UNT Health Science Center is committed to creating solutions for a healthier community. The Office of Sustainability within Facilities Management supports that mission by encouraging our campus to adopt behaviors that are better for the health of our community and environment. Our purpose is to partner with various departments and persons on campus and in the community to implement sustainable practices on campus.
For over a decade, the campus has been implementing strategies to be good stewards of our resources. These initiatives include reducing energy usage, conserving water, and recycling to name a few. Learn what our campus is doing to be sustainable and get involved in the efforts!
- 2017 Annual Transit Passes (E-Passes) are now on sale at 80% off now through October 31st!
- We are starting a new program called Lab Efficiency Action Program (LEAP) for labs to get rewarded for practicing safe, efficient and sustainable behaviors in the lab. See the brochure here, and contact us if you’d like more information.Annual transit passes are now on sale at over 80% off for a limited time. Click here to learn more and contact us if you’d like to purchase one.
- Welcome new students! See your Guide to Sustainability here!
- Sustainability Pledge pick-up times for your FREE water bottle!
- Students qualify for reduced fare pricing for public transit which can be up to 75% off the normal price. Contact us to get all the details.
- Learn how to ride the buses here in Fort Worth by coming to Transit 101! We’ll ride to lunch together, then ride back to campus (all in about an hour). We’ll cover your bus fare if you cover your lunch. Two dates are scheduled in October. Learn more and RSVP.
- Food Day 2016: Lunch & Learn – Come celebrate Food Day (a day aimed at bringing attention to our diets and food system) by coming to the Lunch & Learn on Thursday, October 27th at noon in CBH 240. FREE water bottle and door prizes. Get the details here.
- The next Garden Work Day is on Saturday, October 22nd. We’ll be mulching the paths, pulling weeks, etc. Contact us to volunteer!
This page was last modified on October 5, 2016