925
Number of Undergraduate Students 5,407
Number of Graduate Students 545
Full-time Equivalent Employees 650
Institution type Master
Institutional control Private non-profit
Endowment size 0
Percentage of students that are Residential 0.0
Percentage of students that are Full-time commuter 94.0
Percentage of students that are Part-time commuter 1.5
Percentage of students that are On-line only 5.5
Gross square feet of building space 529,735.09
Gross square feet of laboratory space 8,999.0
Acres of cultivated grounds Not Available
Acres of undeveloped land Not Available
Climate region Mixed-Dry

Campus Features

Feature Is Present? Is Included in Report
Agricultural School Yes No
Medical School Yes No
Pharmacy School No No
Public Health No No
Veterinary School Yes No
Satellite No No
Hospital No No
Farm No No
Agricultural experiment station No No
The university has grown at such a pace that space has been used as diligently as possible. In 2012 the university’s density was 88 square feet (27.12 square meters) per student. Conservation of water and ... read more
Credit Status
Building Operations and Maintenance Not Pursuing
Building Design and Construction Not Pursuing
Indoor Air Quality Not Pursuing
Credit Status
Building Energy Consumption Not Pursuing
Clean and Renewable Energy Not Pursuing
Timers for Temperature Control Not Pursuing
Lighting Sensors Not Pursuing
LED Lighting Not Pursuing
Vending Machine Sensors Not Applicable
Energy Management System Complete
Energy Metering Not Pursuing
Credit Status
Integrated Pest Management Not Applicable
Native Plants Not Pursuing
Wildlife Habitat Not Pursuing
Tree Campus USA Not Applicable
Snow and Ice Removal Not Applicable
Landscape Waste Composting Not Pursuing
Credit Status
Campus Fleet Not Pursuing
Student Commute Modal Split Complete
Employee Commute Modal Split Not Pursuing
Bicycle Sharing Not Pursuing
Facilities for Bicyclists Not Pursuing
Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Not Pursuing
Mass Transit Programs Not Pursuing
Condensed Work Week Not Pursuing
Telecommuting Not Pursuing
Carpool/Vanpool Matching Not Pursuing
Cash-out of Parking Not Pursuing
Carpool Discount Not Pursuing
Local Housing Not Pursuing
Prohibiting Idling Not Pursuing
Car Sharing Not Pursuing
Credit Status
Water Consumption Not Pursuing
Stormwater Management Not Pursuing
Waterless Urinals Not Pursuing
Building Water Metering Not Pursuing
Non-Potable Water Usage Not Pursuing
Xeriscaping Not Pursuing
Weather-Informed Irrigation Not Pursuing
Credit Status
Innovation 1 Not Pursuing
Innovation 2 Not Pursuing
Innovation 3 Not Pursuing
Innovation 4 Not Pursuing
Credit Status
New Student Orientation Not Pursuing
Food Education Not Pursuing
Food and Beverage Purchases Not Pursuing
Confinement-Free Food Purchases Not Pursuing
Vegetarian-Fed Food Purchases Not Pursuing
Hormone-Free Food Purchases Not Pursuing
Seafood Purchases Not Pursuing
Dishware Not Pursuing
Energy Initiatives Not Pursuing
Energy Use by Type Not Pursuing
Procurement Not Pursuing
Bike Sharing Not Pursuing
Water Initiatives Not Pursuing
Endowment Not Pursuing
Sustainability Staffing Not Pursuing

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