Overall Rating Gold - expired
Overall Score 71.18
Liaison Camille Kirk
Submission Date Sept. 13, 2013
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University of California, Davis
ER-T2-4: Themed Housing

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.25 / 0.25 Camille Kirk
Director of Sustainability and Campus Sustainability Planner
Office of Sustainability
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Does the institution have sustainability-themed housing (residential floor or hall, or theme house) where residents learn about sustainability together and to which residents must apply?:
Yes

A brief description of the themed housing, including name(s) and descriptions of theme(s):

Environmental, Agricultural and Sustainability Education Academic Theme Program - The Environmental and Agricultural Sustainability Education Living- Learning Community is open to all students interested in local, regional, and global issues relating to the environment and agriculture. Students from all majors can benefit from examining these issues by participating in informal discussions through this program. Students have the opportunity to attend a variety of programs, activities and events that will explore issues related to the environment, agriculture and sustainability, which may include discussions, faculty panels, and career explorations. There are about 70-80 students in EASE.

The Tri-Cooperatives are one community, comprised of three craftsman-style houses on campus that place emphasis on low-impact living. The Tri-Coops give students the opportunity to experience communal living, gardening, and consensus based decision making. The Tri-Coop community as a whole emphasizes community, cooperation, and responsibility. There are a maximum of 36 residents living in the Tri-Cooperatives.

Further information can be found at:
http://housing.ucdavis.edu/housing/tri_cooperatives.asp


The website URL where information about the themed housing is available:
The total number of residents in themed housing. :
116

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