Awareness Program (ResRAP)
"Our goal is to involve residents in creating
and upholding sustainable living on campus."
ResRAP strives to make small, everyday changes
that will ultimately have a collective, noticeable
impact on campus and the greater Bellingham
community as a whole.
- NW Colleges Showcase Innovations In Campus Sustainability
- Pilot project provides students with sustainable, energy-efficient room
- Western wins award from PSE for Best Outreach Campaign
- Go For The Green Celebration
Live music, prizes and the Go For The Green winner announcement! April 15th, MPR, 3pm-5pm
- Sustainability conference a success at WWU
More than 500 attendees from 38 state institutions visited the WWU for the event.
- Residence halls unite to certify students in sustainable living
- Week of events educates campus on green living
"Waste Week" focused on the waste-reduction aspect of environmental sustainability.
- Waste Week 2014
Check out what happened!
- Go For The Green
The 2013-2014 Go for the Green Challenge has begun! Become the greenest dorm on campus.
- Washington State Recycling Association Newsletter
WSRA recently took notice of Waste Week in their Winter newsletter.
- Students learn to live green on- and off-campus
ResRAP constructed a mock dorm room in Red Square during Sustainability Week.
- Nash hall crowned the
winner of the 2012-2013
Go for the Green
- Green Residence Certification
We took on a SAF Small Grant Project to initiate our long anticipated Green Residence Certification pilot.
- June 2013 Newsletter
Most recent ResRAP Newsletter featuring information about the Green Residence Certification Results.
- Mathes Waste Audit!
Mathes Eco Reps conducted a waste audit at the end of the Fall 2012 quarter.
- Eco Reps Receive Credit
During Fall, Winter, and Spring quarter Eco Reps will now have to option to sign up to earn class credit! Each quarter, Eco Reps will earn one credit, which will be based on a S/U grading scale.
- Fairhaven Composting!
The 2012 Fairhaven Eco Reps applied for composting through the Community Improvement Fund. There are now compost bins located in every dorm throughout the Fairhaven complex.