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The Sustainability Standing Committee will provide expertise and leadership to the college in developing and recommending sustainable practices, policies and procedures, and advise the President, in realizing the transformation of the college into an ecologically-sustainable institution that is a learning and teaching center for sustainable practices as measurably demonstrated by its facilities, operations, curriculum, activities and quality of campus life for students and employees.
Skagit Valley College exists to expand opportunities and horizons for students and to improve the communities in which they live. We achieve this by welcoming and valuing diverse learners, providing quality education and support, and contributing community leadership and service.
We will be the community's college, respected by our diverse population for open access, a welcoming climate, excellent teaching and support services, successful student learning, and for our contribution to economic development, cultural enrichment, environmental awareness, and social justice.
A focus on promoting sound and sustainable environmental stewardship through the curriculum, college and community activities, and institutional practices
The committee membership will consist of two voting members from all employee groups (full-time and adjunct faculty, administrators, classified staff, and exempt staff) and students (including the AS Student Rep. on Sustainability and Environmental Awareness), and welcomes other interested people as non-voting members.