University of Miami was selected in the new 2015 edition of The Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges
“The Princeton Review's Guide to 353 Green Colleges: 2015 Edition” profiles colleges with the most exceptional commitments to sustainability based on their academic offerings and career preparation for students, campus policies, initiatives, and activities. The profiles in the guide give college applicants information about each school's admission requirements, cost and financial aid, as well as student body facts and stats.
The free 218-page guide is downloadable at www.princetonreview.com/green-guide
. There users can also peruse detailed “Green Facts” write-ups on the schools. The write-ups report on everything from the school's use of renewable energy, recycling and conservation programs to the availability of environmental studies and career guidance for green jobs.
The Coral Gables campus was awarded the Tree Campus USA
award in 2014 by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Gables One Tower is now an Energy Star
certified building. Learn more about Energy Star Buildings here
All new buildings built on UM campuses are LEED Silver certified.
For a complete list of buildings certified or in the process of certification, click Here
University of Miami named "Green Campus"
in 2013 by the Princeton Review
UM Residential Community Honored with Dream Green Reality Award
UM’s ‘One Water’ to Make Cable-TV Premiere on Planet Green Channel
College of Engineering Receives Grant for Self-Sustaining Water System