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My Town: The Princeton Review names the nation's greenest colleges
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My Town: The Princeton Review names the nation's greenest colleges

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.--- While many people are participating in eco-friendly activities this Earth Day,  seven Michigan colleges and universities are doing their part to help the environment on a more regular basis.

Grand Valley State University has made the cut as one of The Princeton Review’s Green Colleges.   This is the fifth consecutive year GVSU has made the list.  Nationwide, 332 schools were deemed Green Colleges, including:

  • Aquinas College
  • Central Michigan University
  • Grand Valley State University
  • Lawrence Tech
  • Michigan State University
  • University of Michigan- Ann Arbor
  • Western Michigan University

The schools that made this year’s list are committed to sustainability in academics, campus infrastructure, activities and career preparation.  Schools that made the cut build LEED certified facilities, foster environmental programs, use renewable energy and make recycling and conservation a priority. To see the entire list, visit The Princeton Review’s website.

Environment, Schools