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Eco Reps

Students in Eco Reps design, implement, and advocate for sustainable initiatives in the UMD Residence Halls and Apartments. If you're passionate about sustainability, are interested in being more sustainable, or just looking for a way to get involved at UMD along with other committed students, please fill out this short interest form to get the process started

Contact Jonna at [email protected] or Sarah at [email protected] for more information or assistance.

Lake Superior Students for Sustainable Farming

Support sustainable agriculture, the UMD Land Lab, and student farmers through this new student group! Check them out on Bulldog Link.


MPIRG is a non-profit, non-partisan, student funded, student led, statewide, grassroots advocacy organization that is focused on improving the community, as well as focusing on state, national, and global issues. We organize on Issues such as the Environment, Youth Voter Engagement, and Affordable Higher Education.

Student Sustainability Coalition (SSC)

SSC is a student group interested in promoting sustainability in the University and its community. We aim to do this by holding events to educate the people on what sustainability is, how it can be achieved, and why it is so important. We also help facilitate student-led projects to improve sustainability efforts on campus.

SUN Delegation

The UMD SUN Delegation seeks to expand solar at UMD, whether through installations, subscriptions, or solar purchases. Students from ANY major can be SUN Delegates. Their progress on solar development includes educational opportunities, raising funds, applying for technical assistance, and planning and executing projects including a 40 kW solar photovoltaic system on top of the Oakland (Aspen) Apartment building.  SUN Delegates have also raised awareness and support for solar and gathered resources and tools to evaluate and prioritize future solar sites for campus.


Current SUN Delegates (2021 -2022)

  • Riya Milan (Mechanical Engineering)
  • Katie Hauer (Environmental Science and Interdisciplinary Studies)