Sustainability Starts With SU!

A sustainable, vibrant and just planet begins on campus by minimizing the environmental impacts of our operations and cultivating a resilient community through our curricular and co-curricular experiences.

Sustainability isn’t a buzz word or catch phrase here — it is our responsibility. From a solar array that provides 30% of the electricity consumed on campus to student-first learning opportunities like our Beekeeping Club, our commitment to sustainability is strong.

Students can not only work on sustainability projects but can propose their own and get funding through our Green Fund. 

View live data of production from our solar array.


Solar arrays and EV chargers are just the start!

Green Buildings

A commitment to LEED standards. 


Keeping the landfills less full.


It’s awesome to Bee here!


Sustainability, security and justice.

External Recognition

Award-winning sustainability practices

Peer Educators

Sustainability Project Leaders at SU

Behind the Scenes

Efforts to Reduce Our Environment Footprint

EV charging stations 

Charge your electric vehicle conveniently at Susquehanna University with access to four public EV chargers. Located in the parking lot next to the Admission House, these chargers exemplify Susquehanna’s comprehensive commitment to sustainability and clean energy practices.

To charge, simply enter in the Charger ID found on the front of a SWTCH EV charger into the app and click START CHARGING.


Year in Review: Our favorite things from 2023

A historic, record-breaking capital campaign, compelling faculty-student research, a world-renowned musician and much more — it’s been another memory-making year at Susquehanna University. Here are some of our favorite stories from 2023.

Susquehanna installs electric vehicle chargers

In another step forward in Susquehanna’s journey toward a sustainable future, the university has installed four publicly accessible electric vehicle chargers on campus. Installation of the Level 2 EV chargers was supported by funding from Susquehanna’s Student Government Association, with partial reimbursement from the state Department of Environmental Protection’s Driving PA Forward program.

Susquehanna to host Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Susquehanna University will host the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Sunday, Oct. 8, in the Degenstein Center Theater in the Charles B. Degenstein Campus Center. The event will include multiple film screenings followed by a panel discussion and an art exhibition.

Susquehanna named among nation’s best by The Princeton Review

Susquehanna University is recognized by The Princeton Review’s The Best 389 Colleges for 2024 as one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduates. The Princeton Review also named Susquehanna as one of the Best Mid-Atlantic Schools and one of the nation’s Best Green Colleges.

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Greg Severyn
Director of Sustainability
Associate Professor of Spanish Studies