September 4 – 9, 2023
Green Week empowers the Trojan community to engage in sustainability-focused behaviors and activities.
Want to learn how to live more sustainably, or check out USC’s progress in achieving our sustainability goals? Green Week offers plenty of opportunities to make connections, attend events, and learn more about advancing sustainability on our campuses.
Green Week is just one of the many initiatives that support Assignment: Earth, USC’s sustainability framework for creating a healthy, just and thriving campus and world.
The Office of Sustainability has a week full of events planned for Trojans to celebrate and learn more about sustainability on campus.
The grand opening of the Sustainability Hub will create a multi-purpose space for students interested in sustainable solutions.
GREEN WEEK: Early career researchers are ready to tackle challenging environmental problems through interdisciplinary work.
Join a Student Organization
There is a growing list of sustainability-oriented student organizations for you to join at USC. Explore a myriad of topics and meet like-minded individuals!
Get a Discount
Little changes can make a big impact. Sign our digital pledge to make sustainable changes to your daily routine and get 10% off a reusable water bottle from the USC Bookstore.
Join the USC Sustainability Slack Workspace
Find Your Community and Apply for Funding
EH Matters 2-Year Undergraduate Research Internship Program: EH MATTERS offers USC undergraduate students from under-represented groups a paid, two-year, three-semester per year internship (Summer/Fall/Spring) to build capacity of diverse students to engage in environmental health sciences and community health disparities research. Rising sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply.
USC Arts and Climate Collective: Join a community of students who are passionate about using the arts, media, and culture to address environmental justice and climate change.
Postdoctoral Fellowships for Sustainability Solutions: The program aims to accelerate sustainability research; train future leaders in academia, government and non-governmental organizations, and industry; and support discovery, evaluation, and implementation of innovative solutions to sustainability problems.
Learn about Assignment: Earth as explained by USC Chief Sustainability Officer Mick Dalrymple on the USC Eco Alarm Podcast
View Highlights from USC’s Sustainability Literacy and Culture Survey
Completed by USC students, postdocs, faculty, and staff, the survey assessed knowledge of and participation in a culture of sustainability within the university. See the results.