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First Year Students

Campus Living

Moved in and ready to add a little green to your life? See the resources below to help you get started. Visit our programs and resources pages for more complete listings.

Green Room Certification Program
There are many steps you can take to make your residence hall room more sustainable. Learn about them and how you can get your residence hall room green-certified HERE.

Sustainability@IU 101 Guide
Learn the basics about sustainable choices and involvement opportunities at IU in this PDF guide.

Bicycle Initiatives
Bicycling is arguably the cheapest, healthiest, and most efficient way to get around in Bloomington. Learn more about bicycling on campus and in Bloomington HERE.

Energy Challenge
Each fall and spring, residence halls, academic buildings, greek houses, and some apartment complexes compete to reduce energy and water use. Visit our ENERGY CHALLNEGE SITE for more information.

Eco-Reps are part of the Residence Hall Association (RHA), the student government for the residence halls. Eco-Reps help implement campus-wide sustainability programs, such as the Energy Challenge, at a center-wide level; they also create their own environmentally-minded programs and events and serve as liaisons between residents and RHA, the IU Office of Sustainability, and center-level student governments. For more information or to get involved, contact a representative of your residence hall student government or visit the RHA website.