After almost a year of planning, the Mason Cups Up program launched in February, enabling students to fill specially-designed “Cups Up” reusable cups with cold drinks at a discounted price at the Johnson Center food court.
Three hundred universities were surveyed for their achievements in seven sustainability categories, as well as for overall affordability for students. Mason was cited for encouraging students to “go green” by offering tuition-related support, research funding, service-learning opportunities and internships to Sustainability Studies students.
Cornerstones is a program of New Century College and offers a unique way to fulfill your core academic requirements. In this program, you’ll experience an environment that supports you through the transition to college and encourages you to play an active role in your education.
Environmental and sustainability studies major Raquel Friedmann is the recipient of the 2014 Peter and Marjorie Storm Sustainability Scholarship, which each year recognizes a student excelling in one of George Mason’s more than 70 Green Leaf academic programs.