The Green Office Certification Program assists faculty and staff assess their current office practices and make simple steps toward becoming more sustainable. Interested offices set goals and implement green practices in areas including; energy conservation, waste reduction, recycling, transportation, IT, and purchasing. By completing sustainability objectives provided on the certification checklist, offices will contribute to the mission of FSU Sustainable Campus, promoting resource conservation while benefiting via cost savings.
"Our future and the future of our children depend on employing sustainable practices in all areas of life, both at home and on the job..." The FSU Museum of Fine Arts Office, Green Office Gold-certified.
Become a Green Office
To participate in the Green Office Certification Program interested offices appoint a Green Office Liaison who will communicate with Jamie Valentine in the FSU Sustainable Campus office to develop a timeline and action plan that aligns the certification checklist with office practices.
Upon completion of the Green Office checklist, offices will be awarded one of three designations. Green Office Certification lasts two years, providing each office the opportunity to rededicate and increase their certification status.
Green: 20-29 points | Garnet: 30- 49 points | Gold: 50 – 65 points
Interested in becoming a Green Office? Contact Jamie Valentine, Sustainable Campus Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-645-7818.
Certified Green Offices
|FSU Museum of Fine Arts||Gold|
|Dean of Students||Gold|
|Oglesby Union Operations||Gold|
|Ringling Museum of Art||Garnet|
|University Health Services||Garnet|
|Dirac Science Library||Garnet|
|Oglesby Union Administration||Garnet|
|Askew Student Life Center||Garnet|
|Center for Leadership and Social Change||Garnet|
|Center for Global Engagement||Green|
|Scholars Commons in Strozier Library||Green|