Millersville University (MU) was once again named one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review.
The Princeton Review, an education services company, selected four-year colleges for the 2017 Guide to 375 Green Colleges based on their commitment to the environment and sustainability. MU received an 86 out of 99 on the company’s Green Rating assessment.
“We’re honored to be included among the 375 Green Colleges recognized by the Princeton Review,” said Millersville’s Sustainability Manager, Chris Steuer. “Each day I have the pleasure of working with faculty, staff and students who are deeply committed to making Millersville an ever more sustainable university. It’s wonderful to see their efforts recognized in this way.”
Millersville University has consistently been featured in the Green College guide, which highlights the school’s commitment to sustainability in academic offerings, campus infrastructure, activities and career preparation. The 7th annual edition of the guide includes 362 schools from the United States, 12 from Canada and one from Egypt.
The free Guide to 375 Green Colleges can be downloaded at www.princetonreview.com/green-guide.