Take Action

Explore tailored resources for USC students, faculty and staff, or use the links below for actions that all Trojans can take to build a more sustainable society.

Looking for more ways to get involved? Find sustainability efforts like Events, Research Studies, Scholarships, Student Organizations and more in USC’s Green Directory.

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Complete an Online Sustainability Training

Explore how USC is achieving its sustainability goals on campus and in our community, and how YOU can help by completing the Student Sustainability Training or Employee Sustainability Training!

The USC Sustainability Hub

Visit the USC Sustainability Hub

The Hub is a multi-use gathering space for the USC community to collaborate around sustainability challenges.

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Get the Supdate

Join a curated forum of sustainability events, opportunities, and information posted by and for USC’s Green community on a regularly updated Slack space.

USC Sustainability Map

Map it

Locate water bottle refill stations, electric chargers, bike racks, and other environmental services and green points of interest on the campuses.

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Try healthy and delicious meals — look out for the EatWell logo on campus dining menus, ordering kiosks, and the campus dining app.

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U.S. Green Building Council Membership

Access your USC USGBC membership benefits! Benefits include access to exclusive green building events, education hours in USGBC’s course catalog, volunteer opportunities, and discounts on LEED publications, GBCI credentials, and more.

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Shop Local

Visit Trojans Shop Local to find community retailers in and around the campuses that support our sustainability mission.

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Buy Green

Use the Sustainable Purchasing Guide for information on how to make environment-friendly purchasing decisions at USC.