The IUPUI Sustainability House is a residential learning community for students of various class years and majors interested in environmental and social action, education, and advocacy. Residents of Sustainability House will live in an environment that fosters social responsibility within and outside of housing and the University through developing and implementing meaningful initiatives for students to participate in.
The Sustainability House will:
- Provide activities that enhance knowledge and understanding of social and environmental topics
- Provide research learning experiences
- Facilitate mentoring and networking
- Give a platform for students to work as a team, including deciding on topics to cover each year and ways to facilitate change
- Provide students with an opportunity to engage in related service projects, as well as social and academic programming
The House is set up for 22 residents in 11 rooms. Each room includes two private bedrooms and two private bathrooms. To be eligible for the Sustainability House students must:
- Apply for IUPUI Housing by May 1st through the Office of Housing and Residence Life. Applications are available online.
- On the IUPUI Housing application, in the Residential Based Learning Communities section, select "Sustainability House."
- Submit the completed IUPUI Housing application to the Housing Office. The Housing Office will send the names of those interested in the Sustainability House to the Office of Sustainability. Once the Office of Sustainability receives these names, a Sustainability Commitment will be sent to each interested person.
- Complete Sustainability Commitments and submit to the Office of Sustainability by May 23rd. Sustainability Commitments should be sent to:
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
801 West Michigan Street, BS 3025
Indianapolis, IN 46202